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Audio: Buraka Som Sistema's Clash Mix [Mixtape]


The boys from Buraka Som Sistema, pictured in some crazy Dia de los Muertos facepaint above, have been pretty busy touring Komba and cursing Jersey Shore this year. Despite all that, they recently gathered forces to craft a 50-minute mix for Clash Music which includes "cuts from Enchufada favorites like Pocz & PachekoWILDLIFE! and Mélé, as well as the techno veteran Joey Beltram, dubstep pioneer Caspa and of course, from Buraka themselves." Download and see a tracklist below.

>>>Download: Buraka Som Sistema's Clash Mix

(H/T Clash via Enchufada)

TRACKLIST

1. Justin Martin – Ruff Stuff

2. Keith & Supabeatz vs. Slap in The Bass – Smoka (Astronomar Remix)

3. Zombie Disco Squad feat. DJ Funk- Twerk

4. Aero Manyelo – Black Blue Green

5. WILDLIFE! Feat. J-Wow – DNO

6. The Martin Brothers – Stoopid

7. Pocz & Pacheko- Aguascalientes

8. Joey Beltram – Forklift

9. Zulu – I.N.C.L.E.H.

10. Beny Banks – Bada Bing (Rudimental Remix)

11. Buraka Som Sistema – We Stay Up All Night (Botnek Remix)

12. Dismantle – Detonate

13. DZC Deejays – Ta Maluka (Branko Edit)

14. Gregor Salto and DJ Gregory – Vem Rebola

15. Buraka Som Sistema – Tira o Pe (Instrumental)

16. Caspa – Jungle Juice

17. Baauer – Yaow!

18. Flosstradamus – Total recall

19. Distal – Rattlesnake

20. Melé – Gold Casio + Look at me now (Branko ’145′ Edit)

21. Buraka Som Sistema – Hangover (Caspa Remix)

22. Buraka Som Sistema – A$$

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