Kika – Aguacero | Aftercluv (Universal Music) | Tribal House

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Venezuelan Star KIKA joins the Aftercluv Family with “Aguacero”
The budding DJ and producer makes her debut on Aftercluv with an original tribal gem.

When she’s not touring around the world, Venezuelan DJ and producer Kika is hard at work in the studio, honing her unique blend of indie-electro and tribal house. Coming off an extensive Latin American tour, the young star at last makes her debut on Aftercluv with an unforgettable original: “Aguacero..” Featuring tribal percussion and Kika’s own Spanglish rap, the track is an irresistible creation that seems perfectly designed for late nights in the Terrace Room at Miami’s legendary Club Space.

Jamaican Soundsystem Culture Of The 60’s V/s Futuristic Sound Design

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Lengualerta is a project focused on awareness and social transformation through music and poetry of lyrics. Verdadera Union Remixes (EP) infuses the Jamaican Soundsystem culture of the 60’s, with Latin MC’s remixed by R3GMA’s heavy hitters: Buzzwak, SLVRFX and SON!X. creating a powerful blend between futuristic sound design and Latin American protest songs. Buzzwak reinterprets the original in a hybrid trap/future bass vibe which is rowdy and wild. SON!X gives us a full on powerhouse putting the dub back into (dub)step. To close off, SLVRFX brings his funky glitchhop vibes in his hybrid glitchhop/drumstep remix banger. Verdadera Union tears down all walls and barriers, uniting cultures and audiences through the universal language of rhythm


Aruba welcomes the third edition of the Electric Festival, featuring Afrojack’s first appearance on the island, joined by NERVO, Loco Dice, Paco Osuna, and Nutzbeatz. From Thursday, September 3 to Sunday, September 6, 2015, Electric Festival will feature international top DJs, as well as ADE Global Sessions. Electric Festival is organized by twins and entrepreneurs Maurice and Karim Neme in conjunction with the Aruba Tourism Authority and Amsterdam Dance Event.

The first two editions of Electric Festival were attended by more than 15,000 people in both 2013 and 2014. With artists and speakers such as Chus & Ceballos, Dave Clarke, DJ Chuckie, Erick Morillo, Fellow, Knife Party, Lil Jon, Loco Dice, Maarten Vorwerk, Mike Henderson (ENDO), Nicole Moudaber, No Eat No Sleep, Partai, REVOLT TV, Slash, Stacey Pullen and many others. Visitors in previous years not only came from neighboring ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao), but a strong contingent of fans from the U.S., Venezuela, and Europe also emerged. With the addition of prominent new speakers and program items, Amsterdam Dance Event’s global touring platform ADE Global Sessions is also shaping its Aruba line-up for this year. During ADE Global Sessions Aruba there will be a host of exclusive industry meetings, strategy sessions, top notch Q&A’s, pop-up parties and more alongside Electric Festival.

This year’s program of ADE Global Sessions Aruba focuses on the exploding electronic dance music market in the Latin American and Caribbean region. Exclusive business gatherings include an interactive series of powerful talks on the rise of electronic music festivals in the region with Leizer Guss (OCESA/EDC Mexico), Rodrigo Frutos (The Bullitt Agency) and Edo van Duijn (SFX South America) and ‘Industry Inside: Spot on Latin America’, with Brandon Bakshi (BMI) talking to Luis Estrada (Aftercluv Dancelab/Universal Music Latin Entertainment) about industry trends, sounds, possibilities and future visions for electronic dance music in and from the Latin American region.

As the cultural intersection of North and South America, Aruba is uniquely positioned to host the most global dance music festival in the Caribbean. Electric Festival and Aruba have evolved into a hub for the growing international electronic dance music community. The Aruba Tourism Authority is the main sponsor of the event, with the belief that this event will flourish into an internationally renowned festival and, in the process, find a stream of new visitors to Aruba.


This spring the dance floor it’s going to be dangerous: dangerously hot!

Planeta Loco continues the series of sexy vibes that started with ‘Your body’, releasing a new groove: Dangerous!

The new single has a nasty, yet stylish sound, with less vocal and deeper tones that give us a hypnotic kind of sound.

Planeta Loco aims to give us unforgettable tunes that linger on as comfortable, sexy and appealing sounds, keeping us on the dance floor all night.

After releasing singles that received a good feedback, like Your Body, Eagles Falling or Lagrima, and being signed with one of the most important Latin- American music labels, they are back with a new single and they are here to stay.

So let us get loco on the dance floor this Spring!

Planeta Loco – Eagles Falling

Planeta Loco is back with a new sound reflected in its new single: Eagles Falling

After experimenting singles with latino influences, such as Lagrima and Quimey Neuquen, single that received a good feedback and the band signed with an important Latin American label, Planeta Loco decided to change their style with the new single: Eagles Falling.

Planeta Loco music stays original, keeping true to its Deep House vibes, but sounds more western.