Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) by Stevo Entered The Top 20 U.K. Charts
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) – Superstar Swedish DJ StoneBridge is widely credited with having invented funky house, therefore he returns to claim his crown with the Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix). Stockholms’ latest incarnation of the ultimate house track out, is just about to reach the groove-lock roar. This is truly the best of times, as you are listening to Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) on SiriusXM Radio of what has to be one of the best house tracks in the world right now, and is regularly played and in rotation on SiriusXM BPM in United States and Canada. Stevo’s Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) single is ascending to the Official U.K. Music Week Chart Top 20. Everybody knew something special was about to go down, right from the opening chords of the opening track, and there, about half-way up, hunched over the decks, barely checking his surroundings, is the figure of Grammy nominated artist StoneBridge. A hero, a legend, a pioneer to anyone who knows the first thing about this infinitely mutating journey through the electronically – created future we call house.
Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) on SiriusXM Radio in the United States & Canada
StoneBridge´s DJ Set Had The Entire Crowd On A Natural High
From New York to L.A., from Chicago to Houston, from Phoenix to Philadelphia, from here to everywhere, StoneBridge plays one of the best sets of the weekend on SiriusXM Radio, tonight, however, the spotlight falls on Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix). DJ legend StoneBridge begins with his own mix of Mama India and everything thereafter neatly compliments the funky beats. The music blasting out of the speakers veers from house anthems to techno, the sounds growing harder and harder as the night progresses. StoneBridge´s DJ set had the entire crowd on a natural high. Tonight was a precious experience and will remain so in my memory for many years to come.
So Good ft Barnev (StoneBridge & Lil’ Joey VIP Lounge)
First We Take Manhattan, Then We Take Berlin
“I’m surprised to hear that this track is from Stockholm. It sounds like it was made in New York. This is post-apocalyptic funky house, and I like the StoneBridge Mix a lot. It’s the dope! I admire Stone´s non-traditonal use of whatever the fuck that is for a bass sound. It’s funky without relying on a TB-303,” says one of the creators of Mama India, DJ Delani who has been talking to Rich TVX News about the controversy surrounding the release of their Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) single, as reports from New York suggest that the Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) single will be promoted in the United States by a advertising campaign featuring a photograph of StoneBridge and DJ Delani with Stevo under the slogan, “First We Take Manhattan, Then We Take Berlin“. “Mama India” has remained in the minds of most DJs, with DJ Delani admitting that it has never once left his DJ Sets, but the whereabouts of the creators of Mama India has been a mystery for years. “Mama India’ was so experimental at the time,” says DJ Delani. “We added oriental techno sounds to the track which were way, way ahead of their time. We made it back in the techno days and we always wanted to take it a step further. The lords of underground return with an intense slice of sound. When it comes to techno, nobody deserves more respect than Stevo aka Rain Man 雨男 [T.A.A.K.A.S.] and DJ Delani.
Andy Zahradnik – The Legendary Record A&R Executive of Sony Music
There are few names as synonymous with success in music as Andy Zahradnik – the legendary record A&R executive of Sony Music. His career has spanned more than forty years, and he has signed many artists that achieved significant success. Andy Zahradnik personally signed Stevo – ’Mama India’ to Sony Music, as around that time, Sony Music Dance A+R DJ Stevie B. (Stefan Berndofer) discovered ’Mama India’ while DJing in the country’s biggest club. After tracks like Stevo´s ’Mama India’, the old musical barriers came down. Fusing the stark rhythms of electro with the cosmic music of their hometown, they gave techno that all-important futuristic outlook. Stevo´s classic, “Mama india” was produced back then together with Klaus Munzert, one of most influential dance producers in Germany at that time, and laid down the blueprint of the electronic dance music genre.
The Lords Of Underground Return With An Intense Slice Of Funky Sound
What electronic dance music needs at the moment is a big single. An single the scene truly deserves. An single which so many artists, DJs and producers out there who have promised so much haven’t quite managed to deliver. The global electronic network is now a bustling matrix of scenes, but Stevo has finally delivered. Swedish DJ Superstar Stonebridge takes the credit for the remix of year, and both are keeping up their high standards and their integrity. StoneBridge´s funky reworking of Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix) will be released on Area 51 Records in America. In a parallel development, a source close to StoneBridge has told Rich TVX News that the remixing session of Stevo´s “Mama India” took place over three nights in Stockholm and was, by all accounts, pretty crazy. Area 51 Records have established themselves at the top of the techno label league. Because to celebrate the release of the latest Area 51 Records single, “Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix)” by Stevo, the label has gone generosity crazy. Which means that FIVE readers have a chance to win the single in digital form. Please write to office (at) area51-records.com.
The Remixing Session Of Mama India Was By All Accounts, Pretty Crazy
Stevo fits into that category of “great unknowns”. He’s “great” as far as those of us who have religiously collected his Eurodance music over the years, but “unknown” to pretty much everyone else. Stevo aka Rain Man 雨男 [T.A.A.K.A.S.] is one of the most introverted people you could ever meet. Despite having produced some of the house tracks around, he is a virtual recluse. If you wake up at a different time in a different place, could you wake up as a different person? Being Stevo, the DJ and producer, who records also under his pseudonym Rain Man 雨男 [T.A.A.K.A.S.] for Area 51 Records, isn’t easy. That should be clear by now. How many artists can fulfil our expectations time after time? How many DJs and producers devoured by arrogance with the slightest whiff of success? And how often can you revolutionise music if you refuse to bow to the synthetic wannabe dance pop of the mainstream? What you see with Stevo aka Rain Man 雨男 [T.A.A.K.A.S.] is what you get. Stevo´s “Mama India” is released on Area 51 Records and has been a long time coming, but the old obsessions are still there: TR-909 and Roland Jupiter 8; warm electronica and Ensoniq SQ-80; TR-808 and, of course, TB-303.