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                    [post_title] => The Scorpios
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The Scorpios is a a London outfit combining new and old in a classic traditional setting. First contemporary release on our own in-house label. The full album is here! Package includes CD and Digital Download. Front artwork by Toronto's own A man called Warwick! Check snippets at Soundcloud!


 

“Hailing from Central Sudan and now based in London after fleeing the fundamentalist takeover in that region, the Scorpios are a septet that melds Arabic rhythms and guitar chops (and a kind of swooning cyclical ecstasy) with a raw Eastern funk feel, properly dismantling cultural barriers in pursuit of a unifying rhythmic bliss. Heavy bass, synths, horns and percussions drive through traditional Sudanese forms to create a sound that owes as much to Detroit as it do to Khartoum” - Tusk

 

“The Scorpios translate Sudanese music from past decades into the now while maintaining a raw, unplugged sound.” - Thomas Gesthuizen (africanhiphop.com)

 
“Truly beautiful and hypnotic Sudanese sounds for the mind, body and soul. Clap your hands, tap your feet and then rewind.” - Rickard Masip (Tropical Treats)
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                    [post_title] => L'Ochestre Kyaddondo Int. and Mwenge Jazz
                    [post_excerpt] => Two tracks from the Doromy archives in Nairobi. Gkinumanze delivers a knockout bassriff in an uptempo frenzy of a tune sung by Charles Sonko from Uganda. Kizunguzungu is a a funky coastal groover from Mwenge Jazz band of Tanzania. Check it out on our Soundcloud page or hear them below if you have Flash!  [af_audio_player audio_link="http://www.afroseven.net/songs/charles-songo-gkinumanze.mp3"][af_audio_player audio_link="http://www.afroseven.net/songs/mwenge-jazz-kizunguzungu.mp3"]
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                    [post_title] => Loi Tok Tok Eboma
                    [post_excerpt] => Chakacha is a furious Afro-Rock funk bomb from this fantastic group, vocals by Kasim Kombo. Flip it and you have another unique track called Mungwana, wait for the horns to kick in ! Both tracks officially licensed on our inhouse label. Head over to the front page to read the whole story! Comes in tasty Afro7 sleeve with original label design. Check audio on out Soundcloud page or below if you have Flash enabled [af_audio_player audio_link="http://www.afroseven.net/songs/loitoktok-chakacha"][af_audio_player audio_link="http://www.afroseven.net/songs/loitoktok-mungwana.mp3"]
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                    [post_excerpt] => Taarab doublesider killer! Harambe with it's insane R&B groove riff, flip it and you have the crazy liverpool track. Originally from mid 60s aimed for the growing tourism in Mombasa and it's regions. Both tracks officially licensed on our inhouse label. Read the full story on our front page! Comes in tasty Afro7 sleeve with original label design. Check out on our Soundcloud page or hear them below if you have Flash! [af_audio_player audio_link="http://www.afroseven.net/songs/mac-party-harambe.mp3"][af_audio_player audio_link="http://www.afroseven.net/songs/mac-party-liverpool.mp3"]
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                    [post_title] => Tanya Ria
                    [post_excerpt] => Another gem on our own inhouse label, ghetto styled female funk doublesider from the streets of Nairobi! Heavy drums, horns, synth and great vocals sung by the late Tanya Ria aka Rachel Wanjiru. Go to the frontpage for the for the full story. American pressed 45's with uk centre pullout (just like original Kenya singles!) Comes in custom Afro7 silkpressed sleeve from Thailand. Limited release, all rights reserved. Check full audio below! Note: Ships in week 21. [af_audio_player audio_link="http://www.afroseven.net/snippet/afro7-7-02a.mp3"][af_audio_player audio_link="http://www.afroseven.net/snippet/afro7-7-02b.mp3"]
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                    [post_title] => Faduma Kassim
                    [post_excerpt] => First release in our own East Africa reissue series. Fantastic doublesider from Somalia. Heavy backbone flipped sax and great vocals sung by the late Faadumo Qaasim. Flip it and you have the crazy Berflasana by Ahmed Sharief Yusuf. Top sound for your home stereo or play in the clubs. Limited release. American pressed 45's with uk centre pullout (just like original Kenya singles!) Comes in custom AFRO7 silkscreen pressed sleeves. Ships in week 21.
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                    [post_excerpt] => First contemporary release on our own in-house label. The Scorpios is a a London outfit combining new and old in a classic traditional setting. The percussive 'Yaelhajarok' leaves a mark with it's progressive keys climax while 'Yadob Yadob' has a more minimalistic static groove approach, both tracks feature stunning vocals by Regina, Babu and Osman. This is a teaser limited seven waiting for the full album to drop later this year 2016! Comes in brown vintage sleeve.
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                    [post_title] => Gravity / Matokenya / Jabali
                    [post_excerpt] => Last Afro7 twelve in the Kenya Kikuyu dancefloor series! Three unique tracks spanning over three decades, from three different groups! The catchy Boogie cut Lost in Love by Gravity from 82. Mrs. Onyango heavy seventies futuristic Benga banger by Makonde's sidekick group Matokenya. Flip the disc and you find the 90s synth-driven Folk Song (Kanyoni) from Francis Njoroge's Jabali group. Comes in a super deluxe heavy cardboard made in Thailand, silk pressed pattern by California multi artist Steve Roden. Limited to 350 copies only! Won't be repressed! Only one copy per customer! Check soundclips below, through Soundcloud or have a look at our extended press release here.

 

Good rates on international shipping! €7 to Europe, €11 to the rest of the world. Note this ships third week of February! Official release date 24.02.2017
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                    [post_title] => Njoroge Benson / Francis Njoroge
                    [post_excerpt] => Afro7 records continue to present vintage dance music from Kenya. From the early 90s, two modern Kikuyu Dancefloor bangers back to back for the first time, restored and remastered and remixed destined to get your floor moving! Including original mix/original mix and rework by legendary Finnish producer Didier Selin. Comes in a super deluxe heavy cardboard made in Thailand, silk pressed pattern by California multi artist Steve Roden. Limited to 350 copies only!  Check soundclips below, through Soundcloud or have a look at our extended press release here.

 

Good rates on international shipping! €6to Europe, €10 to the rest of the world. Note this release ships second week of October! Official release date 14.10.2016
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                    [post_title] => Kiru Stars (Julius Kang'Ethe)
                    [post_excerpt] => Two Kikuyu Kenyan Disco knockers back to back for the first time on a extended 12 inch! Guaranteed to get your floor moving! Julius Kang'Ethe was on the top of the Nairobi Nightclub charts back in the mid 80s with two singles on his own label. These tracks sound just as good today as they did back then. We extended the package, including original mix/extended and rework by legendary Finnish producer Didier Selin. Comes in a super deluxe heavy cardboard made in Thailand, silk pressed pattern by California multi artist Steve Roden. Limited to 350 copies only! Note only one copy per customer! Check soundclips below, through Soundcloud or have a look at our extended press release here.

 

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                    [post_title] => Light & Sound of Mogadishu LP
                    [post_excerpt] => Compilation of songs from Somali artists released on the small Light & Sound label imprint in the seventies. A unique blend of funky and trad grooves with unique voicing. Vinyl is limited to 1000 copies! Comes in deluxe packaging with inner sleeve and the full L&S story with pictures and background information on the artists. Remastered from mint original vintage 45 rpm vinyl singles. First compilation of it's kind with this audio quality, no cassette fidelity here!  Must have for DJ's, rare groove collectors and fans of music from Africa. For audio snippets from the compilation and in-depth story go to the press release page. See Discogs for tracklisting.

 

Good rates on international shipping! €5 to Europe, €10 to the rest of the world.
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The Scorpios is a a London outfit combining new and old in a classic traditional setting. First contemporary release on our own in-house label. The full album is here! Package includes CD and Digital Download. Front artwork by Toronto's own A man called Warwick! Check snippets at Soundcloud!


 

“Hailing from Central Sudan and now based in London after fleeing the fundamentalist takeover in that region, the Scorpios are a septet that melds Arabic rhythms and guitar chops (and a kind of swooning cyclical ecstasy) with a raw Eastern funk feel, properly dismantling cultural barriers in pursuit of a unifying rhythmic bliss. Heavy bass, synths, horns and percussions drive through traditional Sudanese forms to create a sound that owes as much to Detroit as it do to Khartoum” - Tusk

 

“The Scorpios translate Sudanese music from past decades into the now while maintaining a raw, unplugged sound.” - Thomas Gesthuizen (africanhiphop.com)

 
“Truly beautiful and hypnotic Sudanese sounds for the mind, body and soul. Clap your hands, tap your feet and then rewind.” - Rickard Masip (Tropical Treats)
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