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Kidboy - Disparate EP - out on Jazz & Milk Records



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Kidboy - Disparate EP
(12"/Digital) Jazz & Milk JM013, 2011-06-20

Kidboy is an upcoming producer and versatile musician based in Granada who is always searching for a balance between organic and electronic sounds. On his debut EP he teams up with vocalists such as Ohmega Watts, BluRum13 and Julio Cesar Rodriguez and a bunch of excellent jazz musicians including pianist Juan Galiardo. Bored by too many monotonous releases out there Kidboy wanted to present a diverse EP - with percussive Broken Beats, heavy basslines sounds and Latin instrumentation on the one hand and very mellow and jazzy Hip Hop tracks on the other! The EP starts off with Yo Me Voy De Aqui, a progressive DJ tune filled with organic latin samples and an enormous sub bassline - one truly for the dancefloor! Also on the latin tip, Changüí De Manteca features cuban singer Julio Cesar Rodriguez on vocals and percussion, Cesar's Salad pianist Jo Junghanss on keys and Andrew Linch on sax on top of an energetic Broken Beat. Eventually Kidboy takes you back into the 90's - the golden era of Hip Hop - with organic beats, jazz driven instrumentation and sophisticated rapping. The Culture features Ohmega Watts, a virtuoso rapper from the States who has released on Ubiquity and already worked with well-known acts such as Quantic, The Bamboos or Breakestra. A Moment To Think presents BluRum13, known for his project One Self with DJ Vadim and Yarah Bravo, who came to Granada to collaborate with Kidboy.

Kidboy Disparate EP
Kidboy - Disparate EP
(12"/Digital) Jazz & Milk JM013, 2011-06-20

Kidboy - Disparate EP (12" & digital release) by Jazz & Milk

Tracklisting 12 inch :
A1. Yo Me Voy De Aqui
A2. Changüí De Manteca (feat. Julio Cesar Rodriguez)
B1. A Moment To Think (feat. BluRum13)
B2. The Culture (feat. Ohmega Watts)

Tracklisting Digital :
01. Yo Me Voy De Aqui
02. The Culture (feat. Ohmega Watts)
03. Changüí De Manteca (feat. Julio Cesar Rodriguez)
04. A Moment To Think (feat. BluRum13)
05. Verbeneo 6. The Culture (Peruvian Mix)

Links :
Kidboy : facebook | myspace | soundcloud
Jazz & Milk : official | facebook | myspace | soundcloud | store | youtube

Press Release :
Kidboy is an upcoming producer and versatile musician based in Granada who is always searching for a balance between organic and electronic sounds. On his debut EP he teams up with vocalists such as Ohmega Watts, BluRum13 and Julio Cesar Rodriguez and a bunch of excellent jazz musicians including pianist Juan Galiardo. Bored by too many monotonous releases out there Kidboy wanted to present a diverse EP - with percussive Broken Beats, heavy basslines sounds and Latin instrumentation on the one hand and very mellow and jazzy Hip Hop tracks on the other!

The EP starts off with Yo Me Voy De Aqui a progressive dj-tune filled with organic latin samples and an enormous sub bassline - one truly for the dancefloor! Also on the latin tip, Changüí De Manteca features cuban singer Julio Cesar Rodriguez on vocals and percussion, Cesar's Salad pianist Jo Junghanss on keys and Andrew Linch on sax on top of an energetic Broken Beat.

Eventually Kidboy takes you back into the 90's - the golden era of Hip Hop - with organic beats, jazz driven instrumentation and sophisticated rapping. The Culture features Ohmega Watts, a virtuoso rapper from the States who has released on Ubiquity and already worked with well-known acts such as Quantic, The Bamboos or Breakestra. A Moment To Think presents BluRum13, known for his project One Self with DJ Vadim and Yarah Bravo, who came to Granada to collaborate with Kidboy.

Kidboy Disparate EP

Biography :
Kidboy is Rafa Sibajas, a producer and versatile musician based in Granada. Throughout his musical career as a session musician he has take part of several projects and bands from diverse styles as jazz, funk, latin, flamenco, rock, symphonic orchestras and contemporary music. In Granada he formed as a musician on classic double bass, jazz and flamenco while also djing and producing his own tracks. As a dj his influences are very diverse, funk, broken beat, hip-hop, disco, jazz, latin, brazilian and reggae searching for an balance between organic and electronic sound. As a producer he is more focused on the jazz and electronica fusion taking elements from hip hop, funk or latin. His productions have been published on labels as Jazz & Milk, Unfold/Tru Thoughts (Quantic), Fluid Ounce (Zero dB), Chocolat Soul Records and Nuevos Medios. On his productions and live shows he has collaborated with musicians and vocalists from all over the globe like american rapper Ohmega Watts who has published two albums on the Ubiquity label and also worked with Quantic, The Bamboos and Breakestra. With rapper BluRum 13 best known for his project One Self on the Ninja Tune label with Dj Vadim and Yarah Bravo. With pianists from the spanish jazz scene as Juan Galiardo from Cadiz or Jo Junghanss from the New York and German scene, also Andrew Linch, australian saxophonist or Julio Rodriguez, singer and percussionist from Cuba among others.
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