Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.
Our full range of DJ equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices.Visit Juno DJ
|1.||Cannibals - "Hey Tonight"|
|2.||Cannibals - "We Keep On Keeping On"|
|3.||Harari - "Party"|
|4.||Harari - "Good Vibes"|
|5.||Don Laka - "I Wanna Be Myself"|
|6.||Don Laka - "Lets Move The Night"|
|7.||Neville Nash - "Breakdown"|
|8.||Neville Nash - "Perfect Love"|
|9.||Benjamin Ball - "Flash A Flashlight"|
|10.||Benjamin Ball - "I Just Keep Dancing"|
|11.||Al Etto - "You've Got The Love"|
|12.||Al Etto - "Hold On To Love"|
Cultures of Soul have a reputation for digging deep for inspiration, so it's little surprise to see their latest compilation shine a light on the previously unheralded South African synth-disco scene of the early 1980s. Compiled by label boss Deano Sounds and Johannesburg digger DJ Okapi, Boogie Breakdown gathers together 12 hitherto hidden gems from six seminal South African acts. There's naturally much to admire throughout, from the spacey synths and celebratory vocals of Harari's "Party", and the slick, soulful electrofunk of Don Laka's "I Wanna Be Myself", to the reggae and P-funk flavoured thrills of Benjamin Ball's "Flash A Flashlight", and the sensual, late night synth-soul of Al Etto's "Hold On To Love".
Tell us what you think in the Facebook comments box below: