Lunatix Productions Crafts Groovy Soca Anthems on the Tumba Riddim

artworks-000136121097-kbjonr-t500x500Lunatix Productions crafts new groovy soca anthems on the Tumba Riddim, now available worldwide from all major digital retailers (released on March 25, 2016). Linking an exclusive, worldwide digital distribution deal with FOX FUSE, Lunatix Productions’ entire catalog will now become available to the international audience, for the very first time. The album was featured on the iTunes U.S. Reggae New Music chart, during its week of release.

The Tumba Riddim is short and sweet with four groovy tracks, and the collection boasts a unique flair of soca because of the producers’ main focus on groovy orchestration and melodic rhythms. Trinidadian soca sensations take center-stage on the riddim as Mical Teja proves he is too hot to handle in “Beast,” GBMNutron keeps his listeners “Company” and Silva can be found “Up Under Yuh.”

Based in Central Trinidad, Lunatix Productions, consisting of Alexander Gooding, Richard Gosine and Josh Coomansingh, has been producing music collectively for four years now. “Great music is in the ear of the beholder,” the Lunatix team discloses. “We pay close attention to what type of tones and instruments we use in our productions, to ensure we get a high-quality sound in our instrumentation.” Lunatix Productions has a few special surprises in store for this summer, including collaborative efforts with Jam Track Records, Kes Keyz Productions, AdvoKit Productions, System32 and GBM Productions from New York City.

TRACK LIST
1. Mical Teja – Beast
2. GBMNutron – Company
3. Silva – Up Under Yuh
4. Lunatix Productions – Tumba Riddim (Instrumental)

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