April 12, 2017
Elizabeth Merrick-Jefferson is one of those artists who seem low-key. There’s not a lot of information about her, if any, except for the existence of the first two records and a lone interview. One released in 2013 and the other in 2014. Listening to either record tells you her music might be a lot of things, but low-key isn’t one of them. Powerful and colourful, direct, and with 313 references embedded in its DNA, she pulls it off with style.
April 15, 2017
UK producer Allen Saei aka Aubrey is no stranger to Burek family, having already remixed Information Ghetto's "Inspiration" track for Burek in 2013 and DJ Stingray's "Communication System" track released on Barba in 2015. On 13th Barba release Aubrey delivers a mature and consistent space-themed club 12" titled "Space Funk".
April 13, 2017
Barba hits its 12th edition with one of the coolest records in its catalogue. Having said that, if you have an expectation on how a Barba record should sound - this one might throw you a curveball. Russian producer Information Ghetto (aka Clapan aka Dennis Korsunski) is no stranger to Burek/Barba/Pomalo family and on this 12" he's pulling all the right moves.
April 13, 2017
Our friend in Los Angeles, Cromie, comes through for the 34th edition of our Burek podcast. Cromie, whose music has appeared on labels like 100% Silk and Urulu's Amadeus, provides a mix that charts a course through rough and tumble house vibes, new and old, straight, swung and broken, for an eventful musical ride.
Feb. 16, 2017
As the spring arrives and nature awakening after the winter takes firm hold, we bring you the new Burek podcast. Stepping forward for this we have Berlin's great underground artist, Renate’s resident bad-boys, masters of pirate radio transmissions (Renate Podcast / Radio Renate) and lead cat herders for their now defunct Whiskey Tango Foxtrott nights - Samanta Fox.
Sept. 28, 2016
We're back with our first podcast after summer! And we're very pleased that the inimitable Kito Jempere (Fata Morgana, Freerange, We Play House), the Russian funkmeister supreme, has contributed a real tour-de-freak of a selection. Encapsulating soul, balearic, acid and house cuts, disco and African funk, Kito delivered a seriously tight, home listening mix.