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The Chromatic Universe Vol 2 Part 3

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1. Alex Attias & Sassy J - Jelly Bubble Rise
2. Javonntte - So Far (Alex Attias edit)
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1. Alex Attias & Luman Child - Cookie Monster (Patrick Gibin & Volcov remix)
2. Sebastien Loopes - Nova Atmosfera

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The Chromatic Universe Vol 2 Part 2

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1. Alex Attias - Vibe (feat Georgia Ann Muldrow)
2. DJ Spinna - Acid Boogie
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1. Stephane Attias - Live Life (feat Xantone Blacq)
2. Quenum - Believe In Love

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The Chromatic Universe Vol 2 Part 1

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1. Kemetic Just presents Just One - Stay My Way (Kai Alce Ndatl Sleaze mix)
2. Dokta Venom - Fire Lord
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1. Hugo LX - Beyond The Spectrum
2. Alex Attias present The Catalyst Group - Freedom Of The Mind

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Mammamelie/With Regularity

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1. Ajate vs Ny Ko - Mammamelie
2. Ajate vs Ny Ko - Mammamelie (Deheb remix)
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1. Ny Ko vs Ajate - With Regularity
2. Ny Ko vs Ajate - With Regularity (Deheb remix)

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Propriete Privee

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There have been ups and downs in the long career of Congolese musician Sammy Massamba, but nothing as gruesome as what happened a certain Friday night of the year 1992 at Sammy’s Parisian house.It all started with a mysterious phone call. At the other end of the line, a voice with a strong Japanese accent introduced herself as the nephew of Akio Morito, the renowned cofounder of Sony. His uncle was the man who invented the Walkman, the transistor television, and was running possibly the most powerful music corporation the world had to offer back then. The Japanese heir mentioned he was a fan of ‘Propriété Privée’, a record Sammy had produced himself, pressed in small quantity and barely distributed in 1987. He was in fact so keen on the record that he wanted to sign Sammy Massamba to Sony right away. He added that Prince himself had been influenced by the eponym track’s intro for one of his songs, and that there were potential judicial remedies that could help, amongst other things, to propulse Sammy Massamba to global stardom in no time. He was coming to Paris with his uncle this very monday, and wanted to meet straight away to sign a contract. Sammy Massamba had been a famous musician in Africa and the European diasporas for 2 decades at that time, however he had always kept a cold head towards the glitz and glamour of show business. His wife on the opposite started getting massively excited by the prospect. The week-end passed, and Monday came. Sammy showed up at the meeting point, and waited for hours. Nobody came. A few days went by, without any news. Sammy ended up calling the Sony French office, and after a few unsuccessful attempts, the truth emerged: Akio Morito’s nephew had died in a car accident in central Paris the day before the meeting was due. Sammy was stunned by the news, and spent the next three months on the verge of mental breakdown, unable to write music. He moved on, with a long-lasting feeling that his Propriété Privée album, which had been so painful to release, was cursed.The story continues. The record keeps circulating in France, Italy, Germany and Spain thanks to people making bootleg cassettes. A decade later, youtube arrives. Somebody uploads the album, cementing cult status amongst djs and African music lovers. In 2015, Fred Martin, manager of label / blog Les Mains Noires, meet Sammy Massamba at his home. Sammy has found a full box of mint Propriété Privée vinyl copies, and Fred offers to sell them to his network of buyers for a good price. They sell out in a few days and a new generation of DJs start spreading the gospel. Which brings me to the time I discovered this music. In 2016, invited by the Ethnographic Museum of Geneva, Switzerland to DJ at an exhibition opening, I decide to keep the party going and hit the Gravière club around 3am, where local DJ Jean Toussaint is hosting a vinyl party with the acclaimed German DJ Hans ‘Nomad’ as a guest. When I enter the club those 2 killer DJs are playing back to back a heavy selection of soukous and afro funk. Jean drops the Propriété Privée tune and the sky falls on me. I rush to the booth, asking him what the hell that was. He generously tells me, and I spend the rest of the night obsessing about it. Come back to the hotel at 6am, go online as soon as I hit my room. A copy of the record is for sale on Discogs, its expensive but a no brainer for a 6am inebriated vinyl junkie. When I receive the vinyl a few days after, the reward outlast my expectations: there’s not one but three killer tracks on this 4 songs EP. A deep soukous cut (Mizele Ngue, the second version Sammy has recorded of this great tune) and a slow electrofunk burner called Sala Keba. What a treasure to behold…Propriété Privée is the pinnacle of Sammy Massamba’s style, a successful fusion of African and American music heritage, halfway between Franco and Otis Redding, Fela and Wilson Picket, King Sunny Ade and Aretha Franklin. A one man band army, exploding with charisma and adventure. I am very grateful to present it today in a carefully restored and remastered format, and would like to thank Sammy for his trust, my team and the numerous friends who helped along the way. Let’s hope the curse on the record is ancient history, I have a meeting in Central Paris soon… Etienne ‘DJ’ Tron, Marseille, February 2019.

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1. Yamina
2. Mizele Ngue
Side 2
1. Sala Keba
2. Propriete Privee

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The Healing

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BCUC aka BANTU CONTINUA UHURU CONSCIOUSNESS

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1. The Journey With Mr Van Der Merwe
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1. Sikhulekile (feat Femi Kuti)
2. Isivunguvungu (feat Saul Williams)

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Do Your Thang

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For their 8th release Alélah Records teams up for a family affair.After releasing tape albums and mixtapes since two years now, the label offers a debut record from the ‘’ Organic means ‘’ featuring boss label LB aka LABAT & Polow along side Mr.Fries from Dortmund and Kamoony in Paris. Presenting a four track record freshly demonstrating each artists vibe for the dance floor. «Do your Thang EP « deli-vers a good balance between massive banger like “ No-words“ and a more deep house side with “ Nu Dreamz “. On the other hand , side b of the record features a debut release on wax for Polow with “ Darious “ a late night joint with dreamy vocals.To conclude the various Kamoony presents us a soulful and spiritual piece of music influenced by the 3 chairs vibes andthe Rotating Assembly.Definitely a record that will stay in bags for a while... watch-out !

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1. LB Aka LABAT - Nu Dreamz
2. Mr Fries - Nowords
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1. Polow - Darious
2. Kamoony - Abbaz

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A New Birth EP

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Bedrock Whiskey Disco contributor and deep house veteran, YSE, returns with his next EP, and it’s destined to follow in the same steps as previous hits like his Beards, Swimwear and Ladykillers EPs.The funk is on fire again!

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1. Just As Bad As You
2. The Prison
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1. I Know I've Been Changed
2. New York Paris

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Synthétiseurs, Samplers & Polarweiss

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Unheard tracks of french musician Patrick Michaud. A journey from synth to computer, a sequence of the New Wave mutation in between two decades. 1988 - 1992.

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1. Wild Kingdom
2. Crazy
3. The Way
4. Andromeda
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1. Memory
2. Lamentations (intro - live)
3. Lamentations
4. Computer (intro - live)
5. Computer

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A.E.I.O.U. (Dimitri From Paris remix)

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Released in summer 2018, “A.E.I.O.U.” is the first single from upcoming album by legendary Brazilian singer DI MELO, 40 years after his classic self-titled Samba-Soul LP. Performed and produced by French brilliant combo COTONETE, it has received great support from DJs and media internationally, with amongst them DIMITRI FROM PARIS, who also honored us with a banging remix!!Cotonete & Di Melo new album titled Atemporal, will soon follow up!!

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1. AEIOU (Dimitri From Paris remix)
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1. AEIOU (Dimitri From Paris Super Disco dub)

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