A hypnotic way to seek the Mija of the future (Audio Atlas Soundsystem with DJ Paulitics AKA DJ Cone Fashion)

Wednesday, January 25, 11pm

Telling all who wanted to know through the crevices of a Genoan prison, DJ Paulitics recounts his jaunt into the deep Central African forests to seek the witch doctor who knows how to unlock the Mija of the future… It’s a sojourn that will find him alone and on the verge of madness through the deserts of Arabia only to be swept away to rebellion on a far away shore where not even the Russian peppers and caffeine of his pants could save him from the dub poetic truth…

1. In the rainforest approaching a forest camp by Birds, crickets, and young Mbuti Pygmy boys in the Ituri Rainforest (Central African Republic)
2. Counting Song by Gbaya children (Central African Republic)
3. Dance for Rites of Passage: Bamara Ganza by Banda-Dakpa musicians (Central African Republic)
4. Séam ko mè (II) [I Love You] by Etienne ‘Doko, David Wai, Daniel Nga’dikè, Arone Singa, Etienne Ngbozo (Central African Republic)
5. Zoboko: Wango by Pygmées Aka (Central African Republic)
6. Mo-Sombo by Pygmees Mbenzele (Central African Republic)
7. Watermelon Man by Herbie Hancock (U.S. jazz/Pygmy samples)
8. Leopards (Fimbu Na Fimbu) by Felix Wazekwa (Congo)
9. Mista by Stino Mubi, Viva La Musica (Congo)
10. Pablo Tumbajika by Simaro Lutumba (Congo)
11. Yare Yare by Zîlan û Derman (Kurdistan)
12. Keça Delal by Şehriban (Kurdistan)
13. Diyarbekir by Hozan Cane (Kurdistan)
14. Mohebat by Anoushirvan Rohani, Ghasem Rasaa, Golpaa (Iran)
15. Episode 3 by Mohammad Esfahani, Babak Bayat (Iran)
16. Al Zain Yibqa Zain by Abu Baker Salim (Saudi Arabia)
17. Washington by Ali Bin Mohammed (Saudi Arabia)
18. Laiel El Ashekin by George Wassouf (Lebanon)
19. Psalms 24 by Mutabaruka (Jamaica)
20. Five Nights Of Bleeding by Linton Kwesi Johnson (Jamaica)
21. Jah Do That by Prince Far I (Jamaica)
22. Throne Of Blood by Prince Jammy (Jamaica)
23. Nasci Pra Sonhar e Cantar by Dona Ivone Lara (Brazil)

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