Wed, 20 Nov 2013 / Post a commentAnother solid artist joins our podcast series. He’s from Chicago too. In the latest “eighties”, Ricardo Miranda started to approach electronic music by using drum machines. Each of his releases, also under the name of Latin Soul Brothas, is considered as an important example of what house music was in the past and what it is nowadays for all music lovers. Here, in this mix, music brings us back in time, giving us emotions and warming up our souls.
|Aliases / ||Defend:R, Latin Soul Brothas, Yonurican|
* Bangn' on the same drum machine since '86
* Pissed off teachers as a student pounding House beats on desk all day.
* Spent years recording mixes from Chicago's WRRG, WBMX AM/FM, WGCI to cassette tape on a big Pioneer Radio.
* Made crude edit/remix/pause tapes to a wood panel tape deck.
* Staunch defender of Chicago House Music.
* Never been to the Warehouse, Bismarck, Janel's, Medusa's, Musik Boxx, or Shelter.
* Charted on endless playlist under the Latin Soul Brothas, Yonurican, and of course Ricardo Miranda.
* Appearances on Neroli, Reincarnation, Rush House, Stilmusic, Strictly Jaz Unit, Minuendo, Noble Square & many more.
* Student of electronic music.
|On the internet|
|RA DJ Page / ||residentadvisor.net/dj/ricardomiranda|
|Website / ||djricardomiranda.com|
|Soundcloud / ||soundcloud.com/noblesquare|
|Discogs / ||discogs.com/artist/ricardo+miranda|
|Facebook / ||facebook.com/latinsoulbrothas|
The double-disc set, due out later this month, brings together out-of-print and exclusive cuts from the imprint.