The crew we got
is diverse & eclectic
Groovers & Shakers consists of two friends, Aldo and Adam, each with a very diverse taste in music and each sharing a dedication for deejaying and records. It all started way back, from their early years of listening to 80s hip hop music and breakdancing to playing in rock bands as teens and eventually getting into deejaying in high school. As the time passed, one thing was certain their admiration for music expanded.
Fast forward to around 2009, the deejay duo began making mixtapes and spinning occasional gigs together. Although, at the time they did not officially refer to themselves as Groovers & Shakers the foundation was already there. With each one having a distinct musical background listeners can expect an eclectic mix of music that is refreshing and satisfying to the ears.
In addition to deejaying each of the members is using their side talents and skills to make Groovers & Shakers a much better show and experience for the listener. Adam handles the production and Aldo oversees design. Tune in and be part of the Groovers & Shakers family as we preserve vinyl culture through the diversity of music.
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#19. A Tropical Bass Heavy Mix With Guests Ghetto Palm Sounds
Groovers and Shakers is back with episode #19. A Tropical Bass Heavy Mix With Guests Ghetto Palm Sounds. In our latest episode, special guest, Dj Tiki Rumbero from the Ghetto Palm Sounds collective opens up the show by taking us on a Latin rhythms expedition that starts off with more traditional sounds such as cumbia and merengue as he works his way to more modern tropical bass sounds. Afterwards, we sit down with Tiki Rumbero and talk a little more about the origins of Ghetto Palm Sounds and current artists putting out tropical bass music. The bass gets turned up a couple levels more once our second guest and Ghetto Palm Sounds co-founder Cheebo kicks off his Latin electronic tropical set. Guaranteed to make you groove! That’s right things start to bump and hit hard as Cheebo plays tropical bass joint after joint. After his set, we sit down and discuss his early days deejaying and his enjoyment for playing tropical bass music now. All this plus more on episode#19. A Tropical Bass Heavy Mix With Guests Ghetto Palm Sounds.
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