We have invited Tzuc for our second Social Sundays show. Both his music and his dj sets blend with high fines into the world wide music. From funk to house, Tzuc is a rhythm explorer. He studied piano and guitar at an early age and was introduced to DJing around 2009. Same year, he is invited to play at a dub&roots venue held in an abandoned warehouse in Bucharest. Since then, becomes a regular at local parties and festivals, and soon after he hosts a radio show on Groove On, a local platform meant to connect local DJs and music lovers, at the time. His years of digging and experience have created in TZUC a versatility that has grown steadily, making him a serious selector able to understand the crowd and provide heavy dancing with pure emotion.
Thomash & Projeto Mujique - Cosmosamba
M. Rux - Tangled Eye
Bongo Entp - LujAnn
Peter Power - Adama Waro (Original Mix)
Gantz - Supreme A
iZem - ITT
Al Dobson Jr. - Everybody
Dj Khalab & Baba Sissoko - Kumu (Sabo edit)
Soothsayers - Mama Said feat. Bob Skenk
Dan Lissvik - Untitled
Sun Ra - India (Mop Mop’s Rework)
Mop Mop - Heritage feat. Anthony Joseph
Ant Orange - Yesterday
Alaska - Accuse
Guem - Naja
Ant Orange - The Look
Dj Pippi - Make U Smile (feat. Tuccinelli)
Swum - ZoN
Youandewan - 4D Anxiety
M. Rux - What’s the Matter Now
M. Rux - Keep Your Lamps…
Chancha via Circuito - El Zampullin
Camila Costa - Ponto das Caboclas (Carrot Green Acid Edit)
Jazzmeia Horn - People Make the World Go Round
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