Ciao wie geht, was machen Sachen? Doubletap auf meine nose for a happy sunday. Jetzt ist das Wetter auch wieder gut und ich geh raus spielen. Hier ein Beispielbild wie ich DJ spiele. Keine weiteren Fragen. Bon dia! We waited way to long, but here she comes.
2nd mother: ARABELLA (AZUR X DEZEMBER), HANN, 1977
Bandulera breaks the apparent boundaries between genres within the new bass school, and combines them in her sets so accurately and lustfully, that it seems absurd that music styles like Dubstep, Grime, D'n'B, Footwork, UK Garage, Trap, favela funk, tropical and kuduro are separated from each other in the first place. She explains the current hype around her sets as simply playing what she loves. Her eclectic taste which is more multi-dimensional than what is typically intrinsic to monogenic parties, brings together what belongs together, at least when you look at the history of the bass culture, and listen to your hips. Bandulera has been part of the hard-hitting event group "Hoch10" since , which has been refreshing and reviving the Drum'n'Bass scene within Hamburg for 17 years now. In , she founded the Funky Kartell collective, with the help of her DJ friends, whose similar concept also aims to bring together different styles of music. Similarly, since she has been an integral part of the Astrastube Musikkultur e. II Spartacus, Potsdam Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Please download one of our supported browsers. Need help?
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