UK/Mauritian producer Mo Kolours has always experimented with many shades of percussion in his sega-inspired songs (see: the producer’s Drum Talking EP from a few years back). On the heels of releasing a very promising lead single from his upcoming self-titled debut, Mo Kolours shares this percussion-heavy Drum Stalking mix, which the producer tells us is based on “drums and drummers from all around the world, spanning decades and genres, language and continents, but drawn together here by one primal source… The drum.” Hear his Drum Stalking mix below, premiering here today, and look out for Mo Kolours LP out March 24 on One Handed Music.
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