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Boomkat Product Review:
Bazzerk put Venezuelan Ghetto music in the spotlight following Jess & Crabbe's brilliant 'African Digital Dance' compilation. Spanning 20 tracks from names you've almost certainly never encountered before, 'Changa Tuki Classics' showcases a sound equally inspired by '90s electronic dance music styles and Latin street funk, manifesting a sort of favela donk primarily played out and consumed in Venezuela's more underground, perhaps less salubrious nightclubs. And we've no doubt that some dirt cheap and high grade beak plus a night of this stuff could equate to a lot of fun (as in lots and lots of fun). We can hear traces of current Dutch hardcore rubbing up with galloping schranz drums in DJ Yirvin's 'Metelo Sacalo' or his almost Blawan-style 'Tomalo Todo', and grubbier techno, y'know the Mark EG sort, cropping up in DJ Ronald's 'Body Bass edit', while the likes of DJ Baba and Raptor House offer a more rugged, syncopated style called Raptor House that's closer to Baile Funk, and there's even possible traces of Eski house in Jairomendezz's 'Mariwana', although we might be pushing it there. While stigmatised in its own country for being the sound of an undesirable youth, it's most likely going to find a new home with erasmus kids and ex-pats in London clubs, but it's also a lot of fun and practically guaranteed to get your party started. Mix it with some Albanian bugle tunes and you've got a night on your hands.