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Mo Kolours - Mike Black (John Wizards Remix)

Mo Kolours

Mike Black (John Wizards Remix)

One-Handed Music

Released: 26th May 2014 | 2 track leftfield/idm single

'Mike Black' was the lead track from Mo Kolours' recent debut album, which has been dubbedOne of the albums of the year so far by TheGuardian and found fans in Gilles Peterson, Benji B, Mary Anne Hobbs and many more.

Now South African band John Wizards, one of the revelations of 2013, have turned Mo Kolours' low-slung sufferers' song into a sparkling balearic gem.

Mo Kolours is a half-Mauritian, half-English producer, singer and percussionist. On his self-titled debut album he displays dazzling inventiveness and joyous spirit – unsurprising for someone raised on the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Lee Perry and A Tribe Called Quest while remaining ever curious about his Indian Ocean roots.

"A dusty treasure trove brimming with the simplest and most blunted of melodies gloopily combined with a soulful pulse and a prickly sense of humour"
"Bright, smooth, and as breezy as a tropical beach"
Line of Best Fit
"Anyone who hears this producer's beats is instantly mesmerised"
"No one sounds quite like Mo Kolours"
Resident Advisor
"One of the albums of the year so far"
"Remarkable rewiring of electronic funk"
"A true rhythm merchant - crafting percussion which swings, which moves and writhes with a life of its own"