31 July 2011

George FM Playlist Sun 31 July "In The Pocket"

Colonel Red | Blue Eyed Blak
Tama Waipara | Where I Go (Mark de Clive-Lowe remix)
Milez Benjamin | Chop That Wood
Lily Allen | Smile
The Black Seeds | Rotten Apples (Lowman's Block Rockin' Bass remix)
The Jimmy Castor Bunch | It's Just Begun
Leonard Seeley's Heritage | Feel It (BT Magnum edit)
Steve Shelto | Don't Give Your Love Away
Carmen | Throw Down
Real El Canario | International Style
Five Special | Why Leave Us Alone (Larry Levan remix)
Jermaine Jackson | Erucu (AC edit)
Debarge | Baby Won't Cha Come Quick
Chromeo | Night By Night
Amy Winehouse | Rehab (Pharoahe Monch remix)
Angela Bofill | People Make The World Go Round (Seegweed edit)
Allen Hoist | Inner City Blues (4Hero remix)
The Carter Brothers | Full Disco Jacket
Afrodisiac Sound System | Italo Nitro
Funk Ferret | Whole Loada Shizzle

30 July 2011


The Bump this time 'round is hardly a rare one or even really an underground one, but it is a worthy Bump nonetheless. White Treble, Black Bass netted Australia's Sgt Slick an ARIA award & much club adulation - with good reason, methinks. Put down your drinks & shake what your Momma gave ya.

Radio Ponsonby Playlist Fri 29 July "Expansions"

Tony Ansell | Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
Ned Doherty | Get It Up For Love (Montauk edit)
Greg Perry | Come Fly With Me
Horace Andy | Skylarking
The Specials | Ghost Train (The Revenge edit)
D'Nell | This Thing
Quincy Jones | Summer In The City
Freddie Cruger | Movin' Amongst Madness
Lyn Christopher | Take Me With You
Sweet Stuff | Freaky (To You)
Aleem | Get Loose (dub)
T-Connection | Do What You Wanna Do
Harvey Mason | On & On
Debarge | Baby Won't Cha Come Quick
De La Soul | All Good (MJ Cole remix)
Mayer Hawthorne | Green-Eyed Love (Classixx remix)
Spectral Display | It Takes A Muscle (Crucial Three remix)
Outkast | Spottieottiedopealicious (DJ Angola rework)
David Bowie | Let's Dance (Jean Claude Gavri edit)

28 July 2011

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Radio Ponsonby Playlist Thu 28 July "The Long Black"

Step up to the plate: I had a call from Sweetpants yesterday asking if I'd like to cover his breakfast show this morning, as he'd managed to score an interview with Morgan Spurlock, he of Super Size Me fame. I said yes, as you do. So, check out the playlist and click here to listen to the audio - and the interview, where Morgan speaks about his latest "Doc-Buster" film, POM Wonderful Presents The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, which is part of this year's International Film Festival lineup.

D'Angelo | Everybody Loves The Sunshine
Rick James | Gettin' It On (In The Sunshine)
Chet Faker | No Diggity
Gecko Turner | Monosabio Blues
Skull Snaps | It's A New Day Redux
Gene Harris | The Look Of Slim
Sola Rosa with Four-D | Del Ray
Rae & Christian with Veba | Spellbound (Old English remix)
Holy Ghost! | Do It Again
Rayko | Ipanema Boogie
Disco Tech | Get Lifted
Chapter Three | Smurf Trek (The Revenge edit)
* Morgan Spurlock interview *
40 Thieves | Backward Love
Cherie Mathieson | Tomorrow's Day
Ben Sidran | About Love (Seegweed edit)
Five Special | Why Leave Us Alone (Larry Levan remix)
BLT | Tighten It Up
Charanga '79 | Good Times

26 July 2011

Radio Ponsonby Record Review: Norman Jay Presents 'Good Times' 30th Anniversary Edition

Norman Jay MBE Presents
GOOD TIMES - 30th Anniversary Edition

Disclaimer: I am a massive Norman Jay fan. He's an inspiration to me as a DJ. I've all his previous Good Times compilations, alongside others he has put together. I shared Red Stripe, curried goat and spliff with strangers while dancing to he and his brother playing at London's famed Notting Hill Carnival. I was even lucky enough to meet the man himself when Sweetpants and I brought him to New Zealand to play, some years back. So, there's your disclaimer, given before I comment on his latest Good Times compilation - a celebratory 30th Anniversary Edition, released by the Strut label. Thing is, regardless of my personal views, if you've even the slightest inkling of who Norman Jay MBE is then you know you're in for a top drawer selection of soul, funk, reggae, house, hip hop, doo wop and plenty more besides. Rare Grooves and very Good Times indeed.

4 stars from 5

I don't usually post tracklists or other details when I review an album, but I'm such a fanboy when it comes to Norman Jay, that I'm making an exception. Hey, rules are meant to be broken, right? Right. Oh, and another thing: purchase a physical copy - or track down the liner notes - as my man Lloyd Bradley has written a career-spanning sleeve note based on extensive interviews with Mr Jay. Just sayin'...

Mark Capanni | I Believe In Miracles
Avery Sunshine | I Got Sunshine
Ted Taylor | Ghetto Disco (Norman Jay edit)
Zalmac | Dreamin'
Terri Wells | Who's That Stranger
Little Anthony & The Imperials | I Don't Have Time To Worry
Mario Biondi | My Girl
Jacob Miller & Inner Circle | Tired Fe Lick Weed In A Bush
The Basement Khemist | Everybody (L.I.F.E.)
J Boogie's Dubtronic Science with Goapele & Capitol A | Try Me (People Under The Stairs remix)
Attic Tree | Voar
Curtis Mayfield | Victory
Dante | Freak In Me
Fries & Bridges | Forever This
The Detroit Experiment | Think Twice (Henrik Schwarz remix)
Ashley Slater | Private Sunshine

25 July 2011

George FM Playlist Sun 24 July "In The Pocket"

Mid-Air | Ease Out (The Revenge edit)
Uptown Funk Empire | Keep On Givin' It Up
6th Borough Project | Endless Nights
Area Social | Spinning
Marbeya | Sancho
Dexter Wansel | Life On Mars
Spaceship Earth | Midnight Express To Love City
Tosca | Chocolate Elvis
40 Thieves | Backward Love
Beatconductor | Peace Officer
Jean Claude Gavri | Flight 106 (Analog Synthology Trip)
Greg Wilson | Full-Tilt Boogie
Cazbee | Second Time Coming (Cazbee's Smooth Operator edit)
The Player's Union | All Green
Chet Faker | No Diggity
Handsome Boy Modeling School with Roisin Murphy | The Truth
King Kapisi | Sub-Cranium Feeling
Loop Professor v Gilberto Gil | Stop And Gil (E's E edit)

Review: I, Ced 'All In My Mind'

All In My Mind
[Record Breakin']

Jazzy Hip Hop. There, I said it. Hate away. Regardless of how you or I feel about those opening three worlds, they describe this style of music pretty damned accurately; particularly along with these three words: deep underground soul. Unfortunately, and despite the obvious and endearing charms of this outstanding debut album, underground is right where it's destined to stay - and commercial radio listeners will remain all the poorer for it. L.A.-based beat maker and musician I, Ced (yep, that's right...) has delivered a gorgeously layered and meticulously arranged album of genuine soulful (and jazzy!) hip hop music. Semi-recognisable snatches of songs, or hooks from songs, float by; the blend of samples and live instrumentation is on point; and the guest vocalists add rather than distract. Much like when you first heard D'Angelo or Maxwell, you'll inevitably slide sideways into this sensually love-drenched stuff. Don't even try to deny it.

4 stars from 5

Radio Ponsonby Playlist Fri 22 July "Expansions"

I felt like making you do some diggin' for the songs from today's playlist, so have provided only song titles for you. Shouldn't take a rocket scientist to sort it out, aye, especially with Google+ all up in our grills...

Dirty Jazz Jointz
Rise (Daz edit)
Late Night Drop
El Diablo
Whole Loada Shizzle
Sweet Bill
Thinking About Your Love (Koko Garito edit)
A Special Love
Flight 106
Funky Song (Jayl Funk edit)
All Green
Come Into My Life (Onur Engin edit)
Get It Up For Love
Put The Freez On (Rayko edit)
All The Time We Need (original)
Disco Forever
Moo Juice (Benji Boko & BOYCOM remix vocal)
Chance With You (Stickybuds Reconnection)
Spottieottiedopealicious (DJ Angola edit)http://www.radioponsonby.co.nz

Review: Bachelorette 'Bachelorette'

[Particle Tracks]

The Air sure is rarified up there where Bachelorette operates. The South Island NZ-raised, East Coast US-based artist also known as Annabel Alpers has delivered yet another slice of sophisticated space case pop with her third - and apparently final - album as Bachelorette. Cleverly self-titled (her debut is called The End Of Things), Alpers brings her delicate indie pop music back to earth without sacrificing the enticing weirdness which has made all of her work so enjoyable. While the songs are more subtle and less overtly electronic than on her last album My Electric Family, she continues the lusciously dense layering of her own voice; sometimes building to massed-choir crescendos, sometimes sounding like Bjork or a seriously stoned Enya, and other times hinting at Stereolab or Radiohead fronted by a breathy-sounding... well, Bachelorette. The vastly talented "ugly duckling" has delivered a gorgeous swansong with this refreshingly strange and highly engaging album.

4 stars from 5

George FM Playlist Sun 17 July "In The Pocket"

Recloose | Electric Sunshine
Bibio | Anything New
Cornish Waters with Duchess | Walking
Nuyorican Soul | Nautilus (MAWtilus)
Weldon Irvine | We Gettin' Down
Loose Ends | Hangin' On A String (Contemplating)
Roger Troutman | You Should Be Mine
Crown Heights Affair | Dreamin' A Dream (Frico edit)
Chilly | For Your Love (Tangoterje edit)
Magnum Force | Get In The Mix
Tout Sweet | Another Man Is Twice As Nice
Aleem | Get Loose (dub)
Exquisite Taste | It's You That's Happening
American Gypsy | Inside Out
Erykah Badu | Bump It
Rae & Christian with The Jungle Brothers | Play On (Watch Out For This! mix)
Blend Crafters | Melody
Red Hot Chili Peppers | Funky Monks

Review: Asa 'Beautiful Imperfection'

Beautiful Imperfection

Beautiful Imperfection is the second album from Nigeria-raised, Paris-based singer-songwriter Asa (pronounced 'Asha'). While her gentle blend of soulful reggae rhythms and straight-up pop sensibility is nothing new, Asa's warm, husky, inviting vocals provide real magic - recalling Macy Gray mixed with Nina Simone. She also has a knack for knowing when not to sing, never over-reaching yet imparting every bit as much emotion as the average hyper-inflated vocoder chorus from commercial radio. While her self-titled major label debut from three years back linked the socially conscious music of Joan Armatrading, Tracy Chapman and Bob Marley with contemporary soulful R&B, Beautiful Imperfection sees Asa step back from any overly political or philosophical lyrical content and focus on crafting a highly enjoyable listening experience. Imagine a musically adept and classy Lily Allen crossed with a hip Katie Melua, mixing lyrics in English and Yoruba, and you're getting near the beautiful imperfection of Asa.

3 and 1/2 stars from 5

George FM Playlist Tue 12 July "The Selector"

The last in a series of recent covering shows for Karn Hall (and Thane Kirby, for that matter) yesterday saw a true Selector's Setlist emerge from my bags, veering wildly from chillwave to post-modern tech. A number of tracks were taken from the forthcoming Hit It & Quit It Radio Revue Vol. 1 compilation, put together by Recloose and Frank Booker. Watch for it - it's an absolute stormer, top to bottom.

The Oliverwho Factory | Goin' Back
Neil Diablo | The Feeling
Andy Ash | Hip Joint (Deep Space Orchestra remix)
Louis La Roche with Ad-Apt | Missing You*
Lewis McCallum with Tama Waipara | Way We Live
Mayer Hawthorne | A Long Time*
Recloose | Electric Sunshine
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti | Round And Round
The Adults | Part Of Me (Magik Johnson remix)*
Jazzy Jens | Undisputed
The Jungle Brothers | I'll House You
Gramophoniedzie with Joey Negro | No Sugar
Underworld | Diamond Jigsaw*
Dubxanne | Roxanne (dub)
Reggie Blount | Why Do You Call Me Baby?
Brother2Brother | Chance With You (Stickypod Reconnection)
Trujillo | Looking Up Through You
Yuksek | On A Train (The Magician remix)*
Tricky | Murder Weapon
Gilles Peterson's Havana Cultura Band | Roforofo Fight (Louie Vega remix)
Starblazers | Sunshine
Amp Fiddler | Superficial
Aloe Blacc | Billie Jean (live)
Sepalot with Ladi 6 | Go Get It (AC Slater remix)
Icasoul with Capitol A | Givin' It Up
Resin Dogs | She's Gone
Falcon Punch | Where You'll Stay*
Grandmaster Flash | The Message (Roots Manuva remix)
Chic | I Want Your Love (Tangoterje edit)

George FM Playlist Mon 11 July "The Selector"

Another week begins with another opportunity to cover for Karn Hall on the George FM Selector. Much fun was had by all. I can only assume.

Gazeebo | School Boy Chubby
Erykah Badu | On & On (Leo Zero rework)
Fat Freddy's Drop | Flashback (The Electric remix)
David Dallas | 'Til Tomorrow*
APlusD | I Keep Forgettin' To Regulate
I Blame Coco | Turn Your Back On Love (Plastic Plates remix)*
Marina & The Diamonds | Shampain (Fred Falke remix)*
PNAU | Solid Ground (Adrian Lux remix)*
Natalie Walker | Cool Kids
SBTRKT with Little Dragon | Wildfire*
Tim Richards with Edward Waaka | Chatterbox*
Two Bears | Bear Hug*
Jayl Funk | Piece Of Me
The Gary Byrd Experience with Stevie Wonder | The Crown (inst.)
Oliver S | Doin' Ya Thang
Sgt. Slick | White Treble, Black Bass
Norma Jean Bell | I'm The Baddest Bitch In This Room (Moodymann remix)
Riva Starr | Splendido*
Party Ben | Single Ladies In Mayberry
Maverick Sabre | Let Me Go*
Carte Blanche with Alexis Taylor | With You*
Toddla T with Shola Ama & J2K | Take It Back*
The Count & Sinden with Katy B | Hold Me*
Wiley | One Hit Wonder*
Rasmus Faber with Melo | Get Over Here
Quick-Jaxx | Hey Bill (Bang Bang) (Club remix)
Drop Out Orchestra | West Gothic Climax
Yuksek | On A Train (The Magician remix)*
Drop Out City Rockers | Man On The Run

Big thanks to the show's producer, Johnno; and to George FM lawyer Johnnie K for dropping in and talking about the Law Of The Land. Nice one.

Review: Beastwars 'Beastwars'


One of the best ever names in rock n' roll and the incredible artwork all over the untitled debut from Beastwars made me very excited about subjecting my stereo to this album. New Zealand's fast growing stoner/sludge rock scene has thrown up some very good bands and at least one great album (take a bow, Arc Of Ascent), and this was recorded with Dale Cotton (HDU, Dimmer, Die! Die! Die!) and mastered by John Golden (Melvins, Sonic Youth, Faith No More), two huge names in music of this size. So why does the album sound so tame? Arguably they've all the elements in place (gruff vocals, loud guitars, grunty bass, slow drums) and I guess it's difficult to break new ground in stoner rock, but they never get out of second gear. I'm sure live they're a terrifying prospect, but this sounds more like a Pokemon fistfight than a Beastwar.

2 and 1/2 stars from 5

George FM Playlist Sun 10 July "In The Pocket"

Propers to Mark Burgess for stopping by the show today and dropping some gems on air.. Seems the listeners enjoyed a little dose of the Outerdrive style too - and why not? Ideal for a Sunday afternoon.

Sanchez Last Stand | Done With You
Holy Ghost! | Hold On (Blackjoy remix)
Oliver S | Doin' Ya Thang
Sgt. Slick | White Treble, Black Bass
Drop Out City Rockers | International Track
Isaac Hayes | Pursuit Of The Pimpmobile
Aural Exciters | Chinese Rap*
Chicago | Woman Don't Want To Love Me*
Donald Byrd | Dominoes
Mtume | Green Light
Tata Vega | Get It Up For Love*
Skyy | Call Me
Gladys Knight & The Pips | Love Is Always On Your Mind*
? | Regret Me Not*
People's Choice | Special Things For You*

Review: Beatchild 'Something Forever' (Special Edition)

Something Forever (Special Edition)

J Dilla has a lot to answer for. The legendary Detroit producer, crate-digger and DJ was a sonic maverick who crafted a sound all his own - one which has been unselfconciously aped by a laundry list of artists ever since. Add Canadian producer Beatchild to said list. BBE have re-released his Something Forver EP with four new tracks, and while much of this doesn't develop beyond dinner party music often enough to really engage, there are fleeting moments when I hear Pete Rock, Raphael Saadiq and even D'Angelo among these smoky, chocolate-smooth grooves. Soulful, jazzy, head-nodding, slow-burning vibes and positive lyricism abound, but when the tempo is slow the cliches mount up and he sounds like a poor man's Maxwell. When the tracks bump along Beatchild sounds at his most original and exciting - Down, B-Boy Beef V2 and D.A.N.C.E. are clear iPod picks. Promising, yes, but ultimately just not delivering.

2 and 1/2 stars from 5

George FM Wed 6 July "The Selector"

More middle-of-the-week and daytime shenanigans for me on George FM. Check it...

Herbie Hancock | Magic Number (Disco Version)
Norma Jean Wright | Love Attack
Kano | Don't Try To Stop Me
Maverick Sabre | Let Me Go*
DJ Twister | Everybody
RSL | Wesley Music
Mayer Hawthorne | A Long Time*
Clymax | Musicland
Homework | Lenny*
Lette Mbulu | Killimanjaro (The Revenge edit)
Real El Canaria | International Style
Chromeo | Hot Mess
Wiley | Electric Boogaloo*
The Temptations v Groove Armada | Papa... In Chicago (Sugamoto edit)
Drop Out City Rockers | Man On The Run
Smoove & Turrell | You Don't Know (Kraak & Smaak remix)
Louis La Roche with Ad-Apt | Missing You
Two Bears | Bear Hug*
Yuksek | On A Train (Magician remix)*
Philly Blunt | Loves California
Ella Fitzgerald | Slap That Bass (Miguel Migs' Petalpusher remix)
Justin Simmons | I Need My Disco Fix
Flying Lotus | Do The Astral Plane
Drop Out City Rockers | International Track
I Blame Coco | Turn Your Back On Love (Plastic Plates remix)*
Hollie Smith with Mara TK | Lives For Living*
Sublime | What I Got (Kahne radio edit)
Mr Fudgesickal | Mash The Right Thing
A-Skillz | California Soul*
Gazeebo | You Ain't So Tuff
Rayko | Gettin' Down

George FM Playlist Tue 5 July "Tuesday Drive"

Hump Day Drive Show with 90 covering for Thane Kirby, who was attending the birth of his second child, Lola. Congratulations to all involved! (As it were...)

Al Green | Piece Of Mine (Jayl Funk remix)
Brother2Brother | Chance With You (Stickybuds Reconnection)
Eva Gina | Mandinga
Beatconductor | Kumbara
Mayer Hawthorne | A Long Time*
Carte Blanche with Alexis Taylor | With You*
The Streets | Those That Don't Know
Drop Out City Rockers | Man On The Run
Cool Million with Leroy Burgess | Cool To Make A Million (Drop Out Orchestra rework)
Maverick Sabre | Let Me Go*
Lykke Li | Follow Rivers (Magician remix)*
Red Or Dread | Private Life
Ladi 6 | Like Water*
Toddla T with Shola Ama & J2K | Take It Back*
Nina Simone | Save Me
2Trix with Ninia | Can't Stop Moving
Holy Ghost! | Hold On (Blackjoy remix)
Two Bears | Bear Hug*
Gyptian | Hold Yuh (Major Lazer remix)*
The Adults | Part Of Me (Magik Johnson remix)*
Phoenix | Armistice (RAC remix)
Louis La Roche with Ad-Apt | Missing You
I Blame Coco | Turn Your Back On Love (Plastic Plates remix)*
Hollie Smith with Mara TK | Lives For Living*
Yaxkin & Retrodisko | Bonanza
Real El Canaria | International Style
Los Charly's Orchestra | Rio Chico's Sunset
Massimiliano Pagliara with Sigrid Elliott | Gonna Get Your Love, Gonna Find You
Yuksek | On A Train (Magician remix)*
Underworld | Diamond Jigsaw*
Starsgarage | The Massage

Review: Dub Colussus 'Addis Through The Looking Glass'

Addis Through The Looking Glass
[Real World]

Addis Through The Looking Glass is the second album from Dub Colussus, an Ethiopian group centered around renowned British musician Nick Page aka Dubulah. Page founded the critically acclaimed Trans-Global Underground and recorded six albums with them before leaving to form Temple Of Sound, produce a couple of Natcha Atlas albums and begin a love affair with the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa. Building from the debut Dub Colussus set A Town Called Addis (2008), this Real World-released album bears witness to a gorgeous and uplifting blend of traditional Ethiopian music with jazz and reggae rhythms, given a dub (not dubstep!) re-rub. Imagine The Abyssinians, Sun Ra, the Buena Vista Social Club and King Tubby hanging at one of the Mad Hatter's infamous tea parties. From wide-screen, drifting jazz-dub to breathy love songs, from horn-laden reggae to high-energy Ethio-pop, Addis Through The Looking Glass is a sophisticated and thoroughly enjoyable listen.

4 stars from 5

03 July 2011

George FM Playlist Sunday 3 July "In The Pocket with 90"

I, Ced with Coultrain | Love... Meaning
Electric Wire Hustle | Experience
Isaac Aesili with Rachael Fraser | I'm All In
Wildcookie | Jackson Miles
James Brown & Earl Falconer | Traffic
Common with Erykah Badu, Pharrell & Q-Tip | Come Close (Quiroga remix)
Owusu & Hannibal | Blue Jay
Oneself | Unfamiliar Places
DJ Mitsu The Beats with Dwele | Right Here
Bebel Gilberto | Baby (Yam Who? Uptown Jazz Safari rework)
Andre Orefjaro with May Yamani | Cookin'
Jimmy Smith | Root Down (And Get It)
Masters At Work with George Benson | You Can Do It (Baby)
4 Hero with Terry D | Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You?)
Al Green | I'm Glad You're Mine
Raphael Saadiq | Skyy, Can You Feel Me?
The Whatnauts | Soul Walking
Curtis Mayfield | Pusherman
Ooft! | Mazin'
Tina Turner | I Can't Stand The Rain (Rayko edit)

02 July 2011

Review: Arthur's Landing 'Arthur's Landing'

Arthur's Landing

Arhur Russell was a key figure in the downtown New York music scene of the late '70s/early '80s, who tragically passed in 1992 aged just 40. His diverse tastes saw him mix reflective acoustic work ('World Of Echo'), disco (Loose Joints, Dinosaur L), experimental pop (The Sailboats) and modern classical ('Singing Tractors'); and collaborate with artists from Talking Heads to Philip Glass. Arthur's Landing is a broad collective of musicians who worked with Russell back in the day, and this album is the first in a series of "tribute" projects. While some argue his inner circle of disciples muzak out the kinks which made Russell's originals so charming, the counter-argument is more compelling: a gorgeously languid re-work of Is It All Over My Face (under its original title Love Dancing) sums up the lovingly reverential touch lavished upon all of these tracks. Painstakingly assembled, beautifully rendered and highly recommended.

4 stars from 5

Radio Ponsonby Playlist Friday 1 July "Expansions with 90"

Diverse | Jus' Biz
Jeru The Damaja | Ya Playin' Yaself
Monkone | Bossa Biz
Foreign Exchange | Nic's Groove
Beat Assailant | Hard Twelve (inst.)
Biggie Smalls | Hypnotize (Taggy Matcher edit)
Gene Harris | The Look Of Slim
Leroy Hutson | Love The Feeling
Keni Burke | Risin' To The Top (Ooft! edit)
Killer Funk Disco Allstars | Avoid The Question (I Gotta Go)
New Edition | Once In A Lifetime Groove (Ooft! edit)
Peter Jacques Band | All Right, Let's Go
Julien Dyne | Incredulous (Uptown Disco edit)
Beatconductor | Kumbara
Jimi Tenor & Tony Allen | Up Against The Wall
Prince Fatty | Insane In The Brain
Azymuth | Dear Limmertz
Beatfanatic | Electromagnetic Colours
Damn! | Leaving This Planet (Yam Who? remix)
Rasmus Faber with Melo | Get Over Here
Julien Jabre | Swimming Places
Lewis McCallum with Tama Waipara | Way We Live
DJ Kon | Goodbye Summer
Chico Mann | Go To That Place
Recloose | Electric Sunshine

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