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Pimp - Aroop Roy - Reworks (Vinyl)



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Posted 26.07.2019 by Tojalmaran in category "DEFAULT

9 COMMENTS :

  1. By Kizahn on
    Jan 24,  · Stamp welcomes edit maestro Aroop Roy to the fold for its 10th label release! Long requested, now finally on wax! BUY WAX: weadisnimisdiafidetilisundrecon.infoinfo
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  2. By Tojashura on
    Neon Danza brings you a belter of an EP of retro global house and disco reworks from Aroop Roy. The producer has tracked down 3 super rare cuts and turned them into timeless dancefloor anthems.'Tabu Afrique' is an unstoppable 80's Afro-disco monster, with sassy vocals and Soukous guitar licks.
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  3. By Kagahn on
    Review: Aroop Roy launches the Vive La Musique label with this effervescent blast of sunkissed Zouk music from the mid 80s. Maurice Agad, the writer responsible for "Tabala Mouv," was traced to the Caribbean island of Martinique, and it only helps feed into the exotic atmosphere surrounding the music.
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  4. By Mataur on
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album from Kampana, $ USD. Limited 7" vinyl / Heavyweight Brazilian grooves from Tapioca Discos. Neon Danza Reworks – Neon Danza Reworks Aroop Roy. Record/Vinyl £10 Aroop Roy. Record/Vinyl £10 GBP. If It Aint Jazz – If It Aint Jazz Volume 1 Aroop Roy. Record/Vinyl Sold Out.
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  5. By Zoloran on
    Sep 23,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Reworks on Discogs. Label: Basic Fingers - FINGER • Format: Vinyl 12 Aroop Roy - Reworks (, Vinyl /5(17).
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  6. By Guran on
    Aroop Roy Reworks – Vinyl 12" Africa - Brazilian - Electronic - Folk - House. Format: Quantity: + £ A fine set of dance-floor remakes of tropical 80's nuggets by the ever-excellent Aroop Roy on his new Neon Danza label. A1. Tabu Afrique / A2.
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  7. By Doujind on
    Neo Danza kicks off with a red hot release of super rare 80s tropical grooves that have been repurposed for contemporary dance floors. You can imagine these sort of jams getting plenty of plans by the likes of Rush Hour boss Antal and compadre Hunee as the weather begins to warm up.
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  8. By Kezragore on
    Highlife / tropical disco vibes on this 12". Solid reworks as always from Aroop Roy. I particularly like the extended breakdown in Black & White-- elevates the dance floor real right when it comes back in.
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  9. By Kilrajas on
    Aroop Roy is a London-based DJ, producer and label head, who blends together the electronic edge of House, Disco and broken beat with the soulful sounds of Afro, Latin, Funk and Jazz. Aroop's productions have been supported by tastemakers from diverse scenes and generations including Gilles Peterson, Hunee, Antal, Optimo, Detroit Swindle, Karizma, Joey Negro, Atjazz, Francois K, Soul Clap.
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