Juany Bravo - The Playlist

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The Playlist: Juany Bravo

Juany Bravo will certainly take you into the Summer moods with his selection for The Playlist.

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If you aren’t really in the mood for Summer yet, then Juany Bravo is about to put you in the mood. This is an artist who sets himself within the Deep and Latin House regions, featuring on the drums and soothing melodies. Taking over The Playlist, he brings a number of his own productions, as well as some major tracks from the big artists. Included are Mark Knight, Riva Starr, De La Swing as well as the brand new track from Juany Bravo ‘Ese Cuero’ which is out now. Check it all out below.

Juany Bravo – Ese Cuero

To kick off The Playlist I had to go with my newest release on Shanghaied Records. The track really embodies that Miami, Latin summer vibe, and it gets everyone moving on the dance floor.

Carlos Manaca – Feel The Drums (Carlos Manaca Remix)

So, this track was actually a huge inspiration on a lot of the music I’ve been making lately. I heard this in a Chus & Ceballos set about a year and a half ago and instantly fell in love with the drums on the track, and the whole vibe.

George Acosta – Ke Rico (Wolf Story Remix)

This is another track that’s been a huge inspiration to me, and a staple in all of my sets for about a year now. The way the Wolf Story guys are able to tell a story with the arrangement of the track, and the atmospheric breakdowns make this a 10/10 in my book.

Juany Bravo & Thomas Garcia – El Boricuazo ft. Jimmy Blue

Keeping with the Latin vibes, my good friend Thomas Garcia and I linked up to make this deep tech cut which came out as part of Freakin 909’s ADE sampler. This was actually the first track we ever wrote together, and I had to get my boy Jimmy Blue to drop these original vocals to make the track pop.

Juany Bravo – Rumpa Pa

So, this was actually one of the first Latin Tech styled tracks I ever wrote. The track saw support from the likes of Lupe Fuentes and Erick Morillo, so it was a very proud moment to see that. The track is fun and bouncy from the start to the end.

Riva Starr & Dennis Cruz – A Jem Be

Riva Starr has been one of my favourite producers for years now, and to see him champion and push the tribal tech sound has had a huge impact on my sound and style. A Jem Be is the perfect example of that style shift from him, and the track is an absolute club smasher.

De La Swing – Boca Paila

Boca Paila was actually one of the first De La Swing tracks I ever heard, and I immediately knew I was going to be hooked on the guy. His productions are so clean and rhythmic, not to mention the work wonders when you play them out.

Mark Knight – Devil Walking

Not much to be said here about this classic. Eight years later and I still drop this in every single set I play. Hands down one of my top 3 favourite tech house tracks of all time.

Nu Sky – Amazoni

I really love the low-slung vibe on this track and the way they utilized the vocals to compliment the atmosphere of the drums.

Riva Starr – El Sonido 

Last, but most certainly not least, Riva Starr makes it back on with his new one on Crosstown Rebels. The drums on this track are incredibly on point. The way he combines African and Latin percussion, along with Spanish flamenco vocals and guitars is unreal.

You can download ‘Ese Cuero’ here. For more information on Juany Bravo:
https://www.facebook.com/JuanyBravoOfficial/
https://twitter.com/juanybravomusic
https://soundcloud.com/juanybravo

Juany Bravo - The Playlist

Juany Bravo.

If you aren’t really in the mood for Summer yet, then Juany Bravo is just about to do just that. This is an artist who sets himself within the Deep and Latin House regions, featuring on the drums and soothing melodies. Taking over The Playlist, he brings a number of his own productions, as well as some major tracks from the big artists. Included are Mark Knight, Riva Starr, De La Swing as well as the brand new track from Juany Bravo ‘Ese Cuero’ which is out now. Check it all out below.

Juany Bravo – Ese Cuero

To kick off The Playlist I had to go with my newest release on Shanghaied Records. The track really embodies that Miami, Latin summer vibe, and it gets everyone moving on the dance floor.

Carlos Manaca – Feel The Drums (Carlos Manaca Remix)

So, this track was actually a huge inspiration on a lot of the music I’ve been making lately. I heard this in a Chus & Ceballos set about a year and a half ago and instantly fell in love with the drums on the track, and the whole vibe.

Juany Bravo.

George Acosta – Ke Rico (Wolf Story Remix)

This is another track that’s been a huge inspiration to me, and a staple in all of my sets for about a year now. The way the Wolf Story guys are able to tell a story with the arrangement of the track, and the atmospheric breakdowns make this a 10/10 in my book.

Juany Bravo & Thomas Garcia – El Boricuazo ft. Jimmy Blue

Keeping with the Latin vibes, my good friend Thomas Garcia and I linked up to make this deep tech cut which came out as part of Freakin 909’s ADE sampler. This was actually the first track we ever wrote together, and I had to get my boy Jimmy Blue to drop these original vocals to make the track pop.

Juany Bravo – Rumpa Pa

So, this was actually one of the first Latin Tech styled tracks I ever wrote. The track saw support from the likes of Lupe Fuentes and Erick Morillo, so it was a very proud moment to see that. The track is fun and bouncy from the start to the end.

Riva Starr & Dennis Cruz – A Jem Be

Riva Starr has been one of my favourite producers for years now, and to see him champion and push the tribal tech sound has had a huge impact on my sound and style. A Jem Be is the perfect example of that style shift from him, and the track is an absolute club smasher.

Juany Bravo.

De La Swing – Boca Paila

Boca Paila was actually one of the first De La Swing tracks I ever heard, and I immediately knew I was going to be hooked on the guy. His productions are so clean and rhythmic, not to mention the work wonders when you play them out.

Mark Knight – Devil Walking

Not much to be said here about this classic. Eight years later and I still drop this in every single set I play. Hands down one of my top 3 favourite tech house tracks of all time.

Nu Sky – Amazoni

I really love the low-slung vibe on this track and the way they utilized the vocals to compliment the atmosphere of the drums.

Riva Starr – El Sonido 

Last, but most certainly not least, Riva Starr makes it back on with his new one on Crosstown Rebels. The drums on this track are incredibly on point. The way he combines African and Latin percussion, along with Spanish flamenco vocals and guitars is unreal.

For more information on Juany Bravo:
https://www.facebook.com/JuanyBravoOfficial/
https://twitter.com/juanybravomusic
https://soundcloud.com/juanybravo

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