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Bigorringo
Bilbo (Bizkaia)
Tel. 94 473 41 41

Works

DR. MAHA'S MIRACLE TONIC

Date:
2012-00-00
Customer:
MAHA
Tags:
Swing
Mambo


 

Playing  swing,  rytm'n'blues and mambo, MAHA immerses us in the 40's music, evoking the wagons of the charlatans and the nomadic Gypsy musicians shows. Outstanding the vocal harmonies and timbre of instruments like the banjo or violin. MAHA presents a show that pays tribute to the Medicine Shows and Vaudeville of the beginning of 20th century. A hilarious show based on the ancient infallible elixirs vendors. Here you can listen to "El Mambo de los Muertos".

El Dinero

Date:
2009-04-20
Customer:
MAHA
Tags:
Rock
Swing
Garage
Folk


 

Cover from Maha`s El Dinero LP

"Maha is one of the most indescribable groups that you can currently find on stage. The quintet has a classic rock formation; guitar, bass, drums and vocals, with the addition of a violinist."


"Nerea knows when she has to bring out the rock 'n roll from her violin. Her style of playing, sometimes hillbilly, sometimes classical, sometimes ethnic, makes Maha's repertoire and live shows, along with Dave, Daniel, Patxi and Nadia, some of the most exciting stuff there is on the scene."



(Taken from an article by Alejandro Arteche, published in soitu.es)

Panik Piknik

Date:
2008-00-00
Customer:
Los Paniks
Tags:
Rock
Punk
Garage


 

Cover from Paniks` Panik Piknik LP

"Finally, Los Paniks are back and they do it in the best possible way, with a fantastic new disc under the arm, "Panik Piknik". Now it's time to present it live, tour non-stop and make rock 'n roll faithfuls dance el baile del karramarro. J.R. Rioja acts a host in this Piknik, serving a succulent menu of songs, if you want to join the Piknik and stop chatting and posting, looking for you-don't-know-what...find out how good these guys are and spread the word... los PANIKS are here to make you dance!!"


(Posted by Markenstein on IPunkRock)

Souldom Reggae

Date:
0000-00-00
Customer:
Euridia
Tags:
Reggae


 

Souldom Reggae LP cover

"Under the name of Euridia, we find Ibon Larruzea, one of the master of the reggae-roots state sound. Musician and producer that has collaborated with the most select of the northern syncopated sound (Ambassadors, Loud ´n Lone), being the founding member of the groups Akatz, Euridia, he gives us his second album, "Souldom Reggae".

A work of reggae roots as its main sound, but well seasoned with touches of soul, funk...

Mr. Larruzea has made a quality disc that's easy to listen to, perfectly combining his facet as a musician and his work as a producer, achieving a very special analog sound.

Throughout the albums 17 tracks (15 plus two bonus Dubs), we find ourselves with an exquisite sound based on sublime vocal harmonies, a powerful rhythm section and a sensational horn section, giving the whole a perfect package."

(Published in Valladolidwebmusical.org by Sergio Soundrebel)

Reggae Lovers

Date:
0000-00-00
Customer:
Euridia
Tags:
Reggae


 

Reggae Lovers LP cover

Euridia began its steps in 1997 from the hand of Ibon Larruzea as a projected that combined engineering and art in the world of musical production. The career of this producer cannot be understood if you don't look at both aspects of his activity.


At the end of 2004, he moved to a city in the north of Italy, Bergamo, for two years, where he composed the greater part of his first disc, "Reggae Lovers", edited by silver bullets of Brixton records.

Liquidator 10!

Date:
2009-00-00
Customer:
Liquidator Music
Tags:
Reggae
Ska
Soul


Liquidator 10! LP cover

"You don't reach 10 years everyday. The Spanish label, Liquidator Music, celebrated its 10th anniversary last year and to top it all off, they released a bouquet of rarities and unedited songs from their wide range of artists."


"Inside the album, you can find anything from younger bands to world renowned artists, some of whom are no longer playing."


(Published by Dandy S. in Viejatradicion)

Better Collie and Loud and Lone

Date:
2001-00-00
Customer:
Loud and Lone
Tags:
Reggae


Better Collie and Loud and Lone

"Better Collie and Loud and Lone (1998-2001)" recompiles songs recorded in the studio "A-Lone Muzik Studio" (set up by Roberto and Borja) with the groupings of Loud and Lone and Better Collie.


One of the best discs that I have listened to this past year, that shows that inspiration and quality are not argued with modesty in media and with 100% independent production.


(Published by F-MHop in La Factoría del Ritmo)

Step Forward

Date:
0000-00-00
Customer:
New York Ska Jazz Ensemble
Tags:
Ska
Rocksteady
Reggae


Step Forward LP cover

If you start counting the emblematic bands in the current traditional ska scene on your fingers, there is no doubt that the New York Jazz Ensemble will be there. One of the most influential bands in the rebirth of traditional Jamaican sound and one of the combos with the most presence on European stages since 1994.


(Taken from Lastfm)

12 años de exitos

Date:
0000-00-00
Customer:
Akatz
Tags:
Ska
Rocksteady
Reggae


12 Años de éxitos LP cover

The disc is titled "12 años de éxitos" (12 years of hits) and it picks up recent songs (except for one) but they capture the essence of Akatz through the years... having a group where the musicians enjoy what they do and the public has fun.



If you like Jamaican music with fundamental reggae but open to other styles (latin, samba, jazz, r’n’b), then Akatz is a group worth knowing.



(Taken from La Factoría del ritmo número 19)

Trip To Moon

Date:
2008-00-00
Customer:
FLIGHT 404
Tags:
Reggae
Dub
Ska


Trip to Moon LP cover

Active since 2003, Flight 404 has relied on a solid formation since it began in 2005. What hasn't changed in these years has been the desire to play the styles that they have always likes the most, reggae and rocksteady.


Loyally following the guidelines set by the Barret brothers recorded under countless names (Hippy Boys, Upsetters, Harry J All Stars, Wailers...), they reinterpret reggae just as it was conceived in Jamaica in '69.


They also draw upon the vocal trios from what they like to call pre-reggae. Rocksteady took a while towards the end of '68 when it started to take on nuances of tempo and rhythms patterns more akin to reggae.