With a very special from New York the Bamboo Bass family gonna celebrate another night full of fresh Global Bass sounds that will make you smile, wine & shake to a colorful mix of styles – from Cumbia, to Afrobeats, Dancehall, Trap or Soca.
We are proud to present UPROOT ANDY, resident of New York’s best Global Bass party Que Bajo, and part of the Dutty Artz crew live in Berlin on Sat, 25. of July.
Mixing traditional music from Latin America, Africa or the Caribbean with sounds of the modern Dancefloor UPROOT ANDY is one of the pioneers of the Global electronic music movement.
He recently dropped his brandnew EP “Barrioteca“ which contains elements of Reggaeton, Dembow, Mambo de Calle, Dancehall, Hip-Hop, Juke, Trap, EDM, and Moombahton.
From Fusion Festival to RedBull Culture Clash – UPROOT ANDY is guaranteed to mash up every crowd with his infectious Worldwide Dembow sounds. We are glad that he is dropping one of his notorious sets for the 3rd time at BAMBOO BASS. Everybody that witnessed the madness of the first two parties knows they shouldn’t miss this night!
Support comes from Berlin’s Dancehall & Tropical Bass export Dj Silent Pressure & Berlin’s DJ with the biggest library of bubbling Afro-Caribbean sounds and founder of Tropicalbass.com Marflix. The event will be hosted by our Homie DJ High Towa.
Resident of the well-known Dancehall party Bass Dive, Dj Silent Pressure is notorious for his fast and technical advanced style of playing tunes as well as his versatile sets covering the lastest in Dancehall, Trap, Tropical, Afrobeats and Soca.
Long term Bamboo Bass DJ Marflix is gonna give your waistline the proper treatment with one of his fresh sets including the best in Zouk Bass, Afrobeats, Soca and Tropical Bass.
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✔ Saturday 25.07.2015 | Event on Facebook
Bi Nuu Club | U-Bhf Schlesisches Tor | Kreuzberg Berlin
Presented by TropicalBass.com.
Grab the latest mixes by Bamboo Bass host DJ Silent Pressure, still hot as Caribbean chili peppers:
Back-to-back live mixing session with Uproot Andy, Silent Pressure and Uproot Andy a while back: