I am going to combine my Coachella recap with my mixtape because I will save a ton of time. Plus, I only wanna talk about my top shows anyways and those artists are mostly featured in this mixtape. I named this mixtape a while back and decided to keep it. I had a little help from Kanye jajaja. Anyways, this really WAS the warmest winter I have ever had. The mixtape I was wanting to put out a month ago is significantly different now that I’ve come back from Coachella having heard so many awesome tracks as well as having had the time to do some quick updating on my music library. Check out the quick recap in the previous post here!

The Warmest Winter is gonna make you daaaaaance! And it has some pretty lovely slow moments as well. It is filled with everything from jazz, blues, funk, rock to italo-disco, pop, progressive, dubstep, d’n’b and every other genre of electronica you can think of. Like all my other mixtapes, I put a lot of soul into it, and it truly is AWESOME. Oh yes. I had a super tough time cutting it so that it would be a certain size after compression and like always I am leaving so much out that I wanted to share…and now with albums from Ratatat, LCD Soundsystem, etc etc, a lot is definitely left out of this one since this tape was made almost a month ago. But the next tape will cover it. Alors, a caveat: Some of the songs I had to compress because the total size was too large and it was going over my 200MB limit for mediafire…so I apologize in advance for ruining the high quality of some of the songs…I hate to do that but mediafire is the host of choice for myself and many of you. Nonetheless, it is still amazing!

After the jump for the playlist!

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Playlist: The Warmest Winter


01 Coeur de Pirate – Comme des Enfants (Les Matos Andy Carmicheal Remix)

Quebec’s own Beatrice Martin a.k.a. Coeur de Pirate has blown up in the past few years with her first self-titled studio album in 2008. She was nominated for Francophone album of the year in 2009 by the Juno Awards (not like anyone reeeeally cares about music award shows, they’re such full of crock, especially the Junos–but nonetheless, great exposure for a rising star). People fell in love with her colorful self and equally colorful music: soft tones, smooth ballads, and catchy pop melodies. A bunch of remixes exploded onto the scene, particularly of her most popular song “Comme des Enfants” and this is my favorite by far.


02 The C90s – 10-01 (VillA Remix)

I first heard this remix a few months back on Annie Mac and spent nearly a month searching for this song. The c90’s are Dannie and Jamie from London. I can’t find more information on them other than what’s on their myspace:

Forming over a mutual appreciation of handclaps, cowbells and vocoders, Master Paterson and Monsieur Ashenden are The C90s. The London lads are easier described with the use of finger paintings, bright colours and made up words.

In their short time together they have gained credit for their remixes of Late Of The Pier, Headman, tape to tape, Tronik Youth, and most recently Roisin Murphy and Flight Facilities. In December 09, MixMag labelled The C90s remix of Filthy Dukes “Remix of the Month”, and also listed the instrumental version of 10:01 and their remix of Headman’s “Dirt” (featured on the Relish EP sampler and Relish Compilation ll) on their “Must Haves” for November.

This remix is incredible. Very much the style of Gramophonedzie’s “Why Don’t You” except with a bit less of a nujazz flair.

03 Crookers ft. Miike Snow – Remedy (Magik Johnson Vocal Remix)

Crookers are DJ’s Bot and Phra from Italy. Both started their musical careers at a young age. Bot took up the piano and the guitar and later became immersed in turntables, synths, and sequencers. On the other hand, Phra had already started DJing at the age of 11, eventually got into the Italian hip-hop scene and became an MC. They teamed up once they realised they had the same musical tastes: dance, house, a wide hip-hop influence, and anything else that surfaced in their genre exploration.

They released their first LP just in March of this year but were well known very much before that. I, like many others I’d imagine, found them through their intense repertoire of remixes which are hard hitting dance tracks being highly looped in popular DJ sets. Both songs of theirs in this mixtape are remixes done by others. I LOVE this one.


04 Javelin – STD Fury

Javelin are primarily two dudes and a few friends that love their loop tapes and putting anything and everything together. I think their lists of interests on their myspace will sum up just how their music sounds quite nicely:

chaka demus… tom tom club… kraftwerk… dollar bin dance records… transcendent amateurs, providence, 80s soca, bee pollen… regional dance music, local partying… new edition, smokey robinson, junk shops, flea markets, endless loop tapes… cousinship.


05 Bachelorette – Her Rotating Head

Having already seen a bit of her opening for Beach House, her album warms up to me more and more every time I listen to it. It’s hard to believe that Bachelorette, or Annabel Alpers from New Zealand, is a one woman show! The set up of her kive set looks like chaos on stage with wires and and various musical instruments shaped and plotted together in a perimeter around her. She released her first album My Electric Family last year but unfortunately did not get as much hype as I was hoping for.



06 Bei Bei & Shawn Lee – Hot Thursday

Their album Into the Wind is one of my favorites this year, combining traditional roots with modern sound, a classical album never sounded so…unlike itself. I cannot find anything on Bei Bei except for what is wonderfully written on her myspace:

For those of you new to Bei Bei, she is an internationally acclaimed Gu Zheng performer, composer and educator who was born in Chengdu, China and now resides in Southern California. Bei Bei performs solo and in various ensembles as a classical performer. Alongside, as a crossover artists, she has been collaborating with musicians from many different genres such as Jazz, Electronica, Pop, Hip-Hop, etc. The guzheng, also spelled gu zheng or gu-zheng or zheng (the Chinese symbol for which translates to “ancient zither”) is a traditional Chinese musical instrument with a truly captivating sound that lends itself as much to peaceful ambient recordings as it does to Kung-Fu funk. It belongs to the zither family of string instruments and is the parent instrument of the Japanese koto, the Mongolian yatga, the Korean gayageum, and the Vietnamese đàn tranh.

Watch out for new music by Bei Bei and UK producer Shawn Lee which marries a unique blend of ancient tradition with studio trickery and spiritual jazz. This uplifting, genre-bending, soundclash recalls the afrocentric harping of Dorothy Ashby, the hypnotic style of Alice Coltrane, and the organic electronics of Four Tet and Quantic.

Into the Wind is one of the top albums for me this year. This track, IMO, is one of the best songs on the LP.


07 Wee – Try Me

Wee is a 1970’s soul funk group. I couldn’t find very much on them because well, the name is ridiculously obscure, as well as the fact that they may not have been too big in their time so there’s not as much floating around out there. I discovered “Try Me”, a song that pulls your face into a wide smile no matter the circumstance, on the Numero Group Sampler. The Numero Group is is an archival record label that creates reissue compilations of previously released music, reissues original albums, and creates album reconstructions from a variety of musical genres. This particular one released in 2009 featured a ton of soul, funk, disco, and mo-town. The song by Wee is my favorite off the compilation.


08 Erykah Badu – Gone Baby, Don’t Be Long

Ugh. Y’all know how much I love Erykah Badu. She is the Goddess of Hip-Hop. Goddess of Soul. I was blessed and lucky enough to see her give an incredible performance that blew all of us away last year at Bonnaroo. She released her newest album, New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh) this year and it is amaaaazing. Songs like “20 ft Tall”, “Window Seat”, and the ten minute killer track “Out My Mind, Just In Time”, reiterate her artistic prowess, her outspoken femininity, and her soul that still remains strong through her experiences throughout the years. This track is one of my favorites off the LP because it is ooooh sooo sensual, just like Badu.


09 Lauryn Hill – Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You

Another Goddess of Soul. She’s been M.I.A. for a while now. The last thing she released was back in 2007, a mixtape, called The Re-Education of Lauryn Hill which you can get here. I recently had another musical phase where all I could listen to was one specific artist and mine for the month of March is Lauryn Hill, specifically the classic Miseducation album released back in 1998! Though this song is originally performed by Frankie Valli back in ’67, it’s been covered over 200 times by artists all over the world. This version is one of my top looped.


10 Eastern Conference Champions – Sideways Walking

The EEC are a band originally from Philly but now live in LA working on their next record. The only record I’ve listened to is their Santa Fe EP but they also have an album they released back in 2007 called Ameritown. Their EP is short and sweet, filled with heartfelt indie rock songs just like this one.


11 Dan Auerbach – When the Night Comes

Dan Auerbach. You probably recognize this from the blues rock group The Black Keys. He released his first solo album last year called Keep It Hid and it sounds very much like Black Keys (which is AWESOME–two dudes rockin’ the shit out on drums and guitar). The only difference I can feel is that Auberbach really sticks to the blues moreso than the rock in his solo LP; he reminds himself and his listeners of the blues roots that he grew up on which shaped his life and musical career. “When the Night Comes” is the slowest of the songs and is so lyrically powerful and beautiful in it’s simplicity. I could (and have) listened to just this song looped over and over at night, letting his voice melt over you like a serene mist.



12 Björk – Frosti

Ugh. One of my favorite artists of all time. This Icelandic queen is known for her powerful ballads, experimental and unconventional soundwiches, and her cries that send shivers to all creatures of the night for miles. She is fun, quirky, and unashamed to show her true colors in breaking what traditional art performance historically used to be. With choirs, vibrant and odd costumes, bare footed awesomeness, and Declarations of Independence, she never fails to astonish her live audience. I Still haven’t seen her live and soak in envy when I speak to people who have. I vicariously live through the shows shown on youtube and still feel wells of emotion pouring through me.

I was trippin’ one night and trying to get to sleep. So I decided to put on an album that I thought would help me out…my favorite of hers, Vespertine. Wow. The album never sounded SO GOOD. It created an alternate reality within the subaltern one I was already experiencing and I think now at least once in your life, you need to listen to this album high. It is amazing. “Frosti”, the simplest and shortest of the LP is one of my favorites.


13 Little Dragon – New

Gaaah an artist I regret not being able to catch at Coachella this year. From all the forums and first hand accounts, I heard this was an amazing show and she just goes crazy on stage having so much fun. And hooo boy can she sing live. Little Dragon are a 4 piece group from Gothenburg, Sweden: Yukimi Nagano (vocals), Erik Bodin (drums), Fredrick Källgren (bass), and Håkan Wirenstrand (keyboards). They released an album last year, Machine Dreams, that topped many lists and many of the song is from the LP itself got remixed to no end! Machine Dreams is a great listen. Imagine the already expected Swedish pop sound that we love so much mixed in with electronic nuances that we love from other Swedish pop artists like Sally Shapiro and Robyn. “A New” is one of my favorite songs…I love the build up, I love the serenity in her voice…she really does sound like she should sing to us from high above or something…it just glides so smoothly from one ear to the next.


14 Gorillaz ft. Little Dragon – Empire Ants

I love Little Dragon on this track. There would be no other substitution that could be made to even make it close to what Nagano brings to this short 3 minute track.

Onto Gorillaz themselves…It’s been a long long time since they released something…and when I saw the list of cameos on Plastic Beach, I got so excited. I remember getting their emails about their first track they were gonna release, “Stylo”. I heard the song. I saw the wicked video. The hype grew. Then finally! The album was released and all us starving fans gobbled it up as soon as we could and most of us, proceeded to think that Plastic Beach is…pretty awesome. One of their best works yet IMO. It is a sound that is definitely very different from their previous works, more retro, more synth, and it moved away very much from a stronger hip-hop tendency. “Empire Ants” is my FAVORITE track of this LP and probs one of my favorite track of this year.

I saw them live at Coachella and this is my take on it:

Ah the last night, the last performance. This show was hyped up like crrrrrrrrrrrrazzzzzy. Many like me, who came particularly for Gorillaz were super stoked for this show. The cameos were great! Bobby Womack, Little Dragon, De La Soul, and The Clash’s Mick Jones and Paul Simonon. I heard there were supposed to be more (maybe just rumors?) like Kano, Mos Def, Lou Reed…who knows! If they had Snoop Dogg that would have been Killer. Either way, Gorillaz definitely pulled out the stops with the guest appearances that I thought Jay-Z should have done.

Onto the show, surprisingly I was very disappointed. Like mega disappointed. The visuals were great and all, super well done and animated. But the side screens should have been up way higher ’cause no one could really see them if you were even maybe half into the crowd. Live, the songs just weren’t as good as the studio. Some songs like “Stylo”, “Feel Good Inc”, “Last Living Souls” were SO AMAZING. And then the songs like “Empire Ants” completely lacked the synth lines…the best part of the song!!! Transitions from song to song were slow, didn’t flow right…and at many points many people weren’t sure if it was over or not…They brought me so high up and then just dropped me. At points I got bored, and I got physically cold from not even moving my body because there was nothing happening or the sound just wasn’t right. And then finally at the end it was just…that. No goodbyes…no indication of anything. I’ve never had such a lack lustre conclusion of a night and to close out a 3 day festival like that is awful. But…I am still happy to have seen them, and to see Damon Albarn no matter the circumstance! Decent show in the end but it could have been loads better if the sound was right, if the transitions were more solid, and if gave us an ounce of crowd interaction. Maybe I am being too harsh, but these videos below are pretty great. 🙂




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15 MillionYoung – Weak Ends

Aaah I love MillionYoung. He was also featured in my previous mixtape:

He’s from South Florida and released his first EP just last year called Sunndreamm. This is one of my favorite electronic (dream wave) albums of last year. I can’t find anything else on the guy nor can I describe his music and his art better than this (taken from lastfm): MillionYoung hypnagogic, late night, loping pop loops bloom in the shadows of delirious dream territories; Mike Diaz’s aching, arching, always overhead vocals floating lonely above an effervescent, imagined coastal paradise of found tribal drum snippets, syrupy synth rushing and brilliantly colourful, drawn-out circular guitars that just absolutely refuse to fade or break, shading braincells in never-lived nostalgia; making stomachs shift with strange sickness in a beautiful, unshakeable way.

I will be catching him opening up for Gaslamp Killer in Toronto at Wrong Bar next week!


16 Flying Lotus – Galaxy in Janaki
17 Flying Lotus – Nose Art

Seriously. I love Flying Lotus so much. Cosmogramma is IMO his best work yet, one of the best albums of the year and probably one of the best of the new coming decade.

Taken from my recap:

FINAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLY! ONCE MORE! FLYING LOTUS WAS NEXT AND WE ALL KNEW HE WOULD MAKE US SEE BEYOND INFINITY! Y’all know how much I love Flying Lotus. I just love him. I’ve seen him at Club Lambi. Where he destroyed all of us. I’ve seen him at le S.A.T. but unfortunately there were sound issues so the show ended on an off note. I talk about him all the time to my friends, to music lovers, probably in my sleep too. His discography is just ENDLESS: LPs, EPs, remixes, mixes, production work, and all his collabs all of which are just fucking incredible. His official original work dates all the way back to 2006 with his first LP 1983.

Unbeknownst to most, Flying Lotus a.k.a. Steven Ellison has been making music for over a decade! Finally he gets his due. Finally he is getting the recognition that he and all his followers have been hoping and striving for for so fucking long. And this was a special Coachella. Last year he got effin’ snubbed. He was confirmed but wasn’t on the poster. Then unconfirmed. Like WTF. Goldenvoice FUCKED UP. And we were pissed. And he was sad and surprised. His blog post that he now took off rang something like “Flying Lotus – worked harder than most of the shitty bands/Djs playing Coachella. Wow.” But then he got reinstated for the Dome on the Saturday and all was forgiven.

And so Coachella 2010 would be a special special performance for him. We knew it meant a lot for him as much as it meant for us. This is THE TOP SHOW for me of the weekend. And to be honest, next to Daft Punk’s Alive Tour (still remains my top show of all time) I have not seen a better show. He poured his soul into those speakers. He poured his soul into his set. He made fucking love to us and we couldn’t have been any happier. My mind was fucking blown. Drugs or no drugs. It was a fucking trip. All of his live shows are. And you will never understand the full extent of the world that is Flying Lotus until you see him live. It is an experience. It is an adventure into outerspace, into the unknown. The beats were fuckin’ insane. My favorite part was “GNG BNG” melded with Portishead’s “Machine Gun”. GAAAAAAAAAAAAAME OVER! and best of all they were complimented with the nonstop array of mindfuck visuals done by Dr. Strangeloop. The visuals ALONE melted our brains but along with that LIGHT BOX…Holy fuck. HOLY FUCK. From a man who has experimented with psychedelics and has told the tale of his DMT experience, you just knew he knew that a large portion of us would see…differently. Though his music and his shows help us somewhat grasp an outer body experience, a higher consciousness, for those of us who were trippin’, rollin’, fryin’ or otherwise…WOW it really did make us see beyond infinity. It really was. I know this is said so much but that performance fucking changed me.

To Flying Lotus: Thank you for putting out this music, to go above and beyond sounds and visuals, to go beyond normal day corporeal limitations. From the first time I listened to your songs, I knew this was the kind of music I wanted to make. The first time I saw you live, my perceptions of art in all forms shifted in the most exponential of ways. Thanks for giving me so much inspiration and some of the best experiences of my life. Truly. Thank you.

I can only describe so much. And you can only listen to so much. So I share with you videos that I think do a decent job of representing Flying Lotus live. It doesn’t do him justice, but it is the best I can do to help you understand. Please buy his albums. Please support him and go to his shows. Below I share a shit ton of amaaaaazing videos of Flying Lotus at the Gobi Tent as well as two treats you might not yet have in your music library.







Buy his albums here!

Mix: BBC’s Essential Mix – Flying Lotus (29 11 09)
Mix: A Decade of Flying Lotus (mixed by Gaslamp Killer)



18 Noisia – Machine Gun (16Bit Remix)

Noisia are three cats from the Netherlands: Nik Roos, Thijs de Vlieger and Martijn van Sonderen. I thought that their band name came from the word “Noise” but it actually came from an upside down VHS tape that read VISION. That is pretty cool. Noisia are primarily known for making drum and bass tracks which they release on their own label called Vision Recordings. They also started a new…sub label called Invisible which promotes and releases more underground and experimental drum and bass artists including themselves. From this new 2010 label, they just released their first LP called Split the Atom. It is…MIND BLOWING!!!!!!!$%$^$%&* Seriously. It is incredibly hard hitting and if you get a chance to see them live, DO IT! They fucking kill the dance floors and keep the energy so elevated throughout. This track is their first single off the LP and is included in Machine Gun Remixes which has remixes by Spor, 16Bit, and AMON TOBIN!!! The original song is so amazing already, and the latter remixes are fantastic…The remix by 16Bit is ridiculous. It’s just so intense that if i put it on full blast I am sure my apartment would crumble. It is that grand. TURN IT UP!!!



19 Caribou – Bowls

OMGGGGG I really hope y’all have heard the new Caribou album, Swim. It is AMAZING. It is very unlike their previous albums (one of which won the Polaris Prize). Ontario born Dan Snaith moves towards a very electronic, experimental and psychedelic sound on this new album. It’s so reminiscent of Four Tet it makes me wonder if he was at all inspired perhaps by Hebden’s music as well. “Odessa” is the poppiest and most danceable of the songs on the album…whereas all the other more like songs meld into and unto each other with odd synths, chaotic bells, keyboard love, and a load of various instruments. The tracks are glued together into one cohesive amalgamation of intense sound waves which flow and weave together incredibly well so that by the end…you just don’t know what hit you. With my jaw dropped I couldn’t help but ask, “that’s Caribou?…Wow”.



20 Gil Scott-Heron ft. Nas – New York Is Killing Me (Redo)

Taken from my Coachella recap:

Gil Scott-Heron. Wow. Wow. Wow. This for me was one of the top acts of the entire weekend for me. And like James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem said during their set, “if you weren’t there, get the EFF OUT” because it was that magical. Scott-Heron has a ridiculously rich history. Born in 1949, he started his recording career in the 70′s. Having released a ton of albums which has undoubtedly influenced many artists today throughout the genres. Arrested, went to jail for cocaine possession. Got out. Got arrested again for the same thing. And then wham, released the incredible album I’m New Here just last year, the first one in 13 years of his recording history. Here is tiny more detailed tidbit by Wikipedia:

Gil Scott-Heron is an American poet, musician, and author known primarily for his late 1970s and early 1980s work as a spoken word soul performer and his collaborative work with musician Brian Jackson. His collaborative efforts with Jackson featured a musical fusion of jazz, blues and soul music, as well as lyrical content concerning social and political issues of the time, delivered in both rapping and melismatic vocal styles by Scott-Heron. The music of these albums, most notably Pieces of a Man and Winter in America in the early 1970s, influenced and helped engender later African-American music genres such as hip hop and neo soul. Scott-Heron’s recording work is often associated with black militant activism and has received much critical acclaim for one of his most well-known compositions “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”.

His live show was very unlike his new album, which is, I feel, quite dark but in a wonderful kind of way…His set was uplifting. It was filled with soulful percussion, jazz, funk, and of course, the influencing power behind his worldly wizened voice. The tent was wild.

It is unfortunate that it wasn’t more packed. I mean this in the sense that no one should have missed this show. He is an effin’ legend…but I guess people were too busy watching passion pit. What bullshit. I am so shocked that this tent wasn’t packed. The same with the Orbital when they were playing in the Sahara. You could walk right in and be right at the front. This just isn’t right. Jesus people are missing out on the legends and are going to incessantly hyped up and blogged about artists that are yes, cool, I suppose, but this! THIS! is the kind of music that started it all…you know? It just sucks that music that is so incredible, back to the roots, pure and basic, so fucking meaningful continues to remain underneath the pile of mainstream brainwashing.



21 Nas – Thief’s Theme

There was recently a mixtape released where Nas’ classic 1994 album, The Illmatic was mixed with J. Dilla’s beats. It’s called DILLmatic. I think this is really all I need to say for you to have an idea of just how great DILLmatic is. TURN IT UP!


22 Nomadic Massive – Nofy’s Peace

Nomadic Massive is a group that is always moving, always transient, and never rarified. Their numbers are changing and along with that, the already diverse backgrounds the group holds changes too. Individuals from Haiti, Montreal, Argentina, Chile, France, Algeria, and various other parts of the world came together for this project of making music with no borders. Their songs incorporate many different sounds ranging from break beat, hip-hop to the folk, traditional, Balkan, electronic…you name it! Every song has many sounds as well as many languages, and despite this possible language barrier between their music and their listeners, music is music and the way they put their sound together, it doesn’t matter what language they’re singing, rapping, preaching in, you get what they’re about and you get what they’re fighting for through their music. They have many shows coming up in Montreal and Toronto this month so go check them out!


23 Orbital – Lush 3-1
24 Orbital – Lush 3-2

Taken from my Coachella recap:

The two brothers Phil and and Paul Hartnoll form this amazing group that has put out amazing electronic music since the 90’s. Their discography is pretty huge but IMO their best work was in the 90’s. This show was incredible because they played nothing but the best and WOW the light show was incredible. The energy! The Glow Stick Eruption during “Satan”! aka GLO-rbital! Orbital put on my second favorite show of the weekend. I sweated out 5lbs this show. Fuck it was amazing. You could just feeeeel the happiness when “Halcyon” played. It saddens me that more people weren’t here. Yes more space to dance which is great. But WTF were people doing missing this show? I just don’t get it. Good thing was that everyone who was there wanted to be and this made the experience even better with everyone raving like mad.




25 Netsky – Memory Lane

Aaaaah big things are gonna happen to this young man, especially now that he is signed with Hospital Records.  His bio on myspace says it all:

Rarely have we seen someone rise through the ranks this quickly, and having a Belgian passport doesn’t often turn D+B heads, so you can be sure it’s his tunes which do the talking. In less than 12 months Netsky has secured releases on some of the biggest names in the scene, Liq-Weed Ganja, Spearhead and Talkin Beatz gained DJ support from the likes of Friction, Hype and Fabio and also earned a nomination as “Best Upcoming Producer” within just months of his first release at the Drum + Bass Arena Awards. With his blend of uplifting , melancholic melodies and heavy dancefloor bass + beats it wasn’t long before Netsky was well on the radar of London Elektricity and High Contrast. “Smile” made it onto Hospitality’s “This Is Drum + Bass”. Expect a sneaky peak at what Netsky has instore for hospital on Logistics’ Hospital Mix 8 due out early 2010.


26 D. Kay and Epsilon ft. Stamina MC – Barcelona

Classic tune. One of my favorite drum and bass records ever. It always brings a smile.


27 Owen Pallett – Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (Dan Deacon Remix)

As many of you know, Owen Pallett, the artist formerly known as Final Fantasy (to me he will always be Final Fantasy), recently released the album Heartland a few months back. It is an amazing record, just like his previous ones. I am enamored with his voice and the way he is able to loop the violin in the catchiest and breathtaking of ways. There was a remix EP released of “Lewis Takes Off His Shirt” and though the original song is already so immensely wonderful, the Dan Deacon touch does it justice.


28 Crookers – Cooler Couleur (Junkie XL Remix)

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