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Mixes coming up during July 2010

Well well well, summer is upon us the hard way in Paris! But that won't slow us from publishing some new and incredible mixes, starting with my own (with the help of Grant Phabao for mixing/mastering) 21st Century Afro Extravaganza, which should be up this WE!! Then we'll have the live mix from Ian Wright recorded at this year's Paris Rare Groove Day, thanks to our friends Pal & Smokey. We should also add to the archives two cool mixes from our friend Faud (Les Mains Noires), who's been diggin' some rare and old African grooves... Two reggae mixes are ready too, two retrospective of Studio One veterans, one is about Carlton Livingston, celebrating his recently released Bridge of Life album, the other is about The Jays (from The Royals, Chantells, Black Uhuru, etc), announcing their upcoming Stepping Up In Time album... Both albums being produced by Grant Phabao and released by our brand new label Colored-Inc.


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