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3 years after the release of the quickly sold out first “Southern Hemisphere EP”, Budabeats Records proudly presents the second instalment of the series.

The concept worked pretty well last time, so there is no change in this regard: four exciting selections from all over the world with no musical boundaries, suiting a packed dancefloor on a Saturday night just as well as your afternoon pool party the day after.

On side A the forgotten 1984 boogie masterpiece, “Revelacao”, by legendary performer Emilio Santiago gets the edit treatment from the TropiCals duo, then, with “Lluvia Acida” Budabeats staple Chillum Trio creates a 10 minute long acidic tropical shower.

On the flip Karl Planck, founder of the genius musical time machine known as, shows us how to adjust a 90's dance tune from Egypt to the current dancefloor, then we wrap things up with the oriental tinged fusion house tune “Scarabeus” by Balint Boldizsar.

The EP is limited to 300 copies worldwide.


Matt says: Expert holiday music here from a global assortment of premier players. Dancing and hammocking is order of the day, dependant entirely upon own inebriation and energy levels.


A1. Emílio Santiago - Revelacao (TropiCals Edit)
A2. Chillum Trio - Lluvia Acida
B1. Cheb Arab - Law Kan (Karl Planck Edit)
B1. Balint Boldizsar - Scarabeus

Speiz Boiz

Speizbanger / Breakbottle

Speiz Bois is a trio of three seasoned Hungarian musicians active in countless other projects (think of the already cult Jazzbois outfit) playing a unique fusion of hip-hop, spaced out psychedelic grooves and melancholic 80's guitar sounds.

'SpeizBanger' on side A is one of those timeless songs that are hard to be described, but we are pretty sure this is what an imaginary demo by random members of BadBadNotGood and Khruangbin, recorded in a smokey Budapest home studio would sound like.

'BreakBottle' on the flip starts off as a more conventional live groove until the ethereal synths and guitar harmonies come in, from then it sounds like the fictional demo described above.

The single is limited to 300 copies


A. Speizbanger
B. Breakbottle

Erik Sumo

Run Into The Wild - Inc. Mytron & Ofofo / E. Live Remixes

    Erik Sumo is one of the most established Hungarian music producers of the last 20 years. His various acts gained national and international, underground and mainstream success, he scored movies - think of the now cult "Liza, The Fox Fairy" soundtrack. His latest album "Mount Fuji" came out in November 2019, it contains "Run Into The Wild", an odd yet catchy leftfield floor-filler with an unmistakable mood built of glamorous disco vibes and sinister imaginings from the woods around Fujisan.

    On this EP you can hear the previously unreleased disco dub version of the song and 3 remixes taking the original into completely different directions.
    Mytron & Ofofo of Multiculti fame chose to go the tribal way by adding some extra percussion and reconstructing the chorus making the track even more dance floor friendly than it was originally.
    Oakland based producer E. Live turned the tune into a contemporary boogie burner, while Budabeats staple M.W.D.'s version has an atmosphere that is impossible to describe but straightforward to enjoy.

    Limited to 400 copies worldwide.


    Matt says: Pop-flecked disco taken thru a variety of moods via a veritable selection of modern day music maestros. This is really good!


    A1. Run Into The Wild (Disco Dub Version)
    A2. Run Into The Wild (Mytron & Ofofo Remix)
    B1. Run Into The Wild (E.Live Remix)
    B2. Run Into The Wild (M.W.D Remix)

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