GC favourite and Enchufada founder Branko is launching a second Enchufada Na Zona compilation. Today he kicks things off with his own single ‘SDDS’. It is a reflective and warm slice of the global club music he is so well known for.
The compilation drops on July 10th and includes a selection of original music, edits and remixes, all created during quarantine from home studios in Lisbon, Accra, São Paulo, London or Paris. Looking forward to hearing it
I am going to do something a bit different today, an album feature! We have been following the Lisbon based label Enchufada for a short while now and really loving the sound they are putting out there.
Branko’s, co-founder of Enchufada, new album ‘Atlas’ (released early Sept, remember we are not a new music blog) is in a league of it’s own. I have started to listen to albums in order again after going through a rebellious stage of not, and I am glad I did with this one. The whole album flows into a really cool global vibe and every track fits together yet stands alone. I love the African influence throughout! This is definitely one to listen to from start to finish. Favourite tracks: Eventually, Out of Sight (So Right).
Burake Som Sistema co-founder Branko has given us the first taste of his upcoming long-player Atlas with this first single ‘Let Me Go’. On this track he brings his global club influences together with Capetonian singer Nonku Phiri and L.A. beatmaker Mr. Carmack to create a genre-crossing blend of Zouk bass and R&B. Lush strings and a beautiful vocal sit on top of bubbling synth bass and disjointed zouk beats. Its a smooth and relaxing track that we will definitely be playing out over the hotter summer evenings.
Keep your eyes on Enchufada for the full release this September. Until then check out our other favourite label-mate release from Swick & Lewis Cancut.