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    Vinyl records of the week 01.30.19

    #vinylrecord #selection #electronic #kitsune #mowgan #polarity #sergiovilas #sughehapul
    01/30/2019

    Diggers Factory has selected 5 vinyl records not to be missed this week: Kitsune, Mowgan, Sergio Vilas and Sugheh Apul!


    Various Artists - KITSUNE LOVE

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    Kitsuné Love is the first compilation of a long series for the Parisian label. It is a real success which works because it is built around a common theme imposed on all artists: love, avoiding any shipwreck in the rose water. Created in 2002, here is copies of the original pressing, 3xLP, including PLAYGROUP, Trevor Jackson's group, DJ Gregory, Julien Jabre, Alan Braxe, Ernest Saint Laurent. ...


    Mowgan ft. Kaleta - Karoussel

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    Karoussel, a vibrant, dynamic, soul-enriching hybrid between electronica and deep African musicality that sets the standard for contemporary collaborations between western and African artists, and the first in a series of album projects from Mowgan on his fledgling label Mow Records...


    po-lar-i-ty - we-are-brothers

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    It is in the spirit of pulling opposites together that Yoruba Records presents its first project for 2019, “we-are-brothers” by po-lar-i-ty.

    po-lar-i-ty = the brain child of Osunlade and Burlie Mac.

    po-lar-i-ty = A collaboration exploring sonic nuances of polar opposites.


    Sergio Vilas - Universal Child

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    Essex, UK-based producer, DJ and live performer Sergio Vilas returns to SubSensory Recordings with his second full length album, Universal Child. Driving, often-jackin 'percussion fused with pulsing chords and bass pumping make every track a dancefloor filler. Each track presents distinctive energy, from the stomping rhythms of Detroit Day and the hypnotic sub bass of Universal Child, to the minimalist atmosphere of Tubular.


    Sugheh Apul - Valdemar

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    It literally translates as ‘one warrior’, from the words ‘ein’ meaning ‘one’ or ‘alone’ and ‘arr’ meaning ‘warrior’. This name shares the same roots as einherjar, the word for the slain warriors in Valhalla. The dead who reside in Valhalla, the einherjar, live a life that would have been the envy of any Viking warrior, fighting all day but being returned to full health every evening. However, ultimately they are doomed to die in the struggle during Ragnarok.