The first single from Mo Kolours’ new album Texture Like Sun has got the video treatment from the geniuses at Business Company and it is a thing of wonder. More bizarre and intriguing than anything we have ever made before, and a perfect compliment to the song. Enjoy!

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Mo Kolours’ new album, Texture Like Sun, is out today. We are offering it to you as a free download. It has everything you loved about his self-titled debut, and much more. Listen and download now. We are nearly sold out of the T-Shirt and LP bundle, so be quick if you want one. There is also a CD, vinyl on its own and a few tees available solo. More info below.

‘Texture Like Sun’ is the follow up to the much-loved self-titled debut by Anglo-Mauritian producer, singer and percussionist Joseph Deenmamode aka Mo Kolours. The Guardian described ‘Mo Kolours’ as “the best album Curtis Mayfield never made with A Tribe Called Quest and Lee Perry”.

“This record is about cycles. From the tiny cycles of loops within songs to the broader cycle of the whole album, which is designed to take you away and bring you home again at the end. Loops within loops. Loops overlapping in different ways and shifting as they go can take you very far away. You hear it in lots of African music, in jazz and hip hop”.
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Bastien Keb is a supremely gifted artist and we are proud to release his debut album, Dinking in the Shadows of Zizou. There is more information about this multi-instrumentalist and his charming, odd, and very addictive album below. But you can make up your own mind. It’s a free download, so what have you got to lose?

Bastien Keb is a prodigiously talented multi-instrumentalist, who makes a living writing music for TV and film. A guitarist first and foremost, you’ll hear him play trumpet, bass, drums, flute and more on this debut record, as well as layering his voice to strangely moving effect. His music belies a love for Curtis Mayfield and Sun Ra, though his voice might suggest Bon Iver – a world away, but here it makes perfect sense. He channels 80s soul with his bass, the New Orleans of The Meters with his drums. He looks to Broadcast and Flying Lotus for direction: how do you assimilate such diverse influences, and come up with something wholly modern, and wholly your own?

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Mo Kolours: New Album, New Song.

September 15, 2015

Mo Kolours’ new album Texture Like Sun is due on October 30th. Check the first song from it, ‘Orphan’s Lament’, inspired by a Mongolian folk song (but sounding as neck-snapping as ever). See below to pre-order the album on Bandcamp: there’s an LP and t-shirt bundle, LP, CD,  and a digital pre-order for just £1. […]

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Bastien Keb – Love Just Died Tonight (Video)

September 3, 2015

Bastien Keb is here with ‘Love Just Died Tonight’, an incredible new song with a special video to boot. Those strange, layered vocals have a mesmerising effect over the drum machine and synths – and that’s just the start. Enjoy, and keep reading for info on his debut album for OHM. Bastien Keb’s solo album […]

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Trim – Crisis (Produced by Paul White)

September 2, 2015

Trim aka Trimetheus aka Trimski aka Taliban Trim with a new one from his forthcoming album, produced by our own Paul White. #Crisis! Don’t forget their previous collab, from Paul White’s Watch The Ants EP.

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Introducing Bastien Keb

August 18, 2015

We are very proud to present our latest signing, Bastien Keb. We will tell you all about him soon. For now, listen to Beat Without A Heart, and marvel at his skill.

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Paul White Plays Rhythm Roulette

August 3, 2015

On the eve of the release of his album as half of Golden Rules, Paul White got blindfolded by the guys at Mass Appeal, taken to a record shop and forced to make a beat with what he found. See how he got on and get a look at his studio and recording process in […]

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Mo Kolours in Five Records

April 22, 2015

Great Mo Kolours interview with Juno Download in which he talks about Doug Hammond, A Tribe Called Quest, his brothers Reginald Omas Mamode IV and Jeen Bassa, and much more. Read it here.  

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