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Audio: Maga Bo's Beyond Digital Mix


Maga Bo was one of several artists on DJ/Rupture's Beyond Digital project in Morocco. He crafted this mix for Automation Records as a thanks for their donation to the project. What you can expect, Bo's own words, "heavy, hard, experimental, electronic with nasty bits of noise and many different languages." Stream and grab it for free below.

Tracklist

1. Automation - DJ Sobrino

2. Track 5 - Unknown Artist

3. Killer Sound (Heavy Feet Remix) - Zinc

4. Kuduro Caliente - Prophex

5. Monolith - Migrant

6. Rub-A-Dub Bounce - DJ Flack

7. Atoanagaroa - Rodrigo Brandão

8. Gwababa (schlachthof Bronx Remix) - Spoek Mathambo

9. Bhangra Dance (Zeder Remix) - Zombies for Money

10. Eloy vs. Mbz - Villa Diamante

11. Aonde está Meu Outro Par de Sandalia Havaiana - DuSouto

12. Mikono Kweney Hewa - Muthoni the Drummer Queen

13. Samborigeno (Maga Bo Remix feat. Funkero) - DJ Farrapo

14. Ransom (Fletcher's Deepest Darkest Dub) - Maga Bo

15. Red Skin Girl (ATCR Remix) - A Tribe Called Red

16. Black History Month - Saul Williams

17. Coragem - Unknown Artist

18. Skunky - Kanka

19. samba reggae break

20. Bills - Bird Peterson

21. El Mudo (Santos Tijuanero Remix) - unknown artist

22. Nwampfundla - Tshesha Boys

23. Amen Break

24. Rumbling Cork Screw - Otto Van Schirach

25. Systema Fobica (Ubaranamaralina) - BaianaSystem

26. Dem Can't Stop We From Talk - Anthony B Meets Subatomic Sound System

27. NYC-2-Africa Dubstrumental - Subatomic Sound System & Nomadic Was

28. La Cola Lex - El Remolon

29. Bonafidekilla (Aaron Spectre Remix) - Math Head

30. First Anal - Fury Project

31. Ta Violento - Javier Estrada & Boogat

32. El Cuco - Nerd Rage & Sluggo

33. The Beach Era (DJEF Mix) - El Remolon

34. Black Monday (Maga Bo Remix) - Teleseen

 

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