Dig of the week

Orchestre Le Peuple – Trio Ce Pa Kos
Another Parisian suburb lucky early morning flea market find, this LP published by Pathe in 1977 features Pamelo Mounka and is a pure gemm with the highlight being this melancholic track, so deep!

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Dig of the week

Os Tubaroes: Tema Para Dois
Here’s a tune that sounds like nothing else : hypnotic funky rhythm, big band horns and deep coladera melodies by the mighty Tubaroes from Cabo Verde!

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Dig of the week

Dr Paa Bobo: Enye M’ania
Superb highlife for the tropical DJ’s, like this track, ‘Papaye nni Aye’. This LP very well produced in UK was lost in the sales of the shop! Dig deep…

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Dig of the week

Gill Fountain: Pa Mosi
Luckily found in Guadeloupe… Dug in the basement. Late 70’s, this cadence from Dominique had psyche elements that make it a special tune for the tropical heads! Madness dug in the basement, Check the track...

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Dig of the week

Les Loups Noirs: A New York
‘Pile ou face’, the ultimate haitian Psych track, totally unique sound, in this LP bought during money time at a flea market find north of France…

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Track of the Day


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Je voudrais danser avec toi
By Les Bois Sirop
2017/Born Bad Records/Digger’s Digest
Two years ago, it was a dig of the week. For this summer, this splendid latin boogaloo (70s/Hit Parade) could be a good soundtrack for dance lovers.


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