Portuguese DJ and production duo Bubba Brothers — Eliseo Correia and Justino Santos — formed back in 2015, and since their formation, the duo have produced and released a growing number of dance-floor hits, which include:
- 2019’s “Carla’s Beat” which landed at #21 on Beatport’s Top 100 Chart and at #6 on the Top Releases Chart. The track received airplay on London-based Trickstar Radio’s Metropolis, and as a result they were invited to play at Spain-based Los 40 Radio.
- 2019’s “Tonyca,” which was selected as one of the songs of the summer at Faro, Portugal-based club LICK.
Adding to a growing profile across the European Union, the Portuguese act have made appearances on a number of TV channels including TVI 24. They’ve played sets at the international electronic music festival circuit including Faro Academic Week, Sun and Moon Festival, Dancefloor Leiria and Pete Tha Zouk’s Infinity Sunset. They’ve also played clubs like London-based Ministry of Sound.
Over the past couple of months, I’ve written about two singles in the Portuguese duo’s growing catalog:
- “Amandla (Tutu),” a euphoric, Balearic house meets tribal house banger, featuring skittering and percussive beats and a soulful vocal sample.
- “No Name Song,” a deep house banger, centered around tweeter and woofer rattling beats, explosive hi-hats, glistening and a trance-inducing groove meant to get you off your ass and moving.
“Karma,” continues a run of euphoric, deep house bangers featuring percussive, tribal thump, skittering beats, glistening and oscillating synths within an expansive, hook-driven song structure. Play this and dance until the break of dawn — while dreaming of Ibiza or Berghain.
Fittingly, “Karma” is paired with a mind-bending, hallucinogenic visualizer.