• Cocudo is quirky-electro from Barcelona.

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Cocudo's Tracks for you!

Tracks you need to hear. Cocudo's favorite Tracks for you. Only the early bird... yeah. However. In the Birdhouse I'm busy all day. I'll make sure to keep the buttons red and shiny. These songs... well let's say it with the 'They Might Be Giants'.... 'Make a little birdhouse in your soul'.
Hungry. Just what Cocudo stands for. Quirky Electro // Dubstep. Will be officially presented ‘here‘. ‘Hungry’ is not meant to be political. The line ‘Hungry for the Truth’ refers to very personal questions. Yeah. Hope you enjoy the tune.
Remix for the Band ‘Lamb’. The track “Heaven” was released on the 2001 ‘What Sound’ Album and used repeatedly by the television series Six Feet Under. The Manchester duo consists of Andy Barlow and Lou Rhodes. They released their first album, the self-titled ‘Lamb’ in September 1996. Their musical style is a mixture of Bristol-based trip hop, jazz, dub, breaks and drum and bass, with a strong vocal element.
Remix ‘Overload’ of Jose Franco. Jose Franco is a DJ and Producer born and based in Barcelona. He has shared the stage with international artists such as 2manydjs, Tiësto, MANDY, Popof, Uto Karem, Reboot (Cadenza), Joseph Capriati, Josh Wink, Umek, Chris Liebing; Also with artists of national and Juanjo Martin, Rebeka Brown, Wally Lopez, Dj Nano and David Penn.
Bhangra vs. Hip-Hop. With the ‘Bollywood’ Singer Famiya Khan from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Famiya comes from a family dedicated for generations to instrumental and interpretive indian folk music. The Song is performed in Hindi and Urdu (Pakistan).
The Sound of Cocudo. This is part of a series of 2014 Tracks to be released later this year. Most of them are part of the actual Liveset. Thanks to Hans Gieschik (Keys).
From Bollywood to Barcelona. Another collaboration with the ‘Bollywood’ Singer Famiya Khan from from Bangladesh. Thanks to Lothar Müller (Guitar) and Jan Gieseke (Bass).  The Song is performed in Hindi.
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Cocudo is diversity. With a Birdseye I'm always collecting sound-picks from all genres to mash them up into new forms of Music.
Stefan Dissmer - Producer