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Wednesday, Mar 19 2014 | 03:26
Image: 1587294 African Shakedown is back! After Ata Kak made so many new friends around the globe, we take you on another journey into the irresistible world of African rhythms and grooves. The A-side starts with "O Ye", a groovy Afro-Disco floor-filler by Canada's one and only Eddie C. Its compelling groove and call-and-response vocals will surely heat up every dancefloor from here to Accra!

This is closely followed by Berlin based producer Noema. Known for his highly acclaimed hit-edit of Ata Kak's"Daa Nyinaa", he takes you on a psychedelic trip, by melting the traditional sounds and voices of Burundi into a swinging House groove. The flip side shines with two heavy hitters as well: One third of Stockholm's infamous Studio Barnhaus crew, Axel Boman is the man behind the re-rub of "Bayaya", which has already garnered mass approval by screaming dancers all over the world during his outstanding dj sets.

To round off our trip, the Disco aficionados from Soft Rocks re-constructed "Disco Machine", a cuba infected Afro-Disco-Soul stomper nobody will be able to resist.

A1. EDDIE C_O YE
A2. NOEMA_THE SHAKE
B1. BAYAYA_AXEL BOMAN RE-RUB
B2. DISCO MASCHINE_SOFT ROCKS EDIT Available from 28.02.2014
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