Tags: Music


Music can help you get pregnant

Over decades scientists have investigating factors that might improve a couple’s chances of giving birth to a healthy baby. Genetically sound eggs and sperm, low levels of maternal stress and a delicate balance of hormones. It turns out that the missing ingredient may be pulsing trance music. A research made at the Altravita IVF (In Vitro […]

Parang Caribbean Christmas Music | RhythmTravels.com

Listen to the Caribbean Christmas Music called Parang

We are all familiar with the classical Christmas music but in Trinidad & Tobago the Christmas music is called Parang! We at Rhythm Travels are passioned about music from all corners of the world and therefore have created a playlist with some great Caribbean Christmas Music     “Parang is a popular folk music originating […]

Top Festival Packing List | RhythmTravels.com

Festival Essentials Checklist

The Festival Season is about to start and you should get prepared with some of these essentials! TENT If your camping having a tent is a good choice, don’t count on your flirting skills. GET IT NOW SLEEPING BAG There are plenty of lightweight small sleeping bags on the market now, but some will make […]



“DJ Mackboogaloo is providing a series of monthly articles pertaining to Roots, Culture N’ Consciousness. We will learn the deep metaphysical principles that exist within the world of Music. Fela Kuti, pioneer of Nigerian Afrobeat music, coined the phrase, “Music is the weapon!” He understood the power of sound to unify & uplift the masses. […]

"I'm tryna tell ya" documentary | RhythmTravels.com

“I’m tryna tell ya” (documentary)

In spring 2012 an entourage from Don’tWatchThat.tv went to Chicago to document the Footwork Scene. A scene ingrained in the lineage of the City itself, filled with effervescent dancers, storytellers and beat makers. It was single handedly the most unique and in-depth tour we had ever experienced. They slept on floors, sofas and in dodgy […]

Havana Night Clubs Music | RhythmTravels.com

Havanna Night Clubs & Live Music

CASA DE LA MUSICA A big stage with bands playing, in front of it the dance floor and around the dance floor tables/seats and bars. Very good atmosphere a good place to practize your salsa skills, or just dance the night away. Opened in 2003, it is considered a best and most popular nightclubs live […]

The Movement of Baile Funk | RhythmTravels.com


When I started to read about funk culture, it was in 2008, 2009 and the movement isn’t so expensive as it now. Few people were talking about it, the boom of funk mundial (with Diplo and Haaksman) was over, and there was just few producers making something with funk. The contact with original artists was […]

Footwurk the Legacy | RhythmTravels.com

Footwurk The Legacy

  Akeem Pennicooke tells a story of dance culture and gang culture on Footwurk: The Legacy. Footwork is a style of music and dance that originated in Chicago in the 1990s. For the decade that followed, it was rarely talked about outside of its hometown, bar the odd forum thread where keen fans tracked uploads […]


Electric Roots Micro Music Film Festival

During Detroit’s annual Movement Festival, the world’s premier electronic music destination, the Detroit Sound Project will host the first Electric Roots Micro Music Film Festival on Friday May 22nd, 2015 for one day only at the Charles Wright African American Museum. With a selection of several music oriented feature length films as well as short […]

Baltimore, where you at? screening | RhythmTravels.com

“Baltimore, where you at?” documentary screening

If you’re in Stockholm, Sweden on the 2nd May make sure to come to Maskineriet at Nordic Light Hotel for the screening of “Baltimore, where you at?” documentary. Directed by Tim Moreau. Teaser 1: Teaser 2: About Baltimore, Maryland, known for being one of the hardest city in the USA, is also the birth place […]