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Zoo Brazil

Zoo Brazil

Zoo Brazil


John Andersson and Johan Emmoth are the creative force behind Zoo Brazil. Also recording as Laid, Cuba Computers, Nars and Outcold, they have steadily carved out a reputation as a highly innovative and respected production and DJ team. The pair are prolific producers and DJs, having worked with some of the world's best known artists - for example Human League. With their remix work contributing to the catalogues of a host of admired underground dance acts, like Blaze (Slip N Slide) and Zoot Woman (Wall of Sound). Read more on Last.fm
John Andersson and Johan Emmoth are the creative force behind Zoo Brazil. Also recording as Laid, Cuba Computers, Nars and Outcold, they have steadily carved out a reputation as a highly innovative and respected production and DJ team. The pair are prolific producers and DJs, having worked with some of the world's best known artists - for example Human League. With their remix work contributing to the catalogues of a host of admired underground dance acts, like Blaze (Slip N Slide) and Zoot Woman (Wall of Sound). They have remixed for labels such as Music For Freaks, Paper Recordings and 20:20 Vision to name but a few. On their first release on GPM, Zoo Brazil show their ability to deliver infectious electronic grooves.

All three tracks are aimed squarely at the dancefloor, with stripped back 4/4 beats driving through acid squelches, raw synth stabs and minimal percussion. The lead track, 'Walk Right Back' is already creating a stir on floors in London and Berlin, with more set to follow. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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