Sign Up Now | Log In

Member Login


High Speed Downloads

Tricky D – Equanimity (2014)
[MP3 Version]

8946 downloads at 13 mb/s

Tricky D – Equanimity (2014)
[FLAC Version]

9672 downloads at 25 mb/s

Tricky D – Equanimity (2014)

20-09-2014, 16:19
Music | Nu Jazz | Funk | Electronic

Tricky D – Equanimity (2014)

Artist: Tricky D
Title Of Album: Equanimity
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: BBE
Genre: Breakbeats,Dubstep,Nu Jazz,Smooth Funk
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 13
Total Time: 01:07:10
Total Size: 170 MB

01. Tricky D & Lianna - Time; Los Secundos Nunca Parra (feat. Jupiter) (04:25)
02. Tricky D & Tango Crash - Alberto Dub (feat. Hernan Lopez Newbery) (05:02)
03. Tricky D - Fight You With the Love (feat. Katya Tasheva) (07:52)
04. Tricky D - Equanimity (05:13)
05. Tricky D - The Square (feat. Terrence (Alfonso) Borwy) (04:27)
06. Tricky D - Music Control (04:39)
07. Tricky D & Mr. Baba - Who's Gonna Be Responsible? (feat. Lianna) (03:35)
08. Tricky D - Latin Seed (04:22)
09. Tricky D - Imprudente (feat. Big Mancilla) (05:14)
10. Tricky D - Campaign of War (05:31)
11. Tricky D - Fire Baby (06:22)
12. Aldubb - So Many Tears (Tricky D Refix) [feat. Nuewella Love] (05:26)
13. Tricky D - What's Wrong With Schools (04:57)

Sadly Tricky D is not a long lost collaboration between 90s heroes Tricky and Baby D. However, he is a self-proclaimed 'breakbeat ambassador' who does indeed hail from the '90s. Berlin-based, he's carved a niche for himself by releasing intense, future dub and running a record shop. "Equanimity" boasts 13 tracks that display a newfound maturity, incorporating soulful dub reggae, hazy breakbeats, dubstep and smooth funk to his faultless production style.

Croatian-born DJ/Producer/electronic musician Dean Bagar was active for decades in the electronic music scene before the release of Equanimity, his 2014 debut as Tricky D. A long-term interest in drum-n-bass and 2-step forms led naturally to the dubstep bass, ambient patches, and downtempo beats that make up this incredibly laid-back set, all coated in thick influences from reggae, dub, and ragga. Deep bass and swaggering female vocals swim through nods to tropical funk, jungle rhythms, and an eclectic variety of sounds lifted from the history of house, garage, and reggae-derived club music. Highlights include the dancehall bark of "Who's Gonna Be Responsible?" and soulful synth workout "So Many Tears."

Tired of advertising and pop-ups? Join Now on IsraBox
Register on IsraBox allows you to access to the full resources. You can see torrent links, leave your comments, see hidden text, minimum advertising (no pop-ups), ask for supports and much more.

  • 80
3 voted


Users of are not allowed to comment this publication.