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Death Metal Angola: Sounds Of African Resistance

shockwebpic_deathmetalangolaDeath Metal Angola is an awesome new documentary directed by Jeremy Xido that captures the growing hardcore death metal scene that has developed in the war-stricken southern African country of Angola.

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New Mix Series ▶ Future Frequency Mix 001 + Interview w/ Kush Arora

As part of our new Future Frequency Exclusive Mix Series we present to you Kush Arora, a music producer and DJ who’s been sculpting sound in San Francisco and beyond for over a decade. He has branded his own signature imprint on bass driven music and recently UK Funky, Kuduro, African, and Tropical Dancehall sounds.

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New Buraka Som Sistema: Hangover [BaBaBa]

Buraka is back with a banger! Co-Produced by Buraka Som Sistema & Stereotyp / Video Directed by João Pedro Moreira & Carlos Afonso

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Perfect Loosers present Akwaaba Remixed – Megamix!

A mix to start your weekend off right! From Akwaaba and Perfect Loosers. A cool collaboration effort bringing together Africa + Paris + remix efforts from producers all around the globe.

It all started one year ago, Akwaaba head dood Benjamin Lebrave met up with the Perfect Loosers in their studio right outside of Paris. He came with a mountain of songs by Ahmed Fofana, Baba Salah and Onyenze. Treasures he’d accumulated on his travels to West Africa. And he met an enthusiastic trio: Waly had been fed Tunisian music since birth, Mast grew up listening to his Congolese step dad’s addictive soukous jams. He also ripped walls with Sigisbert Tartanpion, his head filled with the Caribbean sounds of his parents.

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