13 mar Bruce Leroys na Pulse Radio
Brazil’s dance music scene is rapidly on the up. Backed by world-renowned clubs like Warung and D-Edge, festivals like DGTL, Dekmantel and Ultra Rio, and the ever-expanding Brazil Music Conference (formerly the Rio Music Conference), the country is experiencing a revolution of electronic music like few others out there—with all the emerging artists to prove it.
And it was by tapping into the vast country’s wealth of new talent that Warung resident Leo Janeiro compiled Cocoda, a mix featuring music produced only by Brazilians.
To get a sense of how they see Brazil’s rise, four acts featured on the mix tell us why Brazil is changing dance music—and one explains why it’s not.
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