Featuring as one of four artists on Shanghaied’s ‘Let’s Get Shanghaied’s Miami 1.0’ VA, Juany Bravo has been flexing his studio muscle as of late, with an onslaught of tech-house infused dancefloor bombs on a plethora of the biggest labels in the business. To say hailing from America and spending a year in Spain has had an influence on Juany’s sound would be an understatement. His extensive list of musical influences has resulted in productions that are infused with mind-boggling levels of groove, not to mention the underlining layer of tribal elements taken from his recent time spent in Thailand.
Taking on the sounds of the world in his own unique blend of tech infused house music, Juany has truly found the crux of his style with productions that pack-a-punch, and ‘Ese Cuero’ is no exception. Releasing on the likes of In The Loop, Sleazy G, Lapsus and GoDeeva Records is now something of the norm for Juany, and next up it’s Shanghaied to host. Listen here.
Featuring Luke Beswick, Caruana, Jack Wilton and Juany Bravo, the VA is the perfect ammunition to take to Miami and has already received mammoth support and a big thumbs-up from Richy Ahmed, Hector Couto, Joseph Capriati, Richie Hawtin, Shiba San, Mark Knight, Paco Osuna, Sonny Fodera and many more.
Infectious tribal and salsa overtones are scattered throughout this one, through the chanting vocals, steel drums and piano melodies, it’s certainly not short of danceability. A whole array of percussion layers drives the thundering backbeat into a Miami-worthy jam that will have you dusting off the sunglasses and digging out the flip-flops in no time. A perfect fusion of Latin-America and house, this is a classic demonstration of Juany’s impeccable production skills. On producing the track, he added:
“Most of the inspiration for my tracks comes from the music I grew up listening to like hip-hop, Latin music (salsa, merengue, Spanish rock), and house. For ‘Ese Cuero’ I really tapped into my Latino roots, and the groove and drums on the track are a perfect example of this. I love the vibe and atmosphere that Latin percussion elicits, and I feel that you can really see that with most of my tracks, I just can’t seem to get away from that style of sounds.”
You’ll soon be hearing a lot more of ‘Ese Cuero,’ Miami has officially started.