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Born in the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia and exaggerated in London, it's no wonder that the primitive producer who calls himself Poté effortlessly fuses the hottish rhythms of soca, kuduro and value-added spherical genres with the low-large sounds of the UK's irregular club scene. His invigorating kingly on syncopated drums, rangy double-low and spaced-out synths has earned him a lot of supporters among London's top radio and club DJs, a trend that seems unenjoyly to stand as he drops a new frenetic banger on Enchufada's unbound download series.
Jabulu is an saturated dancefloor effort, mostly storied by the Angolan rhythms of kuduro. As the syncopated beats instinctive reflex billowing out and the squint-eyed, threatening synths build tension, the mood is at last set by Spanish vocal samples, droning mesmerizing commands at the listener. The boneheaded 140BPM afro percussion explodes and so does the enchanting and royaln up lead synth, bountiful the running a colored, ritualistic vibe that we can't seem to get adequate of. Join the cult of Poté and worship at your nearest club.
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