It's nice n sunny outside atm, we even had our first "tropical" day here in NL a couple days ago. So I figured it might make sense to supply y'alls with a nice n sunny selection of songs. Got some cumbia in there, shmoooove lovers rock and reggae from the digi era, Romanian dopeness, a marvin Gaye soundtrack instrumental to get jiggy with, African pop and a spot of Golden Era Hi-Tek. And btw, that Mory Kante tune is the original version of Ye Ke Ye Ke, not the remix version that topped the European charts in 1987. Enjoy.
1. Afrosound - Cumbia De Los Pajaritos
2. Ion Din Dorobanti - Fata De Pe Plaja
3. John Mc Clean - Truly Bowled Over
4. Hi Tek & Common - The Sun God
5. Nitty Gritty - Man In A House
6. Marvin Gaye - T Plays It Cool
7. Pad Anthony - Dangerous System (Version)
8. Mory Kante - ye Ke Ye Ke
9. Patrick Andy - Ain't No Me
10. Joe Jackson - What's The Use Of Getting Sober
Time for another 3 track bootleg remix ep. Basically the same formula as the first Cocoina release: grab a couple of good songs, speed em up, add breakbeats and call it a day. This time around I took to ruining "Lover's Start" by How To Dress Well, "Love" by Mikos Da Gawd and "Palm" by Dojo. You can check the HTDW rework here. The other two were already featured in my "Speed Dial" mixtape. Enjoy.
Bonjour. Here's volume 5 in the 20 Shot Sequence compilation series. Got some old school electro in there, 80's hip hop, jungle, disco and a spot of reggae, dub and dancehall for that sweet Jamaican touch. Enjoy.
1. Joey Jupitor - Computer Power
2. M-Beat - Run Tings
3. Michael Palmer - Girl Stand By Me
4. Midnight Star- Operator
5. Mad Men - Kanzulu
6. Pablo Gad - Fever Dub
7. The Almighty El-Cee - We Have Risen
8. Terror Fabulous - Miss Mattie Son
9. Greenwood - Stamina
10. Two Sisters - B-Boys Beware
ps. I've fixed the links of the previous volumes, so they should be up for at least another month or so..
It only took about half a decade, but here's the 3rd chapter in the Tropical Heat series. Featuring the likes of VC, Kanttoripoika, Daniel Savio, Emufucka, Deech and Mesak, we basically picked up right where we left off: a six track collection of Skweee, Beats and Synths. Available on glittery gold cassettes and as a digital download. One Love.