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Vuvuzela: dancefloor killer?

Submitted by on July 1, 2010 – 8:54 am One Comment

Whether you like it or not (and probably not), the vuvuzela has gone from unknown in much of the western hemisphere to defining noise pollution for the summer of 2010.

In a move that I’m sure has nothing to do with being opportunistic, underground electronic producers Le Zhal have used the vuvuzla as the main theme for a suitably cliché dancefloor banger. I’m sure this track will epitomize club music for this summer, permanently etching that awful vuvuzela sound firmly in your brain. Please…no…make it go away!

Here’s the track:

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Vuvuzela has been released on Strangers 2 Love Records and has already received play by Judge Jules and other DJs.

OK, I promise – no more vuvuzela stories.

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  • Badger says:

    Not really a new thing here in the West. I played with these as a kid forty years ago in Ontario. Also at my nephew’s football game a couple of years back. There are bright green ones in use at all Saskachewan Rough Rider games.

    Not sure about including it in any recorded music, even dance tracks….

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