|1.||Christopher vs Swahili Alley - "DoaDoa14" (extended mix) (6:20)|
|2.||Santuri - "Min Kula" (Esa 12" mix) (7:44)|
|1.||Bantu Clan vs Sarabi - "Africa Ni Leo" (extended mix) (7:46)|
|2.||Bantu Clan vs Sarabi - "Africa Ni Leo" (Behr remix) (5:59)|
After pit stops in Cuba and Kenya, Auntie Flo and Esa's Highlife World Series lands in Uganda for its closing edition. Recorded over various stints at the East Africa music conference DoaDoa in Jinja in the past year, these four tracks find our intrepid pair of travelling fusionists working with musicians from Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya and South Africa. First up is "DoaDoa14" by Christopher and Swahili Alley, named in honour of its genesis at that year's conference and a fine journey through spiritual African house music. Next up Esa shows off his prowess at extended dancefloor burners with a superb twisting remix of Santuri's "Min Kula" whilst the B side features Bantu Clan Vs Sarabi's "Africa Ni Leo" in both extended and remixed by Behr form. A fine end to a consistently enlightening series.
Alexis Le-Tan, Curious Disco, MUSHROOMS PROJECT, AfroBase (Radio Chart), Tropical Fever, Mallorquin, Max Essa, Cedric Maison (Hypercolour), Irfan RAINY, Juno Recommends Disco, Afro Beat Foundation, I Love Disco!, JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Ex-Friendly (Truth & Lies Music), Mudd (Claremont 56), Terrence Pearce, Justin Gg Green, Benjamin Fröhlich, Terrence Pearce, Cervo (Banana Hill), Peter Croce (Rocksteady Disco), DJ SCM (Warm Tapes Adjustment), Esa
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