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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Track of the Day: Toy Selectah

Posted By on Thu, May 21, 2009 at 4:57 PM

Local record label Bersa Discos offers flights to Latin America for the price of a 7-inch. The cumbia friendly outpost has a new, limited edition tune from a Spanish-speaking discovery up for sale: "Hay Guey" by Tzochitl Soundsystem vs. Toy Selectah. The latter is a Mexico-based producer and remixer who digs international blends, building his beats on a cross-section of Columbian and Caribbean sytles that he dubs "Sonidero Nacional." This particular number would fit well on the Bersa's electro-cumbia club night, Tormenta Tropical, with boomin' bass, chopped up chants, and eclectic percussion samples skittering across the surface.

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