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10 Great 2011 Releases Paris DJs Hasn't Talked About (Yet?)






Ane Brun - It All Starts with One (Almost Records) info
Blood Orange - Coastal Grooves (Domino Records) info
Hazmat Modine - Cicada (JARO) info
JJ Grey And Mofro - Brighter Days (Alligator) info
Joan as Police Woman - The Deep Field (Pias) info
Primus - Green Naugahyde (ATO) info
Shabazz Palaces - Black Up (Sub Pop) info
The Barr Brothers - The Barr Brothers (Secret City) info
Toubab Krewe - TK2 (Nat Geo) info
Will Sessions - The Elmatic Instrumentals (Fat Beats) info



Ane Brun - It All Starts with One (Almost Records)
info




Blood Orange - Coastal Grooves (Domino Records)
info




Hazmat Modine - Cicada (JARO)
info




JJ Grey And Mofro - Brighter Days (Alligator)
info




Joan as Police Woman - The Deep Field (Pias)
info




Primus - Green Naugahyde (ATO)
info




Shabazz Palaces - Black Up (Sub Pop)
info




The Barr Brothers - The Barr Brothers (Secret City)
info




Toubab Krewe - TK2 (Nat Geo)
info




Will Sessions - The Elmatic Instrumentals (Fat Beats)
info


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