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Audio: DrewCool 'Mzansi Unearthed: Township Tech' [Mixtape]

Download D.C. DJ DrewCool's underground South African house mixtape "Mzanzi Unearthed: Township Tech."


Capital city DJ DrewCool completes his five-part Mzansi Unearthed mixtape series — a collection of sonic excursions into "house tunes from South Africa (Mzansi) that aren't readily available in the States or outside of South Africa." The entrancing 58-minute "Township Tech" mix spans through prime-cuts from the likes of Mono T, Bojo Mujo, and DJ Sdoko. Check out our previous feature on his "House" mix and head to DrewCool's soundcloud to download the rest of the Mzansi Unearthed installments. Stream/download "Township Tech" below, tracklist after the jump.

TRACKLIST

01 Intro: Masinga Tribe - Reflections

02 Jerah - Baleka Mzilikazi

03 Bojo Mujo - Dana

04 Revolution - Make it Better

05 Mono T - Phezulu Constraction

06 Mono T - 1820

07 Bojo Mujo - Sgitcha

08 Bojo Mujo - Sgubu

09 Sphe M vs DJ Gukwa - Morning After

10 mOgrigo - Mambush

11 DJ Sdoko - Ride to Death

12 mOgrigo - The 1st Assignment

13 Mgungu Rockaz - Differences

14 Dr Duda - The Last Supper

15 BlackwHole (mOgrigo) - Half Breed

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