Tribal House Crew will get you high with their new batch of Afro Acid — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
The South Florida house music duo are set to release three mixes of their percussion-heavy new Afro House single Afro Acid on Feb. 25. Afro House is a subgenre that embraces world music and indigenous percussion, all in service of the almighty groove.
Tribal House Crew is the brainchild of veteran DJ and producer Charlie Dee Diaz, a combination of his underground production with the vocals and songwriting of his wife, Maria Giambanco Diaz. Charlie Dee is a South Florida-based DJ and producer, from The Bronx and he’s no stranger to the music scene. He has been DJing since 1979, and is known as one of the premier editors in the business working with partner Jose Chep Nunez as the Diamond 2 in the ’80s and worked on many classic dance records. He also worked with Omar Santana on several projects, including the dance/pop classic Hooked On You by Sweet Sensation.
In 1985, he remixed his first hit, Let’s Go All The Way by Sly Fox. From there, he began remixing and editing tracks more regularly, including dance classics such as All & All by Joyce Sims, Como Tu Te Llama by Sly Fox, and Hungry For Your Love by Hanson and Davis. Today, he produces house, tech house, and Tribal house music, as the Tribal House Crew, most recently on Oscar G’s label Made in Miami.