Continuing with the Tribal groove, Dune follows Savanna. Loved writing this one, specially the bongos.
My bootleg-dedicated Soundcloud has been quite busy. The last couple of months I’ve been uploading a mix between old and new tracks. They’re all available for free download.
A crossover between projects. I didn’t really feel like this bootleg for Branko was not quite Gil Perez nor 100% Mewttu hence “Mewttu x Gil Perez Bootleg”.
Thank you 100% DJ for the invite to sign an edition of your Podcast! I used a lot of exclusive and unfinished tracks on this one including my remix for Justin Bieber’s Sorry.
Check out my favourite tracks on Spotify. Includes: Xpress Funk, Meith, Mastiksoul, Diogo Menasso, Djeff, Gregor Salto, among many others.
My melodic reggaeton track. For a change this did not start as a bootleg but I did use elements from Complicated and Spring, like the vocal glide as the hook on the drop.
Going back to the Tribal roots, this track is a combination between modern afro house and classic tribal africanism sound. Marimbas and deep vocals help create a heavy and intense atmosphere that contrasts with the fast passed beat.
My second track as Mewttu. Spring also started as a bootleg, this time for Buraka Som Sistema’s Stoopid.
My new track Matik is out now. Dub and Extended Mix available.
New project. Quite different from Gil Perez. This is the first track and I thought I would tell you a bit of its history.