LA♥JPN♥LA Vol. 2

Compiled and produced by Hashim Bharoocha, the second LA loves Japan will be available starting tomorrow. Once again this compilation is meant as support for the victims of last March’s earthquake. For only $9.99 you get 26 tracks from the likes of TOKiMONSTA, Grooveman Spot, Free The Robots, MONKEY_sequence.19 and others from both sides of the pond.

01. Grooveman Spot – Promise
02. Omid Walizadeh – Gol Azeez
03. KK – op.311
04. Late Bloomers – Eenie Meanie
06. Labwaste – Collect All and Save
07. Conflict – Spacesuit
08. Jonwayne – 40 Winks
09. Keita Sano – Problem With Dub
10. ELOS – The Wired
11. MONKEY_sequence.19 – before computa
12. Free The Robots – Alpha Numeric
13. ZOOL.GEL – zoolaa
14. EmV – stop error
15. mabanua – Love Dub
16. The Life Force Trio – Bizarre Bazaar
17. repeat pattern – Bruce Lee Poster
18. Sacred – hope
19. mfp – here comes the lord
20. Languis – Chord
21. kazzzzz – plug_and_play
22. RLP – dukk
23. The Astronotes – wait a moment
24. TOKiMONSTA – Brugge
25. Subsequents(AZZURRO x DULO)- re-generation
26. Helado Negro – Con Suerte (Mezcla Adentro)

Make sure to visit the LA♥JPN♥LA blog to find artist profiles for each of the involved musicians.

Get yourself the download from Bandcamp or wait until tomorrow and find it on iTunes. In case you missed the first volume, it’s still available.

September 6, 2011 The Bandcamp player still isn’t working, but you can listen/buy the compilation at Boomkat or iTunes

Monkey_Sequence.19 – Substantial 12 Monkeys

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From Japanese label Wonderful Noise Productions I received this preview to the upcoming album “Substantial 12 Monkeys” from Monkey Sequence.19. The young producer under the wings of DJ Mitsu the Beats has previously put out a 12-inch on the Show Tiku Bai label, the album is to follow in early 2010.01. Planet Bird
02. Summer Blu
03. Root Song
04. Pyramidal3000
05. Close Ya Mouse
06. 12Monkeys
07. Sunrise
08. Are You Gonna Love Me?
09 .Lazy Lovin’
10. Star People
11. Beautiful Soldiers
12. The Love 4 U
Judging from the snippets, fans of both Japanese hip-hop and the Brainfeeder family should watch out for the release. Below you can listen for yourself.

There’s no exact date from the label yet, but expect “Substantial 12 Monkeys” to be released in February 2010.