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A Tale of Tabanca

18 March, 2014 Leave a comment

Natasha explains the phenomenon of “tabanca.” True Trinidadians and Carnival revelers need no explanation…

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detnator SOCAlled remixes

10 February, 2014 2 comments

the dudes in the BOMB Shelter decided to remix some SOCA and well make the choons better… i think they did… kinda expecting Bunji to rework the Red Light District to sound their way… hope they get the credit… licensing and eat a h food from it…

All Access – Machel Montano

6 February, 2014 1 comment

Flight 961 – Mission Carnival…All Access!

Hear and See the Stars

Soca Team 96 taking T&T Carnival to the Universe!

*take with some salt*

CARNIVAL TABANCA – Bunji Garlin

5 February, 2014 Leave a comment

Carnival Tabanca
Videomentary by: Bunji Garlin
Directed by: Walt Lovelace & Curtis Popplewell
Produced by: Beach House Entertainment
Filmed with 14 cameras Friday afternoon, downtown Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago.
Camera Operators:
Christian Compton
Colin Peters
Declan LeeLoo
Gabriel Nagee
Jamal Edwards
Jason Riley
Jermald Compton
Jerome Ali-Salandy
Kerry Gibbons
Michael Amoroso
Richard Voisin
Shea Best
Zahra Gibbons
Special thanks to:
Marc Loregnard
Kharim Matthias
Kenneth Bailey
Enrique Ali
Lance Smith
Diyanand Persaud
Darren Millien
Paul Charles
Faye Ann Lyons Alvarez
Dexter Thomas
Keron “Sheriff” Thompson
His Worship The Mayor of Port of Spain
The City of Port Of Spain
Port of Spain City Police
Brain Lara Promenade Management Co.
Rent-A-Amp
Advance Dynamics Ltd.
Trinidad Movie Equipment Rental Company Ltd.

1ST KLASE RECORDS PRESENTS STAG RIDDIM: PART 2

30 January, 2014 1 comment

New York, NY (FOX FUSE) – 1st Klase Records presents its highly anticipated Stag Riddim: Part 2, available worldwide from all major digital retailers on February 11, 2014, with pre-order available now, from FOX FUSE. The futuristic, heavy bass, grime-meets-soca formula of Stag Riddim: Part 2, produced by Klase Gonzales and mixed by Neel “Fadda” Dwala, are signature sounds of 1st Klase Records, a progressive label that continues to craft and compose the future of soca music.

FOX FUSE is on the forefront of soca music and serves as the exclusive digital distributor of 1st Klase Records. Based in New York City, FOX FUSE has consistently promoted and marketed soca music internationally since 2007, and now as a digital distributor for over two years, has signed numerous top labels representing various Caribbean music genres. As a one-stop shop, FOX FUSE offers in-house publicity, promotion and marketing for all its releases, something Caribbean producers and labels are taking advantage of, to not only get their music on sale worldwide, but to also get their brands and artists known to the music industry and fans, far and wide.

1st Klase Records – Stag Riddim: Part 2 (Instrumental)

Swappi – Take Wine
Jaiga Ft. Shal Marshall – Juice
Olatunji – Wha Yuh Drinkin?
Lyrikal – Party Nuh Done
Bunji Garlin – Gi Dem Dey

Body Up Riddim Brings the Futuristic Side of Soca

28 August, 2013 3 comments

Body Up Riddim Brings the Futuristic
Side of Soca
Album Available Worldwide on September 10, 2013
from Precision Digital
Cover Art
iTunes

August 27, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

New York, NY (FOX FUSE) – The futuristic side of soca music is on display on the Body Up Riddim – Various Artists, available worldwide on all major digital retailers on September 10, 2013, with pre-order available today, distributed by Precision Digital. Featuring some of the top performers in the genre, the riddim is produced by Trinidadian-based Donadoni Productions, with prolific violinist-turned-producer Andre “Donadoni” Donawa at the helm. The riddim was composed for Carnival 2013, where it lit up playlists and stages across fetes as one of the sexiest offerings of the season, and now makes its bow internationally as it becomes available to fans of the genre, across the world.

Captained by none other than soca star Destra with her infectious “A Million Smiles,” Erphaan Alves with the sexy “Dis Carnival (Your Gyal Is Mine),” Blaxx featuring Umi Marcano on the energetic “Move That Body,” and anchored by “Body Up Instrumental,” Body Up Riddim is bound to drive bodies in a frenzy across fetes and on dance floors for years to come.

Donawa describes his production as hybrid soca, as he fuses soca with futuristic, electronic sounds, incorporating the flavors of the Caribbean along with international influences, namely EDM (electronic dance music). Joining him on this ambitious ride is Trinidadian producer Keron “Sheriff” Thompson, the creative force behind Bunji Garlin’s hit, “Differentology,”who engineered the Body Up Riddim to perfection, making it a must-have for music lovers everywhere.

Body Up Riddim will be available worldwide from all major digital retailers on September 10, 2013, with pre-order available now, fromPrecision Digital. Please direct all press inquires to the FOX FUSE Publicity Department at 1-212-300-3813 or contact@foxfuse.com.

Track List
1. Destra Garcia – A Million Smiles
2. Erphaan Alves – Dis Carnival (Your Gyal Is Mine)
3. Blaxx Ft. Umi Marcano – Move That Body
4. Donadoni Productions – Body Up Riddim Instrumental

Bunji Garlin – Differentology (music video)

17 May, 2013 8 comments

  • Director: Nigel Thompson
  • Director Of Photography: Sean “Science” Edghill
  • Assistant Director: Roland “Rembunction” Yearwood
  • 2nd Assistant Director: Richard Rawlins
  • 1st Assistant Camera: Damien Jobity
  • 2nd Assistant Camera: Iscah Straker
  • Gaffer: Selwyn Henry / Kerron Lemmessy
  • Best Boy Electric: Ken Bailey / Selwyn Henry
  • Storyboard Artist: Richard Rawlins
  • Producer: Nigel Thompson
  • Associate Producers: Kerima Rahim, Princess Donelan, Alana Ramlal
  • Production Manager: Kerima Rahim
  • Grip: Keegan Rudolfo
  • Driver / Transport: Navin Suchit
  • Props: Frank Seales
  • Make up: Jennelle Orosco, Steven Taylor, Liz-Ann Jaggernauth, Christopher Rama
  • Music Provided by: Rawle “Boobie” Edwards
  • Costumes by: K2K Alliance & Tribe
  • Location: “Melau” Provided by TCL / Readymix

in all honesty i dont see it being that different to any other video out there… concept nor production. the atmosphere had all the vibes. just didn’t translate for me. flat harsh images. wrong frame rate at times… bah i eh going into it… go watch blaxx leh go instead…

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