Few individuals can claim to have done as much for the exchange of musical ideas across the globe as DJ, producer, remixer and label owner Daniel Haaksman. His involvement in remixing duo Haaksman & Haaksman (alongside his brother Felix) and compilations for Best Seven and Sonar Kollektiv put his name on the map, and after running Essay Recordings from 1997 to 2004 he started his own imprint Man Recordings in 2005. The label has since become the most prominent outlet for Brazilian baile funk in Europe. Spinning a club ready mix of baile funk, hip hop, house, electro, Baltimore club, kuduro, dancehall or whatever get the people moving, he knows no rules except for one: A DJ has to rock the party.
70 Releases, 130 Artists
Man Recordings Rambazamba 4050486045091 in_stock Album released on Man Recordings
Album released on 16 May 2011
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Man Recordings impresario Daniel Haaksman drops his debut album on the label, merging Brazilian baile funk with an international blend of club music styles, from Afro-Baltimore ('Sum Sum') to Balkan ghetto house ('Dubcheck'). 'Rambazamba' is energetic, transcultural, and a lot of fun.