Argentinian neo-folkloric / electronic band Tremor returns to Wonderwheel Recordings after their latest album “Proa” with a collection of remixes of said album. Featuring such names as Filastine, Dengue Dengue Dengue, El Buho and many more – this is a collection of deep and thoughtful takes on Tremor’s signature sound.
Peruvian neo-cumbia bass assassins Dengue Dengue Dengue deliver this deep and edgy remix of Tremor’s “Proa”, to be released on the upcoming Tremor remix album dropping on December 9th. Pre-Order here.
“…a stunning, paradise-clad visual for that dance-floor freaker, shining a light on a couple’s island-getaway follies in a serene, and at times even breathtaking visual. And rightfully so, a vibe-heavy groove that pulls you in this deep deserves an aesthetic soaked in wanderlust and romance. The Kiwi five-piece FKA as Funkomunity dropped their debut under the new moniker Dose back in May and it’s been getting plenty of rotation since. Go ahead and get the weekend started on the good-foot by immersing yourself in the simply gorgeous Moonrise Kingdom -meets- Where The Wild Things Are video for “Treat The Feel”” - OkayPlayer
After the major success of their debut “Silt” album, Wonderwheel Recordings have enlisted the help of some of our favorite producers from across the electronic spectrum to take a crack at the unique East African Retro Pop of Sudanese American chanteuse Alsarah and her band the Nubatones.
Argentinian laptop mystic Chancha Via Circuito brings “Fugu” into the rainforest with his deep and folkloric take on the tune, while Captain Planet brings “Wad Alnuba” into deep, late night slo-mo Disco Dabke territory. Africa is represented on “Silt Remixed” by both Central African Republic’s Boddhi Satva and Cape Verdean/Angolan producer DJeff, who both properly represent the wildly popular Deep House scene in the motherland with their refixes. Sorceress producer Issac Aesilli takes “Bilal Al Dahab” into melancholy, abstract electronic territory while KCRW DJ and LA fixture Jeremy Sole gives a tasteful, classy beat driven remix of “Habibi Taal” with help from Clap! Clap! and Beats Antique. Lastly, Wonderwheel label boss Nickodemus turns “Rennat” into a hypnotic, driving four to the floor filler, while labelmate The Spy From Cairo goes straight for the jugular with his dubby dancehall version of “Nouba Noutou”
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We are happy to announce that Chancha Via Circuito’s sophmore album “Amansara” is out today!
Originally coming out of Buenos Aires’s famed digital cumbia scene, Chancha has notoriously broken way outside those boundaries to forge unprecedented mergers between Brazilian rhythms, Paraguayan harp, Andean mysticism and the solitude of Argentinian folklore – all processed through his own futuristic style of post-dubstep. Chancha’s sound is without question truly unique and instantly recognizable to the point he has become a key reference point for an entire crop of artists that have begun to carry his genes.
Order the Digital, LP, or Deluxe vinyl pack now on our Bandcamp.
Out July 1st, 2014 – Purchase on our Bandcamp
The on going musical relationship between Nickodemus & Brian J (The Pimps of Joytime) continues with this new collaboration aimed at the dance-floor this Summer 2014!
“Wanted Man” original version is a tech-house floor burner giving space to Brian J’s vocals within the backdrop of a heavy filtered synth. The second version of the song is an organic galloping Ska Reggae version at 125 BPM’s full of brass & verb.
Stay tuned for the full Nickodemus & Brian J EP this September/ October!
We’re thrilled to announce we’ve signed Argentinian producer Chancha Via Circuito’s next album to Wonderwheel. Stream his first single “Coplita” below and order the 7″ or digital release - out worldwide today!
Fresh off the stage from Coachella 2014, Argentinian producer Pedro Canale aka Chancha Via Circuto fulfills his long-awaited return “Coplita” – the debut single and 7” from his new album after 2010’s Rio Arriba, which was hailed by the New York Times, Pitchfork, the Washington Post and named amongst the top ten albums of the year by NPR and XLR8R among many others.
“Coplita” ventures onto a well worn path through the mystical outer reaches of South America for longtime Chancha fans with it’s traditional folkloric rhythms blending into otherworldly electronic sounds and the vocals of longtime collaborator Miriam Garcia gently haunting the song.
Chancha’s new album Amansara will be released by Nickodemus’s Wonderwheel Recordings on CD, Double Vinyl and Digital in Late September 2014
Stream the full album below and purchase CD or digital on our Bandcamp
Buy direct - https://wonderwheelrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/zebstep
Preview on Soundcloud - http://soundcloud.com/wonderwheel-recordings/sets/zeb-zebstep
In the heyday of Dubstep taking over America, Zeb decided to make his own version of steppers dub & wobbly bass that had more Soul, Dub & World influence rather than edgy techy vibes. Here you have the missing tapes of “ZEBSTEP” by ZEB aka The Spy from Cairo who has had over 5 studio albums to date as well as remixes for hundreds of artists including Bob Marley, Billy Holiday, Tosca, Nickodemus & Quantic, Mr Scruff, Bet.E & Stef, See-I & many more.