Wagon Cookin’ was born from the Garalyalde brother’s passion for good music and dining. With a classic background, Luis and Javier would soon change instruments for plates, in order to get involved in the electronic music universe. His first productions in the mid 90s, were based on a pure techno concept, but at the beginning of the last decade, they changed their path, influenced by new currents of nu jazz and Brazilian rhythms, establishing his residency in Salvador de Bahia.
In “Eleven”, which is his last published album, for the Californian label Om Records, they consolidate their new style into the nu disco and house, with funk, Brazilian and New Wave territories, without forgetting an atom of the essence and soul that characterizes them.
At the cabin they recreate their songs, reinventing themselves in unique and unrepeatable performances, which have a lot of passion and energy. Delicatessen for the most demanding palates.
A fan of Jazz and Black Music in all its derivatives past and present, Asturian selector Isaias Sanz’ sets move through Disco, House, Soul, Funk, and Hip-Hop on to hotter sounds from Latin, African, and Brazilian music. But his eye is always on the dance floor and the reaction of the crowd. Since the mid-90s he’s been involved in radio, playing music, and working as resident DJ in a variety of clubs in Spain and Mexico, where he lived several years in the past.
As producer he’s made Jazz and Funk albums, along with remixes, edits and mashups specially prepared for his sessions; some of his work has been edited on labels like Lovemonk (Madrid), GAMM (Estocolmo), and Bons Records (Barcelona).