Solta a Franga

sat 31 jan 2009 00:00 

A party without borders. This week composed by DJ x-0-x.

DJ x-0-x, or Arjan van Sorge, cross-zero-crosses through past and present of different kinds of music and sounds from a wide variety of countries. For Solta A Franga, the emphasis lies on electronic beats from all corners of the world – as long as  it’s nice and funky and the sharp edge crackles excitedly. DJ x-0-x is active from hotspots of Russia to Ruigoord and in varying places such as the Melkweg or the Van Gogh Museum.
See also: www.myspace.com/solta_a_franga
CD ‘Alternately Deep’ (2006). Big Dada
1. ‘Double Drat’ – Roots Manuva
CD ‘AlphaBhangraPsychedelicFunkin’’ (1999).Nation Records
2. ‘Mutation’ – Recycler
CD ‘Indestructible Asian Beats 2’ (2003) Manteca
3. ‘Sensi & Foxy’ – Recycler
CD ‘Khal Nayak’ (1993)
4. ‘Choli Ke Peeche’ – Alka Yagnik, Ila Arun & Chorus
CD ‘Jumu Presents Nu Juwish Music’ (2007). JUMU
5. ‘A Time Of Desire’ – Frank London’s Klezmer Brass Allstars
CD  ‘Gondwana’ (2002). Log Music
6. ‘Shaky’ – Boneman
CD ‘Watch TV Presents The After School Special’ (2000). HiTop Records
7. ‘El Chalao’ – Nava
CD ‘Global Warming
8. ‘Timba’ – Las Locas
CD ‘Solar Shears’ (2001). Compass Records
9. ‘Bjork’s Chauffeur: The Baker From Foz / Bjork’s Chauffeur / Hurley’s House’
CD  ‘Dope Beats Vol. 1 Jusqu’ici Tout Va Bien’ (2004). Supadope Records
10. ‘Cedar Creek’ – Cedric Benoit & DJ Matsa
CD ‘Twice In A Blue Moon’ (2008). Flashover Recordings
11. ‘Shanti’ – Ferry Corsten
CD ‘Texas’ (1996). Zen Master Records & Publishing
12. ‘Texas’ – Wimme Saari
CD ‘Light Tribe’ (2008) Sony BMG / Blue Frog
13. ‘Who Says’ – Shaa’ir & Func