Beginning and ending with snippets of wisdom from Joseph Campbell, this percussive mixdown spans an Eastern flavor with plenty of solid beats rooting the atmospherics. For full track listing and more info and track listing click here.
The ReEducation Mixdown: A modern tribute to Afrobeat, featuring tracks by Aphrodesia, the Souljazz Orchestra, Akalé Wubé, Seun Kuti and the Egypt 80, Fanga, Antibalas, Femi Kuti, Ariya Astrobeat Arkestra, and Ayub Ogada. Press the downward facing arrow on the upper left to download to your desktop.
In the Tribe: This set was mixed in Brooklyn on Election Day 2010. It is dedicated to every American who feels this nation has a ‘Muslim’ problem. Watching the blue fringes and red center of this nation is depressing for a number of reasons, but most prominently when any of the 70% of Americans who do not own a passport feel capable of discussing global issues. While it is dedicated to that segment, it is for everybody to enjoy, as music is one of the quickest entry points to learning about other cultures. Featuring songs by Bahramji & Maneesh de Moor, Nagore Sessions, Nass Marrakech, Natacha Atlas, Drumspyder, Kartick & Gotam, Beats Antique, Mercan Dede, Dubsahara, Susheela Raman, and Ravi Shankar & George Harrison, the illuminating commentary interspersed throughout is presented by Joseph Campbell. Enjoy.
Infusion 2010: Mixed for our Fall 2010 party featuring new art by Craig Anthony Miller and DJ sets by EarthRise SoundSystem and Mark Basta. Trax: Angolè – Teta Lando ~ Of Parties and Stars – Tumi & the Volume ~ Somos Pacificos – Chocquibtown ~ If Love – Agape feat Nadia Harris ~ Souba Souba (Bluetech Mix) – Vieux Farka Toure ~ Indian Dope (Drumspyder Mix) – The Spy From Cairo ~ Bad Things – Lal Meri ~ Batkallim – Natacha Atlas ~ Blue Eyed Black Boy – Balkan Beat Box ~ AguaSalá – Bomba Estéreo ~ Big BW – Fat Freddy’s Drop ~ Egypt By Air (Bombay Dub’s Ambient Cinematic Remix) – Bombay Dub Orchestra.