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Solta a franga

fri 21 oct 2016 23:00 
Composer: Pat Thomas

A party without borders! Mixed by DJ Bertú: Afrotronics -Issa edition-

DJ Bertú was already working on a Afrotronics mix for Solta a Franga, when he learned Issa Bagayogo (photo) had passed away on 10 October 2016. Bagayogo was a Malinese singer and musician who played the kamele n’goni, a 6-string harp-ud. He was one of the first who dared adding a dash of electronics to the traditional music of his homeland. With his hypnotic grooves and warm voice, he created beautiful records, both was also very loved by DJs and remixers.
As an hommage to Issa Bagayogo, DJ Bertú has mixed an hour of hypnotic Afrotronics grooves with a prominent place for Issa “Techno” Bagayogo.

01.  Ngou Bagayoko – Kulu

02.  Issa Bagayogo – Filaw (Shrift Remix)

03.  Osunlade – Moussoulou [Yoruba Soul Mix]

04.  Ebo Taylor, Pat Thomas & Henrik Schwarz – Eye Nyam Nam ‘A’ Mensuro (Henrik Schwarz Blend)

05.  Sassouma Kouyate – Niani (Jose Marquez remix)

06.  Issa Bagayogo – Ciew Mawele (Adham Shaikh’s Dusty Foot Remix)

07.  Mop Mop – Kamakumba (Africaine 808 Remix)

08.  Sekouba Traore – Donson (Boddhi Satva Ancestral Soul Remix)

09.  With You. – Resistance

10.  Afel Diallo – Yele Kae Ye (Jose Marquez remix)

11.  Boddhi Satva – Ngnari Konon (feat. Oumou Sangaré)

12.  Konono Nº1 – Kinsumba

13.  Mark Ernestus’ Ndagga Rhythm Force – Jigeen

14.  Issa Bagayogo – Filaw (Rise Ashen Rub)

DJ Bertú plays Global Beats without limits and is inspired by and gets grooves from vast jungles, far-away deserts, but also urban beats from cities and jams from around the corner. Ever since the early 80s, he has been obsessed with African rhythms and funk and nothing can stop him from listening to music from all over the world and creating his sets based on what he’s picked up. DJ Bertú performed on many stages, in clubs, and on festivals, including Lowlands and Oerol. (photo).
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