Another Angle :: 2:00pm 5th Jul 2017


Renowned crate digger and turntable meister Cut Chemist, along with the Beats of All-Nations crew, took a trip to Colombia last year, enjoying the fineries of Petronio Alvarez festival as well Cali’s fine assortment of vinyl markets and record shops. And it is no surprise that the vinyl they picked up has provided inspiration for a new release, as this is the standard reaction to Colombian music.

Approximately one year after their trip Cut Chemist and Beats of All-Nations have announced Going Back to Cali: Cut Chemist’s Colombian Crates Remixed, a free-to-download album of classic Colombian music – by the likes of Los Corraleros de Majagual, Los Teen Agers, Julio y su Combo – that has been remixed by a trusted selection of global producers with Cut Chemist interjecting his own vinyl-based musings on the trip. Amongst those in the remix seat are Co. Fee, El Dusty, Atropolis, Los Chico Altos, Bosq and Yukicito.



folamour   jazz session for no future people

complete walkthrough   may i

fyi chris   repeater

rick wade   feels

linval thompson   mariguana

sonya spence   let love flow on

harri kuusijarvi koutus   la route de pokka

phil ranelin   for the children (slicker remix)

hlio matheus   mais kriola

milton nashipear   tudo que (lord echo's edit)

dj t-rock and squashy nice   gyro genius

norma jean   i've taken over

stezo   talking sense

gnork   after noonz like

beck   don't let it go

emma ruth rundle   the distance

air france   collapsing at your doorstep

808 state   pacific 707

ability II   pressure (luca lozano remix)

lake people   september futuristic

el da sensi feat organized konfusion, mike zoot and f.t.   frontline

dj t-rock and squashy nice   say what

dj t-rock and squashy nice   pretty girl crooked smile (slick mix)

dj shadow   do u know what

augustus pablo and the crystalites   bass and drum version

the go-betweens   spring rain

the smiths   reel around the fountain

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