Keith Fennell’s selections this week amigos. This one was compiled ages ago – sorry for flaking out here Keith! Amazing music though; thank you thank you. If afrobeat, jazz, funk, latin & soul music floats ya boat, wrap yer ears around this one. Beautiful stuff.
Tracklist from Koji’s mix —
01 Ebo Taylor – Saana
02 Santrofi – Africa
03 Roy Chicago – Mo Duro Gedegbe
04 Fatai Rolling Dollar – Iyawo Iyawo
05 El Rego – Do Do Baya
06 King Ayisoba – Look My Shoe
07 Femi Oorun Solar – Ori Mi
08 Assagai – Beka
09 All Stars Of Jos – Take Your Soul
10 Ajate – Uka
Woweembeem Mixtape 037 was compiled by Keith Fennell and edited by Papa Lou
Amazing selection of tunes submitted this week by Diogo Yudi. One of our favourites so far! 10 super fine afro, latin, soul & funk bombs. Beautiful.
Yo, we’re back in The Sugar Club soon – event details are here.
Here’s last week’s tracklist:
01. Talya Ferro – Cuando Calienta el Sol
02. Quarteto Em Cy – Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser
03. Os Brazões – Que Maravilha
04. Dom Salvador e Abolicao – Hei! você
05. Peter King – Ajo
06. Neno Exporta Som – Deixa A Tristeza
07. Osmar Milito – Mais Cedo Ou Mais Tarde
08. Marcos Valle – Wanda Vidal (Instrumental)
09. Quinteto Ternura – Logo Cedo
10. Tony Grey – You Are The One
Woweembeem Mixtape 020 was compiled by Diogo Yudi and edited by Jaz Somun.
Young go-getter Cathal Seoighe put together this week’s mixtape. He’s been slaying Galway & Dublin dancefloors these past few years — so make sure to keep an eye and ear out. Maximum legit music dude.
In other news, we’ve got Awesome Tapes From Africa back playing The Sugar Club this Nov 11th, alongside our faves, Farah Elle, Super Silly & Replete.
Full event details over here.
Aaaand the tracklist for our last edition w/ Aimee Chan:
01. Susso – Bani
02. Haruomi Hosono – Hurricane Dorothy
03. Tamba Trio – Ou Bola ou Búlica
04. Erkin Koray – Cemalim
05. Hafusa Abasi & Slim Ali with The Yahoos Band – Sina Raha
06. Lata J. Ramasar – The Greatest Name That Lives
07. Roger Damawuzan – Wait For Me
08. Talali Talala – Verckys et l’Orchestre Veve
09. Panom Nopporn – Sao Ban Pok Pab
10. Shadow – Let’s Get It Together
Woweembeem Mixtape 019 was compiled by Cathal Seoighe and edited by Jaz Somun.
Our pal Aimee Chan is guest mixtaper this week, and what a killer selection of music it is. Solid gold jams from Japan, Thailand, the Congo and more. Lovely.
Our next party is in The Sugar Club on September 22nd 2017.
Read all about it over here!
Aaaand the tracklist for last week’s Congolese special:
01 – Grand Kalle – Miwela Miwela
02 – M’Bilia Bel – Faux Pas
03 – Franco et le T.P. O.K. Jazz – Massu
04 – Nyboma – Doublé Doublé
05 – Zaïko Langa-Langa – Mokili Echanger
06 – Pelasimba et Manuaku Waku et Likinga – Wele Wele
07 – Pambu – Grand Zaiko Wawa
08 – Kamanzi – Zaiko Langa Langa
09 – Pépé Kallé & Orchestre Empire Bakuba – Fungola Ngai
10 – Le Poète Simarro Massiya – Kopo Epasuki
Woweembeem Mixtape 018 was compiled by Aimee Chan and edited by Papa Lou.
This week we have a beautiful selection of songs on a jazz / latin / afro tip, compiled by everyone’s favourite Brazilian Pablo Santos. After a stint back in the home country, he’s recently returned to Dublin – welcome back dude – and thanks for the awesome music! Pablo will be joining us in the DJ booth at our next party in September. Roll on.
Here’s the tracklist (w/ YouTube links) from James Keating’s killer mix last week:
01. Hilaire Penda – Force In The Heart
02. Evasion 85 – Van La Ka Vante
03. Antoinette Konan – Assandjé
04. Okoi Seka – Melokon Mebun Ou
05. Semi-Colon – Talking About You
06. Gnonnas Pedro – DaDje Von O Von
07. Déka Koma/West African New Sound – Ya Na Séé
08. Buari – Advice From Father
09. Polyversal Souls – Yelle Be Bobre
10. Eddie Hooper – Pass it on
11. Jean-Marie Bolangassa – Disna Ngaï
12. Jacob Mafuleni & Gary Gritness – Atuka Mhondoro 808
13. Tumblack – Caraiba
14. Irakere – Chekere Son
15. Sly & The Revolutionaries – Sensi Dub
16. Revelasong – Bob Rythm
17. Max Romeo – Rise Up
18. Pecker – Kylyn
Woweembeem Mixtape 016 was compiled by Pablo Santos and edited by Papa Lou