Once again the Pineapple Republic massive brought their unique brand of latin and caribbean heat to the Goodgod Danceteria. Special guests Huwston and Klue went deep on the african rhythms and the Doll Squadron 101 cracked necks with a killer live performance.
Here is a mix for you to listen to till the next party…
Another instalment of Pineapple Republic went down last Saturday night and again it heaved! A party that has been growing since day one and one of the only spots in Sydney where you get to hear the variety of tunes run to a full dance floor. We hit capacity just after 12 and were faced with the prospect of turning away mega lines of tropical worshippers. Huge vibes the whole night and bigups everyone that came throug!! We have a Day of The Dead celebration on the on Nov 1st where we have joined forces with some of the cities finest!! Details here>> DAY OF THE DEAD
Here are some freeloads of some of the biggest tunes of the night
Warming up to this Saturday’s Pineapple Repblic, we started off the show with some of the hottest reggaeton. We then rounded it off with some reggae and even got topical (not tropical) with The Herd’s 77%.
Joyride graced us with his presence and sat through a game of Cake where he miraculously got 5 out of 5. Joyride’s set was a mashup of classic hip hop and r’n b. Then it got pretty damn sexy.
Oh – and I ate the meanest, sweetest and juiciest navel orange. Shabba, Shabba, Shabba Ranks. Shabba, Shabba, Shabba Ranks.
Lorna – Papi Chulo
El General – Samba Hey
Cousin Cole – Enemies Get No Water
Grupo Socavon – Homenaje a Justino (Uproot Andy RMX)
Bert On Beats – Piano Loco (Chong X Remix)
Top Billin – Sleng Teng Moomba Break
O.G. Black & Guayo El Bandido – Bugutu (Chong X RMX)
MC Joe – Abajo E’ La Cosita
The Hackney Empire ft. Kastro – Fraudian Slip (Uproot Andy Remix)
The Herd – 77%
Toto La Momposina – Curura
Magoo & Timbaland – Indian Flute
Quantic & Anita Tijoux – Doo Wop (That Thing) [feat. Iara Renno]
Freddie Gibbs – Bout It Bout It feat. Kirko Bangz
J. Cole – Chris Tucker ft 2 Chainz
A$AP Ferg – Shabba (feat. A$AP Rocky)
V.A.D.O. – Gangsta ft Mavado & Ace Hood
Stylo G – Soundbwoy (The Heatwave Refix)
Horrorshow – Nice Guys Finish Last ft Joyride
So the two month wait for Pineapple republic is finally over, which means this Saturday the 24th of August we happily take you back to the our Tropical hideaway in the Tatler bunker. Step into our below sea level oasis where plastic palm trees line the booth and pineapple platters reign supreme. Resident selectors join the dots between Latin heat from the coasts of Colombia to the belly of tropical bass from the clubs of Buenos Aires, Fania Classics to slept on 90’s Reggaeton, Up to the time Dancehall from the islands, deep Afro vibes and healthy doses of Brazilian Boogie and Funk.
Shantan Wantan Ichiban (Stolen Records/ Dutty Dancing) Mike Who (Astral People/ Stolen Records) Señor Bolivar (Bar Tropicale) Tropicante Sound Sistema (Bar Tropicale)
& Special Guest Ability
Plus a showcase from BRAZILIAN DANCERS – SAMBALOCAS
Only 5 bones to join the republic.
Byo tropical wears, prepare to sweat!!
10pm till forever..
Our Colombian connection Señor Bolivar dropped by the show last week for a big mix to get you hyped for Saturday. Listen and download Below.
Listen: La Yegros- Viene de Mi (Captain Planet Remix)
At 11pm, when the club was empty, we had those doubts that every party host has – “Shit, nobody is going come. Nobody likes us. Think I will eat some worms”.
Fortunately, we avoided a diet of worms. By 12 midnight, the dancefloor was already heaving and a line gathered outside the door of Tatler as folks squeezed into our tropical basement party.
With Charlie Villas, Mike Who, Shantan Wantan Ichiban, Tropicante and Sr Bolivar throwing down Caribbean Rhythms more pineapples were kissed, inflatable palm trees were danced with, and all were merry.
Here is a mix I did to keep you going till the next party in mid-August!
People drank, danced and were merry. We kicked off with Huwston warming up the room with an all vinyl, high energy set of afro-latin funk vibes. By 11pm he had the dancefloor in full swing, ready for Mr Who and Ichiban to take over with a Moombah-Latin-Dancehall onslaught, then Sr. Bolivar and Tropicante took the night home with the crowd hanging on to every tune till the early hours of the morning. Through out the night 101 Doll Squadron brought the carnival vibes with a couple of explosive dance performances and costume changes.