Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) The Most Popular Dance Track Available On Spotify
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) – The king of techno. DJ, producer and pioneer of electronic dance music. Stevo released his new single on Spotify, the long awaited new single from one of the most ground breaking electronic DJs and artists. Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) by Stevo dominates the music world since months, people are now looking for a good Spotify playlist filled with the StoneBridge Mix of the Superhit Mama India, as the playlist is becoming an increasingly crucial element of music consumption. Spotify is one of the world’s leading playlist creation apps, that gives you access to millions of songs. The StoneBridge Show playlist on Spotify features a stunning selection of the best new music from the dance world. Includes tracks from Stevo, Rebecca & Fiona and many more. Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) entered the Top 20 U.K. Charts.
The first time I dropped Mama India, the energy it created drove the night to a whole new level. Mama India is one of the benchmark tracks of our time. This is one of my proudest moments. I was sat in my studio at three o’clock in the morning, going through the Mama India vocals. I just thought, ‘Fucking hell man.’ StoneBridge, Grammy Nominated DJ, Artist and Producer from Stockholm.
Spotify Playlist – The StoneBridge Show
Mama India [Reloaded] (Stonebridge Mix) Is One Of The Best Dance Records Of All Time
Who started Mama India? Who gave the world the sound of Mama India [Reloaded]? Mama India is a funky house epic that pushes the boundaries of modern electronic dance music. It’s notable when a DJ creates a new sound, even more so when one track inspires the whole dance scene. But when a remix spawns a whole genre? Well, that makes dance music history, and this is the result of StoneBridge´s monstrous take on ‘Mama India.’ No other track can claim to have such an effect on the electronic dance music scene. The StoneBridge synths, gated strings and poignant breakdown sets the formula for the funky house music of the future, as StoneBridge´s funky sound has become an international phenomenon. No wonder, Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) by Stevo is one of the best dance records of all time.
- Mama India is a funky house epic that pushes the boundaries of modern electronic dance music.
- It was StoneBridge´s monstrous take on ‘Mama India’ that really set the whole thing rolling.
- It’s notable when a DJ creates a new sound, even more so when one track inspires the whole dance scene. But when a remix spawns a whole genre? Well, that makes dance music history.
Ever wondered what that cool dance music was that DJ Superstar EDX always plays on iHeartRadio, which ensures the peak-time programming it deserves? Well here it is, but here’s a fact first: EDX a.k.a. Maurizio Colella is one of world’s most popular DJs, and a legend of the house music scene, his reputation for blazing production work and fierce DJ skills have made him an idol for a whole generation. His Spotify playlists are the most wanted playlists of most DJ’s and lovers of ‘real’ house music out there, which include a proper, decent set of underground vibes, strictly deep and progressive. It’s a musical journey, and Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) by Stevo is part of it.
Mama India is from the time that KLF were really massive. StoneBridge sampled the vocals from Mama India and banged it onto a funky house groove with a mad bass line. It’s a funky-house thing. It’s got Ensoniq SQ-80 and Roland Jupiter 12 keys on it – the kind of sounds that people have been rediscovering recently – a big break and it sounds absolutely wicked, recalls DJ Delani.
Mama India – The Electronic Dance Track That Shook The World
Rich TVX News reveals the story behind the dance track that wrote the book of electronic dance music. Also significant is the rise of the No. 1 MTV.com USA Artist Stevo, also known by his stage name Rain Man 雨男 [T.A.A.K.A.S.], best known for his massive Superhit Hardcore Vibes [Surprise Mothafucka!], as Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) by Stevo is enjoying a wave of mainstream success, and this track is going to be huge over the next months. Swedish DJ Superstar StoneBridge turned it into a funking bass monster, with his hard drums and filtered synth sound in favour of funky-assed basslines, much to the delight of music lovers the world over. Ask any Ibiza veteran and they will be able to tell you exactly where they were when they first heard those magical opening chords of Mama India through the speakers. Mama India was released on Sony Music, from where it seeped into the consciousness of a techno generation. From Ibiza to New York, there was no escaping it. But what is remarkable is that ‘Mama India’ retains its power today. ‘“Mama India’ opened the doors for electronic dance music,” Stevo once said. When you listen to it today, it’s hard to imagine what the electronic dance music we hear today would sound like had ‘Mama India’ not been invented.
Mama India Sent Shockwaves Through The Dance Music World When It Arrived
When Stevo signed to Sony Music, the melodic strains of early Mama India were giving way to the frenetic energy of techno. Mama India sent shockwaves through the dance music world when it arrived, as Stevo’s fusion of techno beats and tabla loops created a techno house track that was very synthetic. The pulsing bass and TR-808 percussion added to the time’s alien quality, while the Mama India vocals and oriental synths seemed to have come from another space. Even the trance pads had a extterrestrial feel, thanks to Roland Jupiter 8, the Roland’s flagship synthesizer. Mama India had a dramatic tension that continued to build, and pulsate until it reached leg-buckling, brain-rushing proportions.
Stonebridge Turned Mama India Into A Funking Bass Monster
‘Mama India’ was one of the first tunes to inject oriental sounds into electronic dance music. It was also one of the foundation stones of techno and a key release in the history of club music, before the song escaped the confines of New York’s underground club scene. The fact that Mama India was also very hard to find only added to its cachet, because unless you had Mama India by Stevo on CD or knew someone who owned one of the ultra- rare original vinyl copies. Made by two DJs (Stevo and DJ Delani) it was a collision of techno sounds, basslines lifted from Kraftwerk, and a weirdly suggestive girl singing “Mama India”. It even had a rap on it. The harder ‘Extended’ mix immediately became a underground club hit.
Thousand People Screaming Out For One More Time Mama India (StoneBridge Mix)
Area 51 Records is so proud and honoured to present the massive sound of Mama India (StoneBridge Mix), and we couldn’t have a track like Mama India without a StoneBridge Mix on it. “This track is our answer to the tracks sweeping through the music scene – it gives us the ability to compete with the best labels in the world, but also enable us to stay cool,” says Kurt Seidnitzer, the Area 51 Records music executive.
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