Multi Culti’s astrological archive expands into vinyl-phase #2 with deep lunar trips and solar worship from Nicola Cruz, Moscoman, Zongamin, Manfredas, Umoja and Crowdpleaser feat Mah’Mood.
Fly with us, friends – we have places to go, faces to see, sounds to collect and feelings to make.
One of the key emerging artists out of South America in recent years, NICOLA CRUZ is fresh off his debut album on ZZK and primed to take off with his folklorically dope live set. ‘Pagano’might be his most dance-floor friendly track to date, sounding like it came straight out of Compass Point studios carrying the smell of good ganja.
Next up is Disco Halal’s MOSCOMAN, kicking it in a latino style for a change, flexing his skills into different lingual terrain, masterfully mixing things up in his inimitably unconventional style.
ZONGAMIN is back – The madly talented Japanese cowboy-funk maestro throws down a six string shoot-em-up serenade for talented lovers in cults of the future, everywhere.
MANFREDAS – Our favourite wildman-Lithuanian lights a lethal stick of incense on Glasswalk, a musical memoir of riding a crack pipe out of an opium den in the slums of Mumbai. True story.
UMOJA’s Umboweti is a cheerful jungle jaunt, sounding like Francis Bebey stripped and mixed for the club. Guaranteed smiles and vibe elevation.
The trip concludes with Swiss journeyman CROWDPLEASER teaming up with Egyptian homie Mah’mood for a majikal rendition of pre-Islamic poem Yasmin, featuring hauntingly beautiful vocals from Tunisian wedding singer Habib.
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