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Álbum Desconhecido

Soul and electronica are what you can expect from this new record...an odd mix, I know. Or maybe it isn't. Who knows? But I tell you who will know. You. If you get this record. Álbum Desconhecido is the new album from P.Adrix and it should be something pretty cool to listen to if you're in the mood for some odd dance music. Available on vinyl LP and is limited to 500 copies. 
  • Vinyl LP (P022)
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  • Last copy
  • Label(s):
  • Principe

RS Produções
Bagdad Style

Portugal's seemingly infinite well of talent keeps emerging via the always on point Príncipe label. RS Produções are a crew of youngsters currently bringing plenty of fire to the dance. 'Bagdad Style' was produced by posse core members DJ Narciso and Nuno Beats and brings eight cuts of stripped back, percussive grooves via Batida, electro/house and Kuduro mutations, that'll ignite a dancefloor and have plenty of booty's shakin'. Consistent heat from the label that brought us DJ Marfox, Niagara, DJ Lycox, Nídia Minaj, DJ Lilocox, P. Adrix etc.
  • Vinyl LP (P025)
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After several years of impressive singles and EPs Niagara finally drop an LP via Principe (DJ Marfox, DJ Lilocox). On Apologia the trio deliver a record that’s a tad more abstract than the label’s standard Batida/house fare. Indeed, the sound that the group themselves characterise as ‘fourth world plus’ is akin to a mix of Hieroglyphic Being, Mo Kolours and Shabazz Palaces. The lights-low feel of the production gives Apologia a pleasing dusky glow.
  • Label(s):
  • Principe

DJ Lilocox
Paz & Amor

Principe (DJ Marfox, DJ Nigga Fox) return with their deepest release yet. DJ Lilocox has patiently waited his turn to drop on the Lisbon imprint, and he seizes the moment with this impressive five-track EP. Of course the core genre of Paz & Amor is the label’s signature Batida style, but there is also a stronger influence from the worlds of deep and Balearic house here than we have previously heard.

Nidia Minaj
Nidia E Ma, Nidia E Fudida

Nidia Minaj is the nineteen year old Portuguese producer who cares infinitely more about making the dancefloor move than she does about copyright law. Nidia E Ma, Nidia E Fudida showcases her addictive and creative production style over a whole LP’s worth of quick-fire tracks: her rhythms are so strong, she can even afford to throw distorted scramble in there sometimes too. LP on Principe.
  • Vinyl LP (LPPR021)
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  • Last copy

K30 / DJ NinOo / Puto Anderson
Firma Do Txiga

The Lisbon based label Príncipe specialises on their city’s homegrown talent. Here they have basically found a whole crew, and have released three of the producers in one set of three 7”s, each taking a disc. Each have very different styles, but each have incredible groove - from the more abstracted DJ K30, to warm padded sound of DJ NinOo and the gritty bass heavy pounds of Puto Anderson.
  • Vinyl 7" box set (SIPR019)
  • Limited edition

DJ Lycox
Sonhos & Pesadelos

The opening to the leading track from this full length 'Solteiro' sounds almost like This Mortal Coil, but the comparison ends pretty much there, as percussive lead 4/4 beats come in, lifted by multisampled vocal cries and smooth bass hits. Deep and lovely stuff from DJ Lycox, a lush meeting of worlds.

Blacksea Nao Maya
Calor No Frio

Blacksea Nao Maya brings together DJ Kolt, DJ Perigoso, DJ Noronha (and, for one track, DJ Joker) in various combinations, consistently providing furiously rolling batida, funaná and kuduro tracks. I found Calor No Frio’s rhythms irresistible, forcing joyous bodily movement, while the melodies and ambient sounds (surprise accordion!) locked in the mind. On Principal Discos.

Normal Nada
Transmutacao Cerebra

Hard-hitting metakuredo music from famed Lisbonian Normal Nada, who you also might know as Erre Mente or Qraqmaxter CiclOFF (that last one really rolls of the keys…). The 7 tracks that make up Transmutaceo Cerebra roll fast and frantic, but with a joyous good vibe. Released as an LP on the Principie Discos label.
  • Vinyl LP (LPPR013)

DJ Firmeza
Alma Do Meu Pai

DJ Firmeza delivers a spanking workout of elastic rhythms and afro elegance with Alma Do Meu Pai. A perfect encapsulation of the joyously original sounds emanating from present-day Lisbon, it’s a cacophony of tribal exuberance and dancefloor-friendly jams. Out on vinyl 12” from Principie.

Tia Maria Producoes
Ta Tipo Ja Nao Vamos Morrer

This collaboration features a team brought together by Puto Márcio (20, ex-DJs Di Puro Ritmo) in 2012. The group includes DJ B.Boy, DJ Télio and DJ Lycox, a group of geographically distant DJs and producers. The record is varied in sound due to its myriad collaborators: "7 Maravilhas" is more straightforward dance music, where "O Tempo Da Vida" experiments with ambience and "Hino Da Noite" with reptitious grooves.    Tracks DJ TÉLIO - 7 Maravilhas (Damas Da Cor Do Pecado) DJ LYCOX - O Tempo Da Vida DJ B.BOY ­ Moh Cota DJ LYCOX - Underground DJ B.BOY & PUTO MÁRCIO - Hino Da Noite PUTO MÁRCIO - Tia Maria Da Vida

DJ Marfox
Eu Sei Quem Sou EP

  African-influenced Electronica made in Lisbon, Portugal. Marlon Silva aka DJ Marfox has been gaining prominence in Lisbon's 'ghetto' dancefloors for the past 10 years. This unsettling and rousing vinyl 12" is out on Principe.  Tracks: A1. Eu Sei Quem SouA2. Bit Binary B1. MitologiaB2. Pensamentos