Less tracks, long grooves, heavy on the electronica with a dash of global flavour pretty much sums up this weeks show. El Mahdy Jr. kicked things off with his trademark blend of moody Arabic vibes and deep bass before global warrior Filastine pitched in with the percussive dancefloor winner “Requiem 532” which, alongside the rest of the promo EP, are boding very well for the new album later this year. We then headed into some deep dub techno territory from Maxim Wolzyn‘s quality, forthcoming album before Teleseen reignited the global vibe with his excellent remix of “Medinana“. A cheeky reedit then somehow found it’s way into the show with Tahira from Brazil adding her country’s vibes to that of the Ivory Coast to great effect.
Glass Eyes the contributed his other worldly electronic sensibility to the show before wAgAwAgA deconstructed and then reinvented the world of vintage reggae to quite mental effect, if wobbly and weird is your bag, check his new EP on Broken Bubble. Vakula then came up trumps, as usual with a deep, slo-mo remix of Jon McMillion‘s “Climbing Out“. K15 then provided the electronic jazz fusion before Greymatter laid down the proper deep house vibes, paving the way for the house sounds of Detroit recreated by a young lad from Manchester called Dan Shake. Bodhi and George The Poet then laid down some hip house for 2014 before Eric Lau & Taiwah ended the show on a sweet modern soul vibe.
El Mahdy Jr. – Zarga (Danse Noire)
Filastine – Requiem 432 (Post World Industries promo)
Maxim Wolzyn – Time to (SVS promo)
Teleseen – Medinana rmx (White)
Charles Atangana & Emitais – Onguindo, Tahira (White)
Glass Eyes – Lotion (Zoology)
wAgAwAgA – 80dubrocka (Broken Bubble)
Jon McMillion – Climbing Out, Vakula‘s SilkSummer Khreeper Mix (Ventil)
K15 – Bordeaux (Wotnot)
Greymatter – Cream (Wolf Music)
Dan Shake – 3 AM Jazz Club (Mahogani Music)
Bodhi – My City feat George the Poet (White)
Eric Lau & Taiwah – Love Call (Northern Shore)
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