PODCAST: Meet Saint Abdullah

Meet Saint Abdullah, the newest members to the Boomarm Nation family.
We are thrilled to be working closely with Iranian brothers Mohammad and Mehdi Mehrabani-Yeganehi, on their stunning and poignant debut release “The Sounds of Evil” ! STAY WOKE – SOON COME.

This mix was recorded live by Saint Abdullah in Brooklyn, NY.

To learn more about Saint Abdullah peep this exclusive interview:
http://www.urbanstylemag.gr/interviews/saint-abdullah-exclusive-interview

TONIGHT

The DISCOS DISCOS crew brings another sweaty affair, last month was ridic! Dont miss it.

A rare DJ set by Gulls, performing and array of Tropical /Cumbia edits and remixes made just for tonight!

Jam!

Gulls – “Bebidas Editz”

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Blue Cranes (Gulls /remix)

Been meaning to post this for a while..

PDX chamber/jazz quintet The Blue Cranes just put out a new record.

Its full of lush orchestration and some very vivid improvising.

Here’s the Gulls remix, PLUS a very special verbage cameo version f

eaturing the PDXwise prose of The Thrift Shop Sampler.

Given the palette of all acoustic sources, this was a blast to remix.

It was given a full on analog treatment, courtesy of the Sequential Circuits DRUMTRAX, and the Realistic MG-1.

“These Are My People”(Gulls Remix)

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“These Are My People” (Gulls Remix – Feat. The Thrift Shop Sampler)

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DWNLD

Cellular International. inna Emsikta style

DJ/Rupture just blogged & broadcast this edit that GULLS did of the Nigeria based group from Niger, Emsikta.

And now we share it on the homefront! Feel this.

The original of this tune was taken from the sahelsounds.com mixtape “Music From Saharan Cell Phones” (posted a few weeks back!).

In ‘Music From Saharan Cellphones’ the original tune is labeled ‘Niger – Autotune’. Chris from Sahelsounds has found out a bit more: the band is called Emsikta. They are indeed from Niger but live in Nigeria.

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“Autotune” (Gulls edit w/hype) – Emsikta

DWNLD

You may remember this EDIT from the “now legendary” RADIO BOOMARM 🙂

ENJOY!