If you’re in the mood to dance and really get down, then let the Que Bajo Deejays show you how.
The Que Bajo dance parties began in 2008, with DJ/Producers Geko Jones and Uproot Andy bringing tropical dance party music to Rose Live in Brooklyn, Santos Party House in Manhattan, and where it all started: Remezcla’s DJ Wave party at 205 Club also in Manhattan. Alone, these two DJ’s are talent-machines. While Uproot Andy is considered the leader in tropical bass music, with releases in ZZK Records, Bersa Discos and more, Geko, of renowned Dutty Artz fame, had already started throwing the NY Tropical parties in Brooklyn to showcase digital cumbia when he met Andy. Not surprisingly, when the two come together, their mezcla of Caribbean, African and Latin American sounds make for cutting edge tracks in mashup styles such as cumbia nueva, tropical bass, African House and dancehall.
The Brooklyn-based DJ’s are kicking off their first ever tour tonight in Chicago, and Remezcla wants you to get the party started with this exclusive FREE track, titled ‘Manuelita’. And while dancing in the mirror at home is fun, the real party can be found when they hit the road in September and October:
September 16: Rumba (Chicago, IL)
September 23: Blue Room at Revolution Room (San Antonio, TX)
September 24: Etro Lounge (Houston, TX)
September 25: Martells (Houston, TX)
September 26: The Parish (Austin, TX)
September 29: Wildness at Silver Platter (Los Angeles, CA)
October 2: Transit Lounge (Miami, Florida)
October 24: Zizek Club 3er Aniversario at Niceto Club (Buenos Aires, Argentina)