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DAISIEcast | October 2015 | Radio D A I S I E

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Welcome to this DAISIEcast compiled by Radio D A I S I E for October 2015. Featuring Digitally Autonomous + Independent Sounds from Mikkoh + Decoteau (MIKOTEAU), Jennah Bell and Dramadigs. We take a listen to tracks coming off Mello Music Group’sMandala Vol. 1, Polysonic Grooves” released in 2014, a Paddy Fred remix of “I Spy” by New Zealand’s Estere taken off her “New Species – Remix EP” released September 2015 and journey with the Robert Glasper Experiment as they pay tribute to the Roy Ayers track “Third Eye“. 

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DAISIEcast | October 2015 | Radio D A I S I E


Dramadigs – Fehler Kuti ft Flo Mega
Robert Glasper – Third Eye (Roy Ayers Tribute)
Jennah Bell – Candied Daylight
Kendrick Lamar – Sing About Me (Mozaic Refix)
King Aboriginal – Got Em (prod. by PopDotz Productions)
Mikkoh + Decoteau – Swayzae
LV ft Tigran – Hammers And Roses
Maribou State – Natural Fools (PEDit)
Nick Wisdom – Nicky Smalls
Dailon – Cafe Vibes
Mello Music Group – Lost Children ft Georgia Anne Muldrow (prod. by Duke Westlake)
Mello Music Group – Invisible Walls ft Oddisee
Radio Galaxy – Feel Trip
Visioneers – Oil & Water
Like – Glory
Estere – I Spy (Paddy Fred Remix)

#BigUps to Chuck Blast and the PopDotz Crew for sending over their production of King Aboriginal’s track “Got Em”.

Compiled and Recorded at ‪#‎DAISIE‬ HQ, Manchester, UK


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