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Артист: Joyce Muniz feat. Bam Название: Back In The Days Жанр: House Год выхода: 2014 Label: Exploited/EXPDIGITAL60 О музыке: Since Richie Hawtin played this track in his Boiler Room Set on Ibiza, many people have been asking about
this Joyce Muniz collab. The track features fresh vocals by Bam (formerly known as MC Baby Bam) from the legendary 90ies hip-hop group The Jungle
Bothers (Native Tongues/Zulu Nation). The beat is based around a sample from Kraftwerk's 'It's More Fun To Compute,' and for this
version we've actually got full approval from Kraftwerk (yes - guess what). So we're happy to release it now. Hope you dig it too. Artwork
by Neven Cvijanovic from Floor 5. Covershoot by Johanna Rauch.
nFo about the artist
Born in 1983 in Sao Paulo, Joyce Muniz arrived in Vienna during the mid nineties and was soon
introduced to the vibrant Viennese electronic music scene. Short after her first DJ gig at the tender age of 16, she began collaborating as a vocalist
with Markus Dohelsky aka Shanti Roots (Vienna Scientists) and I-Wolf (Sofa Surfers/Klein Records). In 2006, Muniz teamed up with Stereotyp and d the
first Funk Mundial 12” “Uepa/Jece Valadao” (Man Recordings) and Ku bo Ep 1 and 2. In 2007, she and Shanti Roots started producing under the name
of Monte Laa Prod and released their first 12”.
In 2008 she contributed her vocals to the Cusmos (Herwig Kusatz ad Karl Möestls) track “Garoto,” which is was released on the Kruder
Dorfmeister label G-stone. Joyce Muniz also did some collaboration with Flore, Buscemi and Skero. Her first solo release "Party Over Here" debuted
November 2010 on Shir Khan's well known label Exploited and received massive DJ support throughout Europe. DJ Mag has hailed it "the electro
single of the month".
Joyce Muniz second release “Bedstories” was heavy pumping big-boned party house with some serious momentum reminiscent of Mr.G, Cosmin TRGs rework
went somewhere far more abstract and intriguing with an Actress-alike Detroit/South London swingjackers’s mix, while Mr. Ho gave it the filtered
disco-house treatment for fans of Toby Tobias or Wbeeza.
Joyce Muniz is featured as a singer on the current Munk Album “The Beat and the Bird” out on Gomma, remixed the classic house anthem “Lovely
Daee” by Blaze out on Defected and just scored No.4 in the Deephouse Beatport-Charts with her “Malicia”-Single.
“Pulp Fiction” is her 3rd release on the Berlin label Exploited. With “Pulp Fiction” Joyce shows the variety of her production and music
taste. For Example: Louie Austen meets Joyce Muniz: a definite must hear. The perfect mix between Sinatra, Barry White and Leonard Cohen on Joyce’s
melodic house steroids. In “New in Town” Joyce teams up with Sketch who was already featured on her Top4 Deephouse-Beatport-single “Malicia”.
“Pray for Peace” is pure tropical future afro house while “Back Down” is jacking house in the sense of Sneak but with those melancholic Julio
“Messing With My Mind“ Ep (part 1 and part 2) were released to the top of the Beatport charts in March and June 2012. It features a Joyce Muniz
exclusive remix of the Amp Fiddler track “When the Morning Comes“.
In addition to her DJing and production work, Joyce earned an Amadeus (Austrian equivalent to a Grammy) for her vocal work with Austrian rapper Skero
on the hit single "Kabininparty", which won the "Best Song of the Year" award, as well as 2 other nominations.
Furthermore, Joyce Muniz released the Ep“pin’ Pressure“ on legendary UK House Label 20/20 Vision.
Since Joyce Muniz’s “Trust Your Enemies” Single came out in March (her 4th release on Exploited) – she’s remixed Maya Jane Coles’
“Burning Bright feat. Kim Ann Foxman”, Tosca’s “Ende Mai”, Claptone’s “Maximum”, Blaze’s “Lovely Dae”, Stereo MC’s “Sunny
Day”, Munk’s “Mis Labios”, Robert Owens Jet Project’s “Say The Word”, Amp Fiddler’s “When The Morning Comes” among others and
her cuts have been snapped up for numerous DJ mixes and best-of-summer comps. Joyce has also produced the entire album “What A Comeback!” of
Europe’s one and only crooner Louie Austen.
Now Brazilian-raised, Vienna-based producer returns on Exploited with her tightest, deepest house yet: “Please Break My Heart feat. Dave”.
The original version has a more pop-orientated vibe while the Deep Underground Mix is for all the Headz real Discjocks out there.
Lately, Richie Hawtin featured a new tune of hers in his Boiler Room Set: A collaboration of rapper Baby Bam from legendary Hip Hop Group The Jungle
Brothers. Stay tuned for more info.
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01. Joyce Muniz feat. Bam - Back In The Days (Original Mix)