Download Exotica Radio apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

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Exotica Radio

Posted by RadioPlus in Music & Audio | Sept. 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Apk file size: 3.0 MB

Exotica Radio ***** Listen to the best radio stream available. We have gathered the best internet radio stations from the web. This radio app is loaded with numerous Exotica Radio stations playing the best Exotica songs from all around the world. Listen to your favorite music now from everywhere on your android device.

Radio Player Features:
1) Stream Music In The Background
2) Stable Streaming
3) Social Networking
4) Song Info

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******************** ALSO AVAILABLE ON TABLETS ********************

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******************** THE ORIGIN & HISTORY OF EXOTICA MUSIC ********************

Exotica is a musical style that was conceived out of Martin Denny’s first musical album back in 1957 which of the same name, “Exotica”. It was a genre that got popular with American back in the 1950s toward the middle of the 1960s. Exotica, as a musical idiom, particularly means tropical ersatz, or the non-native, quasi-experience of Oceania (Melanesia, Polynesia, Micronesia), Southeast Asia, Hawaii, Amazonia, tribal Africa, and the Andes. Denny opined that Exotica was a style that is a “combination of the South Pacific and the Orient...what a lot of people imagined the islands to be's pure fantasy though."

The characteristic Exotica sound is breathe to life with the use of a medley of instruments, including bongos, Indonesian and Burmese gongs, conga, Tahitian log, vibes, boo bams (bamboo sticks), Japanese kotos and Chinese bell tree.

Les Baxter’s 1952 album, Ritual of the Savage (Le Sacre du Sauvage), propagated Exotica music with classics such as "Quiet Village", "Love Dance", "Jungle River Boat", and "Stone God." Baxter came out with more music of this style in the next few years, with hits like "Caribbean Moonlight" (1956), "Tamboo!" (1956), "The Sacred Idol" (1960), and "Ports of Pleasure" (1957). Baxter admitted that his inspirations came from the music of Stravinsky and Ravel. Other notable Exotica artists are Juan García Esquivel and Arthur Lyman.

RadioPlus part of our Music & Audio and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Sept. 2, 2015. Google play rating is 80.0. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 3.0 MB.

Download exotica-radio.apk 3.0 MB


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