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Jambutek Recordings – Berlin Showcase / Asvajit + Nigel Perera

It wasn’t too long ago that Jamubutek Recording had a very special label showcase in Berlin and in case you missed it, here’s the mixes from the night.

JAMBUCAST017 / Asvajit [Label Special]

Here’s a podcast that’s worth the checking out! This one is mixed by Asvajit (the man behind the label) and features a hand-picked selection of both released and upcoming material from the

Asvajit – Clunky Ep

This 2 track EP by Asvajit  sure is an underground gem. Released by Pleasure In Mind Records, this ep features remixes of the tracks by Nigel Perera and Hassio. 

Decibel Exclusive : Moments From The Jambutek Anniversary Party & Label Showcase

To celebrate 3 years of great music & creativity, the label threw a very special party @ Shamrock, complete with the ambiance & artwork you’d only find at a Jambutek

Decibel Exclusive : Pettah Interchange

From the first edition held at the Gaffour Building to recently The Transworks House, Pettah Interchange has been nothing short of simply amazing and every year sees them out-do themselves

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The 100 Days Of Decibel: Day 4

A solid gem from 5 years ago, our pick comes from an Ep that came after ‘Fat Albert’ and makes for one fantastic Friday soundtrack. Ladies and Gentlemen, here’s our

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The 100 Days Of Decibel: Day 1

The first pick from our 2016, 100 day run is by one of the best band’s that existed during the mid 2000’s and what a mark they left behind! Comprising

Asvajit – Flow (Original Mix)

We’ve known this Dj & Producer to take on some pretty different genres in the recent past (Pillow Talk Ep)and this single comes to us as no surprise!

Asvajit : Wait a Minute EP

This one got dropped a few hours ago and it sure does OWN a different sorta sound that this Dj/Producer is known for..we dig this one muchly! Check it out

Asvajit Releases A New Ep

In true him style on beatport.. Boys From The City: This 3 track ep released thru Maktub Music sees him delve into a genre a lot of people are not