Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-06-30 Mala Special

“Get ready to meditate on bass weight this week as Gilles is joined by dubstep heavyweight, Mala, and his record box.
Mala talks about his highly anticipated solo release, Return To Space, what the future holds instore for his DEEP MEDi imprint and being influenced by Goldie.
He also dropped some of his own big tracks alongside tunes from the likes of Dadawah, Coki and J-5ive.”
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Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-06-30 Mala Special [Filesonic download]

1. Rhythm – Are You Ready For This
2. The Willow Band – Funky Guitar Man
3. The Jimmy Castor Bunch – Creation
4. The Jimmy Castor Bunch – It’s Just Begun
5. Mombassa – Africa Hustle
6. Gnonnas Pedro – Okpo Vidca Bassono
7. Sebastien Pynasco Orchestre – Mihlinmigan
8. Orchestre Super Volta – Renouveau
9. The Observers – Organ Satta

10. Words and Music From Mala
1. Dadawah – Seventy Two Nations
2. Mala – Body Clock Delay
3. Coki – Old Hope
4. Coki – Serious
5. Digital Mystikz – CR7 Chamber
6. Mala – Mountain Dreadmarch
7. Grace Jones Grace Jones – Love You To Life (Mala Remix)
8. Mala – Strangers From Paradise (inspired by Chris Ofili’s Strangers From Paradise)
9. Coki – Intergalatic Dub
10. Guest – Smooth Skin
11. J-5ive – Try Harder
12. Mala – Return To Space

11. Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics – Electricone
12. James Rivers – It’s All Over
13. La Logia Sarabanda – Guayaba
14. Aloe Blacc – I Need A Dollar
15. Gizelle Smith & The Mighty Mocambos – Coffee High
16. Homeboy Sandman – Parallel Perpendicular
17. Pleasure – Joyous (Kon re-edit)

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1 thought on “Gilles Peterson Worldwide 2010-06-30 Mala Special”

  1. Loads of 7″ vinyl played this week. And great dubstep selections by Mala too. Don’t think he’d played Gizelle Smith after Aloe Blacc though. Can’t wait for next week when Mr Blacc will join GP in the studio.

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