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Hotline :: You Are Mine

Say what ever you want, but there’s no denying that West African funk can shake any dancefloor around the world. […]

KINK GONG :: A Primitive Spirit

Under the pseudonym Kink Gong, Laurent Janneau records and reconstucts ritual music mainly from South East Asia and Africa. The […]

THE EGYPTIAN LOVER

The Egyptian Lover, a true Electro legend, King of the 808 beats & Baddest DJ, talks to Entropia, shares a […]

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RADIO MARTIKO

Founders of Radio Martiko, a unique label & DJ Collective from Ghent, talk to Entropia, reveal digging stories & deliver […]

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Babylon Is Iraq

Staalplaat deeper explorations of the sterling files of Muslimgauze. Exceptional numbered editon of 500, with hand made cover, glitter screen-print and laser cut.

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Nakara Percussions

Hypnotic percussion tracks and organic soundscapes drawing on African, Asian, Indian & South American traditions. Nakara Percussions was a trio from the south of France, fascinated with percussion instruments, rhythms and textures from across the world. Steeped in Jazz and ethnographic recordings, the trio designed and built their own instruments and played across the South of France throughout the 80s, recording a single album in the tiny village of Alliens in 1984. We recommend!

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Africa Oscura: Afro Dark Electronic Percussions

An afro-ambient soundscape recorded by the Italian composer & multi-instrumentalist Giuliano Sorgini between 1974 and 1976, in his studio in Rome. Africa Oscura contains drums, percussions and all sorts of analog synth overlaps that create a set of tracks inspired by the wildest and most obscure secrets of those lands, intended to be the background of some telly documentaries. A sort of concept-album about darkest Africa, with a kind of eerie mood, nearly esoteric, to which Sorgini was very close in those years, working on horror and b-movies soundtracks or experimental libraries. This score truly reveals the dark-side of "Zoo Folle". We highly recommend!

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Sorry For The Delay – Wolf Müller’s Most Whimsical Remixes

Jan Schulte has delivered countless revolutionary remixes under the familiar Wolf Müller alias. Now, Safe Trip has gathered together some of his most celebrated and hard-to-find reworks on Sorry For The Delay: Wolf Müller’s Most Whimsical Remixes. We recommend!

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