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Guide to East-London | RhythmTravels.com

A Gems Guide to East-London

I’ve loved London since I first visited the city in my late teens and particularly by discovering the creativity and edginess of its East side. As most tourists I was astonished by the Spitalfields market and the joined density of Curry restaurants and second hand clothing shops in Brick Lane – in a time when […]






Q&A with DJ Rashad | RhythmTravels.com

Q&A with DJ Rashad

  Last Sunday we posted the documentary ‘From Juke to Jack: 25 years of Ghetto House‘ where we get an insight on how the underground House scene in Chicago have evolved. Dj Rashad has been a quintessential figurehead in the evolution from Ghetto House to Footwork and its predecessor Juke. His open production approach has helped him […]






Champeta Cali, Colombia | RhythmTravels.com

Rhythm Exploring: Cali, Colombia

My first post on Rhythm Travels goes to Santiago de Cali or just Cali, the 2nd most populated city in Western Colombia and the 2nd largest in all country behind Bogotá. After arriving at Palmaseca International Airport you will start to feel the richness of the contrasts of nature. Surrounded by mountains up to 14,000 […]






Q&A with Jasmine Solano | RhythmTravels.com

Q&A with Jasmine Solano of Electric Punanny

DJ, Music Maker and TV Host – Jasmine Solano is nothing short of a world traveling, bonafide workaholic. Hostess of the show “Scratch the surface” on MTV Iggy she travels the world to find the real party scenes as the locals do it. She keeps herself busy by being a music producer, DJ and part […]






Q&A with Daniel Haaksman | RhythmTravels.com

Q&A with Daniel Haaksman

Few individuals can claim to have done so much for musical exchange across the globe as Berlin based DJ, producer, journalist and label head Daniel Haaksman. In 2004,  he released “Rio Baile Funk Favela Booty Beats” which presented the sound of Rio´s favelas for the first time to a global audience. Today, “Rio Baile Funk Favela Booty Beats” […]






How Music Travels | RhythmTravels.com

How Music Travels Infographic

Thomson created an interactive map detailing how music travels and the evolution of western dance music over the last 100 years. The map shows the time and place where some of the bigger music styles were born and which blend of genres influenced the next. Click image to view the interactive version






14 musts in Barcelona

Did you ever reflect over why some cities in the world seem to be loved by everybody? Like, when you’re having a conversation and the name Barcelona comes up, haven’t you noticed how everyone always goes: Oh, Barcelona! Yes, I freaking love that city, man. It’s so cool, it has everything! And if someone in […]






#RhythmExplorer Valentines Playlist

Happy Valentines day! We put together a playlist for Valentines day with songs that we have re-shared over the time and other songs we like. Even tough you might not be celebrating Valentines weekend you still gonna enjoy this playlist! We got music genres as Zouk, Kizomba, R&B, Reggae and other beautiful sounds. Enjoy & […]






Q&A with Mela Murder | RhythmTravels.com

Q&A with Mela Murder

 If you know about Major Lazer you have definitely noticed one of their dancers Mela Murder. The New York based dancer have been touring the world with Major Lazer for the last years and they are just finishing tours in Australia and Africa. Part of Major Lazers success lies in their energetic and impressive live shows […]






Why love festivals?

The internet has revolutionized the world in many ways; one being the way we’ve shared and got access to new music. But whilst file downloading facilities for long has been an issue of concern in the music industry because music artists earn a lot less on album sales than what used to be the case, […]