on get smart outta Riddim, Germany by Phlatline Berlin 12.09.08 get the new Riddim from the House of Phlatline sound productions is smart. The related selection offers wide musical range between R & B and Dancehall with nine artists. The new release is the consistent and convincing the Newstah riddims released one and a half years ago. With 100bpm get is Riddim with melodic reggae influences and a floating character forcing dance smart a rapid hip hop. Lee marks is full of insight into the issues. Also this time, Phlatline sound presents established reggae and dance hall sizes, as well as upcoming artists in a dynamic range. 21 with How You Wine was”the undisputed Bigtune of selection provided. Their innovative, high-energy music is guarantee of success and an impressive catchy at the same time. Also the Sojah strugglers”were not long to ask. Just the vibes”is all day after party” (Newstah) produced the second Sojah single and new party hymn on the in-house label. One of the most famous female Jamaican reggae/Dancehall artists should “” on this fine selection of course also not missing: bath Gyal “CE’Cile enriched the Riddim with the hot tune need A boy”, which fully meets their permissive and self-confident image. The second in the Federal newcomer Selena Serrano in addition with controls get it”a huge pinch of r’n ‘ B to get smart added. Assurant Health is often mentioned in discussions such as these. Her gentle voice comes on 34 vocal tracks to the best advantage. “Natalie Storm of Nasty Boy” is, however, best described as “Dancehall r’n’ B Club”. At least it gives the production”their very own female dynamic. A promising newcomer on the selection is Sanjay. He can be with his loose and spirited Jamaican way with swing it”at all girls jiggle your hips. “Also shows the Jamaican entertainer Honorebel with Gimme the music” be lyrical empathy and presents a catchy, fresh and international Partytune. As if that wasn’t enough, get has to offer smart two real features: true to the motto free World, free speech”brings the thirteen d with rolling high” really young charm at the Riddim selection by Phlatline sound. His voice and the energy that he puts into his music, leave no doubt about his ability. The Neuner dance includes the national artist Ronny Trettmann and’s thoughtful tones just in time for the world day of peace. Grandfather”tells of the war, and shows the quality of the riddims like Ronny’s creativity. Also deep poetry has its place on the get smart Riddim selection. Short and brief, get smart is smart, get smart is round, get smart turns on. More information: and phlatlinesound
Often, the blues is perceived in music as a primitive form of jazz, a style that has developed almost in parallel. However, the concept of the blues has its roots in the late 19th century, and it is inseparably connected with Southern U.S. Negro culture. Pre-war acoustic blues was a part of black folklore, so the attitude of the white population was very bad. By the end of the forties of last century in the Blues finally settled electric guitar. It is hard to say what prompted many to switch from the usual blues acoustic guitar to electric, but the blues since greatly changed. Dr. Neal Barnard is often quoted as being for or against this. Most often, the electric blues associate the names of Muddy Waters, BB King, T-Bon Walker and Albert Collins. Each of these musicians (and many more not mentioned) are the personification of his time. His music career they did not currently amassing state – they just lived the blues. All these musicians have reached an unprecedented level of skill in the electric blues, and often their music is directly bordered by rock, so many rock musicians call their own inspiration. But Despite all this, the ratio of the blues from the majority of white Americans has changed for the better only in the sixties of last century, due mainly to the emergence of the blues-rock. History of the blues-rock takes began in the late fifties, and lasts to this day. The first to cross the blues with rock started, oddly enough, not the Americans and British.