P015 FRONT cd label

CD / Digital
Written and produced by the respective artists;
Mastered by Tó Pinheiro da Silva, Artwork by Márcio Matos;
Released July, 2016;

CD / DIGITAL: Order from us

1. DJ Nunex & DJ Famifox – Intro Ludhiana (Indian Music)
2. DJ CiroFox – Moments
3. DJ Lycox – Dor Do Koto
4. DJ Danifox feat Deejay Ary – Dorme Bem
5. DJ TL – Deep House
6. DJ Lilocox – La Party
7. DJ Marfox – Swaramgami
8. DJ Firmeza – Tungada Rija
9. K30 – Hora do FL
10. Niagara – Alexandrino
11. Nídia Minaj – Festive
12. DJ Nigga Fox – Lua
13. DJ Dadifox – What Percusion
14. Babaz Fox & DJ Bebedera – Tarraxei No Box
15. DJ Maboku – Ruba Soldja
16. DJ Safari – Tempo Do Xakazulu
17. Puto Anderson – Domingo De Paz
18. Puto Márcio – Não Queiras Ser
19. DJ NinOo & DJ Wayne – Cabrito
20. Puto Adriano – Estilo Underground
21. DJ Nervoso – Lunga Lunga
22. DJ Adifox – Penso Em Ti
23. Blacksea Não Maya – Melodias Rádicas

PRESS RELEASE

“As to strategy, we learned in the struggle; some people think that we adopted a foreign method, or something like this. Our principle is that each people have to create its own struggle. Naturally, we have something to learn from the experience that can be adapted to the real situation of the country. But we bettered our struggle in the culture of our people, in the realities of our country, historical, economical, cultural, etc, and we developed the struggle, supported by our people which is the first and main condition: the support of the people.”

Amílcar Cabral, interview to Cameron Duodu/Radio-Ghana at Accra, 1973

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Assim de repente. A Príncipe faz um CD com 23 faixas nunca editadas, um feliz encontro entre nomes já estabelecidos e outros emergentes ou mais ocultos. Uma das coisas que torna este disco tão especial é praticamente contar a história desta cena: a inclusão de DJ Nervoso, reconhecido como o originador do som que se produz hoje por incontáveis produtores de quarto, DJ Marfox, que pegou no testemunho de forma incrivelmente consequente, a geração Piquenos DJs Di Gueto e todos os outros nomes ainda mais recentes, tudo isto faz uma narrativa resumida mas bem certa dos sons que agora já não se pode negar pertencerem a Lisboa. Momentos sentimentais como “Moments” de Cirofox, “Não Queiras Ser” de Puto Márcio ou “Penso Em Ti” de Adifox parecem contrastar com Danifox & Ary ou Puto Adriano, por exemplo, pequenos testemunhos de uma exploração que continua sem nome definido. Quase obrigatoriamente, quando se conta esta história, teria de aparecer “La Party” (Lilocox), na sua qualidade de hino nos sets de CDM e popularidade disparada por destaque na Mixmag. O estatuto icónico desta faixa é fácil de absorver com a mera audição. O título do CD aplica-se na perfeição, ainda que “Levis” sugira algo menos fogoso, mas reparem como a grafia da palavra recontextualiza a realidade. A música, essa então redesenha-a. Conhecendo bem o percurso da Príncipe, são também perfeitas as palavras de Amílcar Cabral que compõem o press release do disco.
Flur, Julho 2016

Frankly, Lisbon’s Príncipe are just showing off with this fever-inducing 23-track showcase of their full crew in heaviest effect; including stacks of label debuts and strong showings from their core players.
Mambos Levis D’Outro Mundo is accompanied by a quote from Guinea-Bissauan and Cape Verdean liberationist Amílcar Cabral, which points to the label’s social-democratic ideals.
Within that spirit of independence and celebrating the reality of cultural struggle, the set approaches the ‘floor – an unparalleled site for cataylsing cultural expression – from myriad angles, flipping from wild-eyed, raving futurism in DJ Lycox’s Dor Do Koto to the aerobic mysticism of Swaramgami from the scene’s pivotal producer DJ Marfox, to whacked-out techno by Niagara, whilst also making enchanting introductions to the breezed out roll of Dadifox or the Gqom-like darkside hustle of DJ Safari’s Tempo Do Xakazulu, and the romantic flex of DJ Ninoo & DJ Wayne. Basically there’s loads of reasons you need this lot in your life. Highly recommended!

Boomkat, July 2016

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VF marfox

After a slew of attention grabbing 12″s from the likes of DJ Nigga Fox, Niagara and Photonz, the burgeoning Lisbon scene provides its first (almost) full length album, courtesy of DJ Marfox. While the tough rhythms and rugged production of his earlier work are still at the forefront, the six tracks are bursting with rich melodies and unusual instrumentation cherry picked from all over the globe. From the whirling psychedelia of ‘2685’, through the dislocated aggression of ‘Unsound’ to the Mario-at-the-market bubble of ‘Tarraxo Everyday’, this unique record sounds fresher than anything out there, and that’s only side A….

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