The cover master, Rafi eL is back! (more…)
MPeach is a Latina del futuro, a Latin of the future, as she titles one of her latest tracks. The future however feels like a question, about what once was and what still is Latin America today. Maybe the answer is in her lyrics, sensual and street-wise, straight out of Caracas, the capital of Venezuela… (more…)
Our man with the photoshop plan, Talacha, has been the eye behind the visual identity of Dutty Artz for a few years now (buy his T-Shirts here!). Not content to stick with one medium, Diego has always been lurking in the shadows behind the DJ booth, and unbeknownst to myself, picking up a thing or two from the audio-mixation world along the way! (more…)
Watch MPeach and friends ride around Caracas on motorcycles, looking through kaleidoscopes, tagging buildings, and burning christmas trees. (more…)
Tomorrow night October 1st, Picó Picante is hosting the release party for MPEACH’s debut album Malania at Cameo Gallery. We’re ready to take over the space with sets by #KUNQ artist/island industrial hermano False Witness and Riobamba, as well as a special flamingo guest to be announced oh so soon.
Tickets are $5 in advance, and $8 at the door, and we start right at midnight.
DUTTY ARTZ SPECIAL….
The new solo album from Branko is called Club Atlas and it’s covers so much new ground. Guest appearances from Princess Nokia, DJ Sliink, Mr MFN eXquire, The Clerk and loads more all round it out to present his very unique perspective on global club culture. The man behind Buraka Som Systema and Enchufada records touches down in NYC to present this new collaborative work and he’s bringing Peru’s Dengue Dengue Dengue and NYC’s Que Bajo to add to the matter. Be the first to post the flyer Instagram and tag all parties involved to win a pair of free tickets.
MPeach’s debut LP Malania out now! (more…)
Que Bajo is partnering with Dub Champions Festival of New York to bring together a who’s who of New York tropical DJ crews for an epic end of summer jam and to celebrate the influence of Jamaican Dub and Reggae on Latin American music. (more…)
Dutty Artz has always been into multisensory experiences, especially ones that help us link across and through borders, making conscious links across the globe and celebrating flavors that don’t get enough love. A few years back at Beyond the Block in Sunset Park, we made sure food trucks with Chinese and Mexican food kept people fed. This month we bring it in-house with BRUNCH GOZÓN, the first of a series of daytime (into early evening) music-and-food experiences, kicking off Sunday, August 30th from 12pm-7pm at TBA Brooklyn (395 Wythe Ave on the corner of South 6th Street). (more…)