A1. Mango Woman feat. Gyedu-Blay Ambolley
A2. Balkan-Maasai-Party feat. The Maasai Tribe Of Tanzania
A3. Havana B-Boys
A4. Mascadito feat. Laura Insausti & Nené Vasquez
B2. Good 4
B3. Anotha Bossa feat. Guida de Palma
B4. Huele Que Huele feat. Iván Camelo
Mo’ Horizons enter their seventh album chapter and remarkably, celebrate 25 years of their exultant and globally enriched, forward-thinking, electronic sound.
Featuring a cast of guest singers, including Ghanaian legend Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, Mango, is a fiery and sample-heavy blend of future-funk, balearic, highlife, Brazilian drum ‘n bass and lo-fi hip hop, set to be released on their long-standing label Agogo Records on 20 October.
Familiar and warming sounds pervade Mango; the call of the Brazilian cuica, the snapping snares, rolling breakbeats, swooning sax licks, and dreamy beach vibrations. Yet there are brand new tricks; on Havanna B-Boys Arthur Lee’s gravelly voice is sampled whilst a frenetic funk-ridden groove pulses, and the mesmeric vocal samples from Anglo-Portuguese singer Guida de Palma feature on opener Anotha Bossa. Both shine as the album’s singles. Outside Ambolley’s contribution, further collabs sees Mo’ Horizons reconnect with Venezuelan percussionist Nené Vásquez, Colombian singer Ivan Camelo, Hannover based, Israeli singer Noam Bar Azulay and Spanish singer Laura Insausti.
Spanning over three decades, German DJ and production duo Mo’ Horizons, led by Ralf Droesemeyer, & Mark Wetzler have been a relentless force on the global groove scene. For 25 years, the pair have continued to grow their international audiences, testament to remaining on-point, ignoring the fashion and tribalism of scenes like big beat and broken beat, that thrived but then morphed and went off rada