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Obey City Take It Back
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02
Young Mind Jennifer
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03 01 :00
04
Georgia Anne Muldrow Git Thee
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05
James Pants Ritual Magick
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06
Silkersoft Duel
01 :00
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Darq E Freaker Psychosis
01 :00
08
Fatima Yamaha AAA
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09 01 :00
10
Mweslee Una 4
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11 01 :00
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Dorian Concept Empty Everything
01 :00
13
Claude Speeed Crushed Everything
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14 01 :00
ARTIST
TITLE
Mamiko Motto Presents Amada
FORMAT
2LP +7"

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CATALOG #
ACC1XLP ACC1XLP
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RELEASE DATE
4/1/2014

All City presents Amada; 13 exclusive tracks (plus one bonus in the form of a 7" flexi-disc) from a selection of interesting underground producers from around the globe. Over the last few years, Mamiko Motto has built a reputation searching and unearthing some of tomorrow's best new production talent via her Hepcat show on NTS Radio and through work with Dutch label Kindred Spirits. Recording as part of Wednesday Nite, she has been mobile enough with a large Rolodex of contacts to hassle and compile the tracks for Amada. The record takes flight with the dreamy "Take It Back" by New York's hotly-tipped Obey City. The artist formerly known as Kasrave, now Young Mind, follows with "Jennifer," and we hit the dancefloor with Bobby's "Tame the Shrew." Free-form soulstress Georgia Anne Muldrew gives us a gospel diversion with "Git Thee," and James Pants comes with his unique brand of psychedelic-electro-wave on "Ritual Magick." Modern hip-hop beats from Silkersoft and Darq E Freaker deliver testosterone thrust while Fatima Yamaha's pogo-pumping "AAA" ignites a rhythmic groove. The young SCNTST comes with the hypnotic and pounding "For Forest Play Only," before Mweslee's second outing on the label with "Una 41 (In Memoriam)." DZ and Ruckazoid drop a lo-fi heartbreaker with "Shoulda Coulda." Austrian Korg wizard Dorian Concept joins to bid a melancholic farewell on "Empty Everything (But You)" and American Men's Claude Speeed closes out the LP with "Crushed Rave." A variety of beats, tempos and styles is completed with a bonus track on the 7" flexi-disc from the mysterious GMCFOSHO.