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The Fam Grows Bigger: Meet ACENTOH

A talented artist and friend of the fam, Acentoh has been doing his thing behind the mic for a while now.

Check out this new cut, produced by our very own Maeloo, as a teaser of things to come.

Keep your eyes peeled.

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This is Where the Magic Happens

Bacayne’s debut release with Stereoptico, Azure Magic is finally here.

This is the product of the last few decades of music flying through the airwaves, mixing together and landing in the list of influences of a producer that has as much talent as value for his own self expression. With a background in rock, a penchant for downtempo, both nostalgia and enthusiasm for hiphop and an unrelenting gameness for experimentation, Bacayne makes records that sound totally new but make you feel familiar at the same time.

A proud Dominican native, Bacayne is a great example of the cultural melding pot that is the island, sitting halfway between North and South America and with a great history of just getting it done and not taking no for an answer. If his debut album is any indicator, we have a lot to be excited about in the future.

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If you want to cry or boogie, Bacayne’s got you

A long time coming, Bacayne’s first release on Stereoptico is about to drop. Some people just can’t contain themselves.

Deep vibes. Big beats. A lot of emotions.┬áCheck back here in a few days for the full drop, but for now enjoy a free download of the single ‘Crying‘ from the upcoming Azure Magic EP from Bacayne, out in October.

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More Taino Than Ever

WTA

No signs of stopping or slowing down. Whitest Taino Alive‘s self-titled EP is here. Our boys at Remezcla and Noisey have already shown much love, and all that’s left to say is… well, what else can we add? Cop it while you can, already on iTunes, Spotify and your favorite online music retailers.

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The Taino Gets Reinterpreted – DJLC Remixed

The boys have certainly stirred up the situation in the last few months. It only made sense to shine a light on how other talented producers can interpret the hustle. A Latin American beatmaking all-star collation, Donde Jugaran Los Cueros? Remixes features 7 tracks from producers hailing from the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Costa Rica and Chile, covering grooves from modern funk to mambo, trap to deep tech.

Ahead of Taino’s next EP, coming out soon, take a minute to appreciate how the friends of the fam put their touch on choperia fina.

01. Burlao (Freaky Philip Remix)
02. Cloudy Quisqueya (Sociedad Airport Remix)
03. Mi Bandera (Babyfunk Remix)
04. La Resaca (Raido Remix)
05. Hookiao (Dirk Largo Remix)
06. Burlao (Marvin Marlyn Remix)
07. Selena (Yelram Selecta Remix)

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