The audience of drum'n'bass nights around Brazil already know closely the quality of the songs of Brazilian producers. The country emerged with force in 2001 as a new exponent in the musical production for this style and has brought to light numerous talents that took off and signed several bands with major labels around the world. Other styles like techno and breakbeat also reveal daily new faces to international audiences.
But it is easy to see that the vast majority of the public tupiniquim not yet noticed that our country has become a hub of electronic music of great prominence on the international scene. And the Brazilian Project Bass Podcast is born to show the talent and dedication of domestic producers to the four corners of Brazil, without neglecting disclosure outside of South America
Commanded by MC paulistano Size, Podcast will show DJs in rotation making exclusive sets, only productions for national dissemination through the internet and events related to electronic music. If Brazilian producers lack a business card, to have their sounds recognized within Brazil itself, the time has just come through the Brazilian Bass Podcast.
Taking advantage of the format's democratic Podcast, the crew Bass Brazilian reserves space for new producers and DJs, in a joint effort to support the electronic music created and played by Brazilians. Beyond the sound, the program also comes packed with information on new and already known producers, software and hardware, in addition to bringing news to the national audience.
Through www.brazilianbass.com link, you will have access to the tracklisting of the programs, can contact for sending tracks and provides links to websites with information about the producers who will go through the speakers of the program over the Internet brasuca . And all styles of electronic music are welcome: techno, house, drum'n'bass, electro, IDM, breakbeat, etc..
Original text of the report writer for Helium Matos www.dnbonline.com.br