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WEEKEND FUNK: ‘Tropical Grooves & Afrofunk International’ selections from the Paris DJs Soundsystem

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I’ve been jamming to the Paris DJs Soundsystem’s latest gift to the masses for the past two hours. I’ll be jamming this fantastic lyrical throughout the next few days. Turn your speakers up: THE WEEKEND HAS ARRIVED!

This second volume in the series of ‘Tropical Grooves & Afrofunk International’ selections from the Paris DJs Soundsystem is the follow-up to the ‘Dis Is Good For You’ compilation from last year, one of Paris DJs’ bestseller since the media morphed into a label (now releasing a new single or album every week!). This time artists were sent a mesmerizing Ben Hito artwork as a source of inspiration to submit tracks, with a hypnotic new direction towards the mystic, and music flowed from all over the world with a communicative enthousiasm…

The compilation was cooked up by Paris DJs honcho Djouls with the help of co-founders Loik Dury and Grant Phabao, going through hundreds of songs and instrumentals in order to refine a full hour trip of messing-with-your-mind grooves.

From the Afro Funk of Polyrhythmics or Phil Motion & The Easy LO-Fi, to the Afro-Latin sounds of Bixiga 70, Jungle Fire, EMEFE or Radio Citizen vs. Deela, from the Carribean Funk of Mop Mop to the Ethio-Jazz of Arat Kilo or Jungle By Night, From the Afro Psych of Goat to the Roots Reggae of Grant Phabao & The Silvertones, from the heavy funk of The Sidetones or The Grits to the Afro Dub of the International Ducks, this is a new tour de force in gathering the many colors of psychedelic funk & jazz from all over the globe!

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‘Tropical Grooves & Afrofunk International’ selections from the Paris DJs Soundsystem

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