VARIOUS - DJ Koco - Brazil 45 Vol.5 - 7" Vinyl Boxset  [RSD 2024]
VARIOUS - DJ Koco - Brazil 45 Vol.5 - 7" Vinyl Boxset  [RSD 2024]
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VARIOUS - DJ Koco - Brazil 45 Vol.5 - 7" Vinyl Boxset [RSD 2024]

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This product is a Record Store Day title and not available to pre-order.
Available to buy in-store from 8am on Saturday, 20/04/2024 (Record Store Day).
Any remaining copies will be available to buy online from 8pm on Monday 22/04/2024.

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Mike D (Beastie Boys) passes the Brazil 45 baton to Japan's DJ Koco who is renowned for his commitment & passion to 7" singles. Koco’s technical abilities are near flawless and combined with his digging skills, impeccable taste in music and the palatable pure joy with which he plays he is mesmerising to watch. This amazing series of Brazil 45's from the Mr Bongo powerhouse is popular with diggers, collectors & newcomers alike.

So here it is, ten of DJ KOCO's most beloved Brazilian jams. The boxset kicks off with the boogie brilliance of Famks 'Labirinto' and that is paired with one of three classic Waltel Branco tracks selected by DJ KOCO. Elsewhere, Lee Jackson 's blissful cover of The Doors 'Light My Fire' and the energetic MPB joy of 'Ve Se Pisa No Braseiro' by Paulo Diniz take pride of place. The dons, Arthur Verocai and Ed Lincoln are also present, further confirmation of the fine ear the DJ has for Brazil's bountiful musical offerings.

Going above and beyond the brief, DJ KOCO went one step further, producing two exclusive edits especially for the boxset. First up, a restructured interpretation of The Boogaloo Combo 'Boogaloo Combo' extending the funked- out break to masterful effect. Secondly, taking on Zito Righi 's 1969 Bossa Nova, rap dancer

A personal and endearing selection of sought- after tracks, that gives both an insight into DJ KOCO's broad tastes and digs ever deeper into the breadth of music Brazil has to offer. We can't wait to see the man himself cutting these 45's up on his hallowed turntables.

The 7" DJ / Turntablist maestro from Japan, presents a hot selection of his favourite Brazilian jams. Featuringtwo exclusive edits from DJ KOCO aka SHIMOKITA.

Tracks:

OS Famks - Labirinto /
Waltel Branco - Lady samba
The Boogaloo Combo - Boogaloo Combo (DJ KOCO aka SHIMOKITA Edit)
Paulo Diniz - Ve sepisa no braseiro
Lee Jackson - Light My Fire
Arthur Verocai - Seriado
Waltel Branco - Zoraia
Waltel Branco - Jael
Ed Lincoln - Se Voce Quiser
Zito Righi - Poema Ritmico Do Malandro (DJ KOCO aka SHIMOKITA Edit)