NEW MUSIC: COUSIN COLE AND MONKEY BROTHERS

A couple of new releases for you. A rap remix from ACID TED favourite Cousin Cole and a New York techno track from Monkey Brothers.

 

The Cousin Cole track is from a Remix EP for Emynd’s Bmore Club/Philly Party Music Rap anthem “We Don’t Give A…” (original release here) with Rocafella/DefJam recording artist Young Chris. Quite possibly one of the sweariest tracks I’ve heard. Would even make Gordon Ramsey blush. It’s a kind of soulful rap track with a Sly and the Family Stone horn sample for extra funkiness. It’s an ok track but the swearing gets tiresome. Of it, Cousin Cole says: My homie Emynd just posted a FREE digital EP with remixes of his “We Don’t Give a …..” track with Young Chris (Rocafella/Def Jam/member of Young Gunz). I’m psyched to have my remix on there along with DJ Eli’s and two from Ayres & Nadastrom. The original track is banging too!
 

 

The Deepak Sharma track is a fine slice of deep techno / minimal house from Hidden Recordings. The PR blurb says: Launched in 2006 by Deepak Sharma and partner Dieter Krause, Hidden Recordings offers the finest techno from the heart of New York City. The label’s diverse sounds range from deep techno to atmospheric chill-out with quirky, groovy bass lines and has been played in big room gigs, festivals, to smaller lounges and early morning terraces. With live DJ dates and catalogue piling up, it’s now time to share New York City’s best kept techno secret with the rest of the world. Hidden Recordings is offering techno lovers a complimentary download of the “A Side” from its February 20 release Monkey Brothers “Manuela (Original Mix).” This track has a pounding beat, wobbly bassline, sci-fi melodies and loads of samples and sound effects for optimal damage.

 

Emynd feat. Young Chris – We Don’t Give A… Cousin Cole Remix sharebee

 

Monkey Brothers – “Manuela (Original Mix)”

 

 

Cousin Cole MySpace

~ by acidted on February 19, 2009.

One Response to “NEW MUSIC: COUSIN COLE AND MONKEY BROTHERS”

  1. […] Sharma featured here a while back. He and partner Dieter Krause make techno, often of the minimal variety. He has a new mix out […]

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