Music| @TheSEVENth_AGO & @Sangobeats Get September Started With Some @AGO_Music Loosies

Bringing the month of September in on a strong note is Michigan based collective AGO Music. Two of AGO’s renown artist have both had releases in the last few days, giving the first week of September a nice introduction of what’s to come. First up is Sango, with a Michigan entrenched three track release paying homage to the Detroit known house music scene. Dubbed ‘Calder Program Series‘ dedicated to the long known nickname of Grand Rapids, Michigan as the “Calder City“, which come from the cities installation of Alexander Calder’s sculpture the La Grande Vitesse.

Sango ventures into a new genre of sounds and inspiration with this release as it veers from his reputable Brazilian street music mixes. Maintaining his ability to grasp perfect timing and euphoric grooves, Sango does not disappoint in this attempt to join the Jit Music era. Sango is taking a page from his AGO brother The SEVENth who has partnered with Detroit artist like Sheefy McFly, who is an acclaimed Jit Music Artist.

Next is The SEVENth with a quick single and refix collection named ‘Sept.Loosies‘. A strong single dubbed ‘Let Me In’ features vocals from Ashley Morgan who plays a great contrast to The SEVENth’s witty wordplay. The cultural production carrying the two comes from Moszs, who combines bongos, percussions, guitars and an epic sample to get the job done. The SEVENth joins in on the Jit Music vibes with a The SEVENth Edit to Indigo Tshai’s ‘Mak3Noiz’. Providing classic club energy, this edit is an ideal 4th track to the Sango Calder Program Series. All in all, it’s safe to say AGO Music is looking like they have big plans coming soon. STAY TUNE

Listen To Both ‘Calder Program Series’ & ‘Sept.Loosies’ by AGO Music Below!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s