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Friday, January 31, 2014

DOM SERVINI’S ALLO LOVE CHART :: FEBRUARY 2014

1. Illum Sphere – Ghosts Of Then And Now (Ninja Tune Promo DL)


2. Resonators – Vipers (Emanative Remix) (Wah Wah 45s Test)


3. Ashdown – It Must Be Time (Surely Bassey DL)


4. Ben Morris – Lyckliga Snubben (Junkyard Connection 7)


5. Various – Ode To Ghana (DL)


6. John Wizards – Muizenberg (Seiji Remix) (Planet Mu 12)


7. Zara McFarlane – Her Eyes (Brownswood CD)


8. Forsthays – Gravity (Bandcamp DL)


9. Jets – Midas Touch feat. Jamie Lidell (Leisure System 12)


10. Floral Fauna – Visions (Better On Foot DL)




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Bopperson in London on 18/04/14





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Dom Servini in London on 18/04/14





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Bopperson in London on 05/04/14





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Resonators in Nyons on 29/03/14





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Dom Servini in London on 16/03/14





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Hackney Colliery Band in London on 16/02/14





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Bopperson in London on 14/03/14





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Hackney Colliery Band in London on 04/03/14





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NPR Jazz: Tootie Heath And Matt Wilson On JazzSet


NPR Jazz: Tootie Heath And Matt Wilson On JazzSet

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Posted: 30 Jan 2014 02:30 PM PST
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Fast hands, cymbals that shimmer, drop-kicks on the bass drum; these are two drummers who appreciate each other. Albert "Tootie" Heath performs in a trio with Ethan Iverson (The Bad Plus) and Ben Street (Danilo Perez Trio), followed by Wilson's Arts & Crafts quartet, in Surround Sound on JazzSet.

Musique Non Stop - SPIN Mix


Musique Non Stop - SPIN Mix

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  1. Get to Know Pete Seeger in This Free Streaming PBS Documentary
  2. Lorde Age-Truthers Surface 17-Year-Old's Birth Certificate
  3. Nine Inch Nails Parody 'This Is a Trent Reznor Song' Is Uncomfortably Dead-On
  4. Hear Beaty Heart's Expanding Psych-Pop Balloon 'Kanute's Comin' Round'
  5. The Whigs Announce April Album 'Modern Creation' With Triumphant 'Hit Me'
  6. Hear Shorts' Sunny, Bummer Beauty 'Berlin 1971'
  7. Justin Bieber Plays a Douche in 'Confident' Video With Chance the Rapper
  8. Paramore Break Records by Breaking Records in 'Ain't It Fun' Video
  9. Future Plays Both Bey and Jay in 'Drunk in Love' Cover
  10. The National's Matt Berninger Meets the Bird and Bee on 'All Our Endless Love'
Posted: 30 Jan 2014 10:39 AM PST

Pete Seeger's passing on Monday, January 27, was a sad affair, but the man accomplished an incredible amount in his 94 years on this earth, and if he can give us anything in death, it's a chance to revisit that admirable life...

Bopperson in London on 01/02/14





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Gilles Peterson @ Musique Non Stop


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Posted: 30 Jan 2014 06:38 AM PST
Brownswood Bubbler alumni and Eglo Record’s stalwart Fatima releases the video for the fLako produced ‘La Neta’ as the latest edition in the campaign for the forthcoming debut album ‘Circle.

We enjoyed seeing another great video from Fatima as she seems to be making her way through the seasons with each one. This picturesque portrait of the snowy 5 boroughs of NYC compliments the development of the song and is a lovely contrast from her previous video for ‘Family that displayed familiar landscapes of London in the depth of autumn along side what seems to be her family and friends.
Enjoy!


THE JAZZ CHILL CORNER NEW RELEASES: ARETHA FRANKLIN - THE QUEEN OF SOUL; KATJA CRUZ FEATURING OLIVER LAKE - HEXAPHONE...; BAHAMA SOUL CLUB - THE CUBAN TAPES


THE JAZZ CHILL CORNER NEW RELEASES: ARETHA FRANKLIN - THE QUEEN OF SOUL; KATJA CRUZ FEATURING OLIVER LAKE - HEXAPHONE...; BAHAMA SOUL CLUB - THE CUBAN TAPES

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Posted: 30 Jan 2014 10:35 AM PST
ARETHA FRANKLIN - THE QUEEN OF SOUL

The Queen Of Soul creates a rich musical portrait of Franklin s incomparable run at Atlantic Records between 1967 and 1976. Packed with 87 songs arranged chronologically, the set opens with generous selections from the first five studio albums she recorded for the label I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, Aretha Arrives, Lady Soul, Aretha Now, and Soul 69. Recorded between 1967 and 1968, all five of the albums topped the R&B charts and gave the world classics like "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," "Chain of Fools," "Think," and the #1 smash "Respect." The set also mixes in several rare outtakes of songs like "It Was You" from Aretha Arrives and "Talk to Me, Talk to Me" from Soul 69. The collection also spotlights the great music Franklin recorded in the 1970s, including the two albums she released to open the decade This Girl s in Love with You and Spirit in the Dark. The former boasted an electrifying version of the Band s "The Weight" with Duane Allman on slide guitar, while the latter featured the hit "Don t Play That Song." Along with several singles from this era ("Spanish Harlem" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water"), The Queen Of Soul also gathers up several live performances with "Spirit in the Dark" (Reprise with Ray Charles) from Aretha Live at the Fillmore West (1971), plus several songs from her live album Amazing Grace (1972). The latter recording won the Grammy Award for Best Soul Gospel Performance in 1973 and remains Franklin s best-selling album to date. ~amazon

Best New Tracks - Pitchfork: Young Thug: "Danny Glover (Remix)" [ft. Nicki Minaj]


Best New Tracks - Pitchfork: Young Thug: "Danny Glover (Remix)" [ft. Nicki Minaj]

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Posted: 29 Jan 2014 09:15 AM PST
 
Nicki Minaj has always seemed to exist outside the realm of pedestrian blog-rap buzz, unconcerned with using her power to ride the waves of up-and-comers the way her biggest peers do. (Think Drake and MigosKanye West and Chief Keef, or even Lil Wayne and Chance). So her decision to freestyle over a viral YouTube track ("Boss Ass Bitch") and then go rogue on an unofficial remix of the Hottest New Single by Hottest New Atlanta Rapper Young Thug feels like a coup, a serious jolt to her brand.
But instead of sounding desperate—as though she's forcefully jumping a bandwagon, or just learning to read the internet—she lets everyone know that she's been watching all along and is in total control. She's Auto-Tuned, she's singing about Twitter bios in a fake patois, she's flexing her voice to match Young Thug's, she's telling Justin Timberlake that she's "coming for Jes-siCA BIEL!" Nicki's impossibly at ease, as ever.

Young Thug: "Danny Glover (Remix)" (ft. Nicki Minaj) on SoundCloud.

XLR8R News and Features: PAN Details Upcoming Releases from Black Sites, Bass Clef, and More


XLR8R News and Features: PAN Details Upcoming Releases from Black Sites, Bass Clef, and More

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    1. PAN Details Upcoming Releases from Black Sites, Bass Clef, and More
    2. Download a New Mix from Cooly G
    3. Santiago Salazar Preps 'Departure' EP
    4. Maxmillion Dunbar and A Made Up Sound Ready EPs for Trilogy Tapes, Share New Tracks
    5. Moogfest Adds Flying Lotus, Machinedrum, Black Dice, Factory Floor, and More to 2014 Lineup
    6. Watch a Video for Fatima's New Flako-Produced Single
    7. Perc Announces 'The Power and The Glory' Album Tour
    8. Vaghe Stelle "Duemila Kilometri"
    9. Listen to a New Remix from Factory Floor
    10. Midas Touch
    11. Locals Only - Todd Osborn Lists His Favorite Spots in Detroit and Ann Arbor
    12. Leon Vynehall Preps Mini-LP for 3024
    13. Adultrock "Clear"
    14. Hold Me EP
    15. CB-R "Hologram"
      Posted: 29 Jan 2014 11:12 AM PST

      Bill Kouligas' experimental PAN imprint had an exceptional 2013, further cementing itself as a trustworthy label for conceptual innovations in music. 2014 looks to be just as busy for the prolific outpost—after starting the year with a new EP from roster mainstay Helm, PAN has detailed its release schedule for the coming months.
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      L-Vis-1990: it's time for Dance Mania's artists to get their props


      A new compilation - and L-Vis's own Dance System EPs - are bringing back the minimalist magic of ghettohouse


      The first time I came across Dance Mania was through Daft Punk's Teachers in 1997, when I was 13 years old. Who were all these people that Daft Punk thought were amazing enough to credit on their track? It turned out about a third of them were Dance Mania artists, although at that point they were just names to me; it was pretty impossible to find Dance Mania records in Brighton at that time. Then Daft Punk did an Essential Mix, which was the first time I actually heard the music. That mix was what made me want to get into DJing.


      The most important Dance Mania record for me is Lil' Louis's The Original Video Clash from 1988. Some element of Video Clash always manages to creep its way into my productions. That track pointed the way forward to what happened in the early 90s, when producers from the west side of Chicago such as DJ Funk and DJ Deeon developed a sound that was a lot rawer and more uncompromising than what had come before. They realised they didn't need as many elements to get the dancefloor moving: it was just a saturated kick drum, snare on the one, clap on the one, a hard 909 high-hat, a bouncing bassline, a crude, booty-style lyric and not much else.


      At one point, Dance Mania were putting out a new record almost every week. The producers worked quickly on basic four-track recorders, transferring the energy directly to the dancefloor. Their only influences were each other. They weren't thinking about the outside world, it was all about what would work in their local club.


      I've recently started playing back-to-back with Traxman, who's a Dance Mania legend from back in the day but is now probably better known for his footwork stuff. I was playing before him at Lit City Rave in New York under my new ghettohouse alias Dance System. He kept coming up to me going, "What the fuck? How do you know this stuff?!" He came over to my studio the day after and ended up playing my tracks down the phone to DJ Deeon, which was a crazy experience. We've started working on music together and we're hopefully going to be doing a US tour together later this year.


      None of the Dance Mania artists have really gotten the recognition they deserve. Thanks to a new Strut compilation though, people are really interested in them again. It's great that the owner Ray Barney has reopened the label; hopefully they can capitalise on it this time.


      The reason that ghettohouse has endured over the years is because it's so simple. When you have so few elements it makes for totally timeless music: one idea, no distracting melodies. When I'm making tracks as Dance System, I don't want to "take people to another place". It's just music for people to get their freak on to.


      Hardcore Traxx: Dance Mania Records 1986-1997 is out now; L-Vis 1990 Presents Dance System EP is out now






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      Rappcats: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Pinata – 3.18.14. Listen to “Robes” feat. Earl & Domo.


      Rappcats: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Pinata – 3.18.14. Listen to “Robes” feat. Earl & Domo.

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      Freddie Gibbs & Madlib’s Piñata will be released on Madlib Invazion, March 18, 2014.
      Listen: “Robes” feat. Earl Sweatshirt & Domo Genesis, premiered last night on Benji B’s BBC Radio 1 show.



      Freddie Gibbs is the product of violent, drug-laden streets, but unlike most rappers with similar resumes, he brings the block to the booth without inhibition or an exaggerated rap persona. Pinata, a 17-track collaboration with producer Madlib, is the best distillation yet of his transparent approach to making music, combining stark honesty with electrifying talent as a lyricist and performer.
      Pinata is "a gangster Blaxploitation film on wax," Gibbs says, and the full-length result of a process that began in 2009. It's an album with a sound that couldn't be any further from the radio, where, according to the Gibbs, every rapper is Superman, or the dope dealer of the century, who has grinded to the top, never made a mistake and has no chinks in his armor.

      BKLYN Music: rising son


      BKLYN Music: rising son

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      Posted: 29 Jan 2014 06:00 AM PST
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      Ascendant trumpeter and composer Takuya Kuroda makes his Blue Note debut with the release of “Rising Son”, produced by José James. The album finds Kuroda stepping forth to helm James' remarkable band (keyboardist Kris Bowers, bassist Solomon Dorsey, drummer Nate Smith, trombonist Corey King) plus vocal contributions from James ("Everybody Loves The Sunshine") and a guest appearance from imaginative guitarist Lionel Loueke ("Afro Blues"). Listen to the track premiere of “Afro Blues” below.

      Out February 18th, pre-order the album on Amazon.

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      Gilles Peterson @ Musique Non Stop


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      Posted: 29 Jan 2014 10:19 AM PST

      The latest release from the ‘Blue Note Records’ camp coming to speakers near you as of February 18th will be the from the ever interesting ‘Takuya Kuroda’. Japanese born and full of soul this highly anticipated album was produced by the Brownswood Recordings local Jose James and features some excellent musicians such as Kris Bowers, Solomon Dorsey, Nate Smith, and Corey King.
      "His tone, warmth, and most of all, his storytelling have inspired me for years. His writing is soulful, modern, and effortlessly bridges the gap between jazz and soul, and between history and tomorrow." – Jose James

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      Posted: 29 Jan 2014 06:52 AM PST


      While still riding high on their latest releases "Flop Flop" by SCSI-9 and the "5 Years 200" compilation, the Cologne underground outfit 200 also presents a new instalment in their "200 Techno Series": mixed by Ilian Tape's Regen, the selection dovetails some pretty rad tracks, resulting in an exquisite flow for all fans of strong electronic momentum. Get it here!

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      In case you missed it: 10 songs you should have listened to in January

      It's not your fault. There's a lot of music on the internet, and you can't possibly be expected to hear all of it. You're busy. Thankfully, we're not.


      Starting this month, we're going to give you a rundown of 10 singles that came out online that you should be aware of. Now you get to sound like you're on the cutting edge of popular culture without having to spend all your time combing Twitter feeds and music blogs.





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      Thursday, January 30, 2014

      [Download] Felon – “Isla” (Sebastian Carter Remix)

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      The young, Swiss, Sebastian Carter has caught my ear lately with his spacious remixes featuring gorgeous aerial vocals and synths that straight up just sound pretty. His most recent work, the remix of Felon’s ‘Isla’ brings in the great jazzy saxophone solo and a melody that sounds more like something out of the outback than Switzerland. Make sure to check his other remixes as well. 100% vibez.









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      Eliza Doolittle – Walking On Water (Bixel Boys Remix)

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      It was a pretty easy decision when we collectively agreed to add our LA buds Bixel Boys to the roster of talent on our illustrious Ones to Watch in 2014 list, and they’re certainly making us look good. Coming out of the gates red hot, the B-boys flip UK darling Eliza Doolittle‘s vocals into a pumping club track without sacrificing their integrity. Never shy to skate the fine line between cheese and class, they’ve kept their ears to the underground while still appealing to your girlfriend and all of her friends as Eliza’s vocals coast over piano stabs before giving way to an unsuspecting drop that’ll have even the snarkiest of punters catching a vibe. Grab the free download and hail the #freelife.







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      Blog of the week: Do You Like That Song?

      Blog jam: A Lille-based site unearthing nu-disco, chillout, house and indie from around the world







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      Bonafide Magazine @ MSN: Review: Ras G – Raw Fruit Vol. 2


      Bonafide Magazine @ MSN: Review: Ras G – Raw Fruit Vol. 2

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      Posted: 29 Jan 2014 01:44 AM PST
      Review: Ras G – Raw Fruit Vol. 2
      "Raw Fruit 2!!!
      same agenda
      another raw “cold pressed”
      blunt smoking
      green drink sippin
      beat adventure
      made at my SpaceBase
      for I&I to vibe out to"
      So says the maker himself on the purpose and production for Raw Fruit Vol. 2, the second beat tape in a series of four.

      Ras G is a producer’s producer. Frequently associated with Brainfeeder, Dakim, Kutmah and the Los Angeles beat scene as a whole, his work takes a more experimental and jazzy approach than many of his contemporaries, but is no less revered because of it. Last year's 2013 album Back on the Planet raised Ras' profile up a few notches from a respected underground beatmaker to psychedelic space voyager. But his latest entry into the Raw Fruits canon shares relatively little in common with his full-length. Anyone expecting more along the lines of Back on the Planet will ultimately find themselves left if not disappointed, then a little bemused. These Raw Fruit tapes were not meant to follow what was a highly praised full-bodied release of high fidelity production values; they are raw, off the cuff cassette tapes, and Vol. 2 heartily conforms to that practise.

      Mixjunkies @ Musique Non Stop


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        1. Go Behind The Scenes Of Scream 2 With Markus Schulz
        2. GTA Announce New Death To Genres Tour
        3. EDX – No Xcuses 152
        4. R3hab – I Need R3hab 070
        5. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Smash The House #40
        6. Ultra Europe Releases Phase 1 Of Lineup For 2014 Edition
        7. David Guetta – DJ Mix 01-26-2014
        8. Matt Darey – Nocturnal 441
        9. Fedde le Grand – Dark Light Sessions 01-24-2014
        10. Menno De Jong – Trance Sanctuary Podcast 021 New Years Eve Set
          Posted: 29 Jan 2014 01:17 PM PST

          Easily one of the most anticipated albums of 2014, Markus Schulz will be releasing his new album Scream @, on Armada, February 21st. Dubbed by many of his fans as, “The Unicorn Slayer”, Markus Schulz is ready for the world to experience the magic and excitement that is Scream 2. Following up to the release, Markus Schulz will be hosting 4 release parties for fans to experience the first taste of the new album. With the LA show already sold out, fans can still witness the magic in New York, Miami, and London. Today, Markus Schulz has released a spell-binding 25 minute video, where he takes you behind the scenes, into the making of the new album. With so much excitement surrounding this release, fans will be able to experience the album-making process like they are actually in the studio with this video. You can pre-order your copy of Scream 2 today.
          Pre-Order Here

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          THE JAZZ CHILL CORNER NEW RELEASES: BENMONT TENCH - YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY; MALIA & BORIS BLANK - CONVERGENCE; TAKUYA KURODA - RISING SON


          THE JAZZ CHILL CORNER NEW RELEASES: BENMONT TENCH - YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY; MALIA & BORIS BLANK - CONVERGENCE; TAKUYA KURODA - RISING SON

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          Posted: 29 Jan 2014 11:59 AM PST
          BENMONT TENCH - YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY 

          Blue Note Records will release the debut solo album from Benmont Tench, You Should Be So Lucky, on February 18, 2014. Produced by legendary producer Glyn Johns, the album was recorded to tape at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles and features Tench handling lead vocals, piano and organs, joined by a team of collaborators including a core band of Don Was, Ethan Johns, Blake Mills and Jeremy Stacey and contributions by Ryan Adams, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, Joel Jerome, Tom Petty and Ringo Starr. The vinyl edition was mastered from the original analog tapes and includes two extra tracks not available on the CD and digital versions of the album. ~ bluenote

          Musique Non Stop - SPIN Mix


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            1. Major Lazer Tease 'Apocalypse Soon' EP With New Pharrell Song
            2. Wye Oak Ditch Guitar for Lead 'Shriek' Single 'The Tower'
            3. Watch Chicago Rapper Caleb James' Frigid Video for 'Eddy Curry'
            4. BANKS Simmers Over Shlohmo's R&Beats on 'Brain'
            5. Sebadoh Uncertainly Embrace Dad-Rock With 'State of Mine' Video
            6. Vanaprasta and Hands Discover Psych-Trap on 'NYF' Remix
            7. Juke-Inspired DJ Clap Scores Happy Wilding in 'Hopeful Hearts' Video
            8. See Katy B Stitch Arctic Monkeys to Ben Pearce in Live Cover
            9. Mykki Blanco Swaggers With The-Drum Producer on 'She Gutta'
            10. Damon Albarn and Brian Eno Sing of Hope on 'Heavy Seas of Love'
              Posted: 29 Jan 2014 11:13 AM PST

              Major Lazer haven't been missing, exactly — those Free the Universe songs are still inspiring twerk the world over, and their

              Basement Soul: 3 Years of Soulection (Mixed by Andre Power) @ Musique Non Stop


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              1. 3 Years of Soulection (Mixed by Andre Power)
              2. Kelis Signs to Ninja Tune
              3. Disclosure - F For You ft. Mary J. Blige
              4. Beau Williams"I'll Be Home Soon"
              5. Ibibio Sounds Machine - Let's Dance (Yak Inek Unek)
              6. Dizz1 - Everyday Grind feat. Aloe Blacc
              Posted: 28 Jan 2014 08:42 AM PST

              BKLYN Music: sonic boom vol. 4


              BKLYN Music: sonic boom vol. 4

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              Posted: 28 Jan 2014 07:32 AM PST
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              Giant Step’s ‘Sonic Boom’ series, compiled by Maiya Norton goes into it’s fourth installment. The current volume features tracks by Iman Omari, BOSCO, Mndsgn, Jessica Newry, Muhsinah, THEESatisfaction, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Joya Mooi, Def Sound, Nikko Gray, Coultrain and Byron The Aquarius. Volume 1, 2 and 3 are still available on Bandcamp.


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