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Mixes coming up in August 2010



On monday evening (Aug. 9), we'll be uploading an exclusive mix from new Tru Thoughts signing Hidden Orchestra! Later on this month, we'll be celebrating the 20 years of Ninja Tune with a mix of some 20 favorite Ninja Tune/Big Dada remixes and another one of 20 psychedelic pieces released by the label. Those mixes go along with articles I've written for the (French) Trax magazine special that's just been released: "20 years of remixes", "20 years of collectors" and "The dark side - psychedelic Ninja Tune"... A special Clutchy Hopkins mix is also cooking, thanks to the help of The Clutchy Hopkins Organization... And we're still expecting a mix by Faud from Les Mains Noires/Superfly Records, who's been diggin' some rare and old African grooves... and the two reggae mixes from Grant Phabao, two retrospective of Studio One veterans, one is about Carlton Livingston, celebrating his recently released Bridge of Life album, the other 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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