MoombahWhaat?! vám tentokrát přináší jednoho z nejvýznamnějších Moombahton producentů a hip-hop DJs této planety !!! PICKSTER ONE !!!
Moombah...Whaaat?! Moombahton!! ...weird, mutated bastard musical genre, combinig dancehall, reggaeton, electro, tropical house, cumbia and probably a lot more... sometimes sounds like electro remix of jamaican ragga dancehall anthem done by balkanian metal band... tempo circa 108 bpm, chopped vocals, rythms borrowed from dancehall and latino music... and yes, girls can really dance to it!!
Moombah...Cooo?! Moombahton!! ...podivnej, zmutovanej žánr, kterej v sobě kombinuje dancehall, reggaeton, electro, tropical house, cumbii a asi i hodně dalších věcí...občas to může znít jako electro remix nějaký jamajský ragga hymny od balkánský metalový kapely... tempo kolem 108 bpm, “rozsekaný” (chopped) vokály, rytmy vypůjčený z dancehallu a latino muziky... a holkám se na to super tancuje!!
As a leader in innovative style, Pickster quickly began to form one of the first ever “turntable bands” entitled Morse Code in the late 1990′s. Morse Code blew away the competition with its truly revolutionary rhythmic sounds—the first of its kind. Performing constantly around the nation, Morse Code quickly became an international act as they were asked to perform at the Disco Mixing Challenge (DMC Battle) USA Finals in 2004. Morse Code performed as featured special artist, performing a tribute set to legendary Jamaster Jay of Run DMC at the Henry Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, in front of a sold out theatre.
In 2009, Pickster revamped his creative style and hit the electronic music scene like a Cat 5 hurricane. Playing hundreds of rave events and festivals, Pickster continues to tear up the Phoenix Electro and House dance scenes with his Hip-Hop/Scratch roots to party rock, pop wheelies and often brings something new to keep his fan base strong in the ever-changing electronic dance scene. Just this past year, Pickster shared the stage with Z-Trip, Bassnectar, Glitchmob, A-Trak, Diplo, Santigold, and Rusko, to name a few.