A trio of Brazil’s most distinguished producers today release a mind-altering production, with Vintage Culture on the reins. “Tina” feat. The Vic, showcases the South American talents of Bhaskar and Meca, who, alongside Vintage Culture, are guiding the sounds of house music in 2023. 

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Released via Diplo’s revered Higher Ground imprint, the record narrates a noteworthy mid-week outing, culminating in a blurry two-day binge. The descriptive tale unfolds after a driving percussion introduction, followed by the deep bass melodies Vintage Culture is known for. 

The accompanying music video is a masterclass in simplicity, with our main protagonist embracing the camera in a black backdrop throughout the nearly four-and-a-half minute-long clip. Donning a cream-colored coat, our lead character dances as he recants the harrowing tale of his time with a Tina Turner look-alike. 

“Tina” feat. The Vic is the latest in a string of releases from Vintage Culture. His most recent single, “Talk It Over”, is a collaboration with English producer, Elderbrook. The Brazilian superstar recently announced his highly-anticipated debut album, due out soon under his new label, BOMA RECORDS.

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About Vintage Culture

There is no stopping Vintage Culture. The Brazilian artist, who was voted the world’s No. 1 House DJ in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs 2022,has gone from small-town dreamer to main stage headliner in just a few short years. He has had multiple chart-topping hits across both Billboard and Spotify, completed successful residencies in Ibiza and Las Vegas, played epic shows everywhere from Tomorrowland in Belgium to Ultra Music Festival  in Miami, and picked up more than 2 billion global streams. All of this has been made possible by a work ethic that is second to none and a passion for the party like no other. 

Back home, Lukas Ruiz is a national icon of electronic music who has truly invigorated the Brazilian scene with his own label and festival brand, Só Track Boa Festival. It roughly translates as “good tracks only” and is known for its over-the-top production, explosive pyrotechnics and awe-inspiring ice canons at 25,000 capacity stadiums across Brazil and more recently in North America. All this comes after being made a cover star of both Rolling Stone Magazine Brazil and DJ Magazine’s international edition and being included in Forbes Magazine’s influential 30 under 30 list.

About Bhaskar

In recent years, Bhaskar has shown why he plays a key role in the evolution of electronic dance music in Brazil. Being the son of renowned DJs Swarup and Ekanta, at a very early age Bhaskar was already performing at several national gigs and soon enough internationally in several countries including the US, Australia, and Thailand. 

On the tour side, Bhaskar has been part of important festivals and clubs around the world such as Rock in Rio and Lollapalooza Brazil. Throughout his career, Bhaskar has collaborated with and remixed relevant artists of the music industry like Vintage Culture, Yves V, Moguai, and his brother Alok.

About Meca

Brazilian electronic music artist MECA is renowned for creating some of the most celebrated and danceable music of the past few years. He is considered a true innovator and pioneer of the electronic music scene in Brazil. 

Originally from Mundo Novo, a small town close to the border of Paraguay, Meca rose to prominence as a producer and DJ in 2018, and has since been making waves in the international music scene. His ability to blend together house & techno, gives Meca a unique sound that has won him huge followings and sold-out shows all around Brazil. 

Meca has collaborated with some of the most renowned music producers, including international superstar Vintage Culture and house music legend Todd Terry. He has taken his music to international stages, with his first tour of Europe in 2021 and regular shows in Europe, North America and South America in 2022.

Meca’s 2023 release on Defected Records- “Little Woman” – with Todd Terry and British vocalist Tristan Henry reached the Top 20 in the Beatport Charts and continues to reach audiences worldwide. With an impressive amount of tracks and remixes, Meca is a name that’s here to stay.

About The Vic

The Vic is everyone and no one at the same time. The Vic is the voice of the masses, the tiny whisper of the invisible. A person, a place, and an idea that has been growing in the darkness. The Vic exists to elevate what is already the best music in the world and to tell the stories of the most interesting people in that world. It exists to hold up music made by the best musicians and producers, played by the greatest DJs in the most influential venues on the planet.