FROM THE FOUNDERS OF BALKAN BEAT BOX COMES SHOTNEZ, to be released today April 5th

Maybe you’ve heard … Shotnez is the self-titled debut by the founders of Balkan Beat Box, Ori Kaplan and Tamir Muskat. It mixes Middle Eastern and eastern European influences with noise Rock and crime Jazz, in other words punk rock minimalism meets Middle Eastern complexities… and it’s as badass as it sounds.

The result of this fusion is a mix of high-speed chase appropriate electric-guitar odes to brass anthems peppered with tin-can percussion beats, frantic globe-trotting sex appeal, interludes reminiscent of when Pontoffel Pock first meets Neepha Pheepha. Sober tracks like Golden Apples give way to uber-sexy tracks like Swag, and before you know it you’re in the middle of a mental bar fight listening to Chaos on repeat.

The debut album will be released into the wild on JDub Digital on April 5, 2011, That means TODAY and your Burdel Dali Crew have exclusive and amazing news for all our comrades! We’ve got the first single off the album for your listening pleasure…

♪ Shotnez – “Stolen Goods”

Be sure to check out the whole album! We’ll keep you up to date on Shotnez projects & events as they hit!

—Raphlex & Mishka

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Top 20 at your Burdel this 2010

Another year has passed by and with it our memories and favorites songs that made you instantly get on the dance floor.
2010 was a huge year in music and we are bringing you the top 20 songs (and some videos) of the year according to burdeldali.com

Zona za Lubov – Violeta

We not speak Americano – Yolanda Be Cool and DCUP

Asta Seara e Petrecere – Nicolae Guta & Costi Ionita

Loca Chico – Trujillo

Arrinconamela – Gritos de Guerra

Pala Tute – Gogol Bordello

Thessaloniki (Uproot Andi remix) – Acquaragia Drom

Turk Disko – Balagan

La Carencia – Panteon Rococo

Britchka – Gypsy Talisman

Suntem Made In Romania – Ionut Cercel

I saw you dancing – Potav and Nastya

Digital Monkey – Balkan Beat Box

Govinda – Windadaya

Zvezda Rok-n-Rolla – Leningrad

Chupchik – goran bregovic

romanian trip

Kiril

La Incorfortable

Hold the line (Frikstailers remix) Major Lazer