High Focus Remixes By Pete Cannon

High Focus ist 5 Jahre alt geworden. Zu diesem Anlass wurde, mithilfe von Monsieur Cannon, ein Brett von einem Remixalbum an den Start gebracht. Ich bin kurz nach der Geburtsstunde auf die Jungs gestoßen. Seitdem habe ich kaum einen Track gehört, der mich nicht überzeugen konnte und kaum einen Tag ohne, mindestens einen High Focus Tune, verbracht. Where You Find Me von Verb T ist bereits einer meiner Alltime Faves, der Remix ist die Krönung.

Bei Bandcamp kann und sollte man den Dudes, mit der Name Your Price Funktion, gratulieren.

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La Familia – Harte Zeiten (+ Freshcut Remix)

Erstmal das Original, aus Liebe zur Familie.

Und checkt die Cloud vom Kollegen Freshcut / Mad Vision aus Köln. Den Hurt + Don’t Beat mag ich auch verdammt gern, außerdem rockt der Redman Remix. Ich werd dran bleiben, macht mal nach und ich drück uns die Daumen, dass da noch was geht.

La Familia




Jakarta Records – Sawtuha

Im Januar erscheint die komplette EP über Jakarta Records. Ich bin gespannt wie ’ne Armbrust!
1. Maryam Saleh – Nouh Al Hamam (Oddisee Production) 
2. Youssra El Hawary – Ghareeb An El Medina (Brenk Remix) 
3. Maryam Saleh – Watan El Akk (Blackjoy Remix) 
4. Medusa – Naheb N3ch Hyati (Production Olof Dreijer) 
5. Badiaa Bouhrizi – Mana’a (Blundetto Remix) 
6. Nawel Ben Kraiem – Figurine (Oddisee Production) 
7. Houwaida – Janaa 
8. Rasha Rizk – Elegie (Shuko Production) 
Jakarta Records:
„A little less then three years ago the political situation in many countries of the Arab world changed dramatically. Uprisings started in rural areas of Tunisia and from there spread to various countries in the region. Millions gathered in the streets united by their demand for more democracy, rights and participation in the political process. In most cases the reaction of the governing dictators were relentless and severe towards every form of protests. Violence in the streets of Cairo, Tunis and Bengasi escalated and resulted in the overthrow of the governments in Tunisia, Egypt and Lybia. 
A year later a group of female singers and musicians from Tunisia (Nawel Ben Kraiem, Badiaa Bouhrizi, Medusa, Houwaida), Libya (Nada) and Egypt (Donia Massoud, Maryam Saleh, Youssra El Hawary) met in Mohsen Matri Studio in Tunis to sing- against corruption, despotism, patronization and narrow-mindedness. The song with Syrian artist Rasha Rizk was recorded some months later in her political asylum in Cairo. Sudanese/American producer Oddisee and Olof Dreijer of the Swedish pop duo The Knife joined the session, participating in the creation of the musical backdrop as well as the often multi-instrumentalist female singers. For the vinyl edition producers such as Brenk, Blackjoy and Blundetto contributed remix versions of the project. 
At the time and still today especially musicians and especially women were and are trapped in a spiral of repression, discrimination and violence. „Sawtuha“ (Arabic for „her voice“), the album that is the product of the 2-week session, is a vital encouraging testament of rebellion against the repression of democratic rights, gender inequality, and lack of inclusion. The music is an organic mixture of traditional Arabic music, regional influences and various forms of contemporary Western musical genres. A mixture that may sound contradicting at first but makes total sense once you listen to the music. 
The studio session was organized by the Berlin based NGO MICT (Media In Cooperation And Transition) and was funded by the German Federal Foreign Office.“