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XOA & Wayward


Fort Romeau & Ali Tillet’s Cin Cin imprint return with another impeccable release that showcases fresh and forward thinking leftfield house for discerning heads and feet. XOA, the London based multi-instrumentalist also known as Nick Tyson, collaborates with the electronic duo Wayward for two

tracks. ‘Koto’ and ‘Wayo Wayo’ both fuse smooth percussive afro-house elements with tougher synth lines, each track encompassing energetic rhythms and absorbing melodies and lead lines.

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XOA & Wayward


Fort Romeau & Ali Tillet’s Cin Cin imprint return with another impeccable release that showcases fresh and forward thinking leftfield house for discerning heads and feet. XOA, the London based multi-instrumentalist also known as Nick Tyson, collaborates with the electronic duo Wayward for two

tracks. ‘Koto’ and ‘Wayo Wayo’ both fuse smooth percussive afro-house elements with tougher synth lines, each track encompassing energetic rhythms and absorbing melodies and lead lines.

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XOA & Contours


Manchester-based drummer, DJ & producer Contours joins multi-instrumentalist XOA for a collaborative 12" of deep, percussive afrocentric house grooves.

"Too Much Talking" is a cosmic dancefloor heater, with dubbed-out synths, vintage guitars, fat live bass and as the name suggests, a talking drum that underpins the whole track. Things head a little deeper on "Express" with rolling percussion, heavy sub and subtle influences of afrobeat & jazz.
Following releases on labels such as Rhythm Section, Soundway, Shall Not Fade & Tru Thoughts between the pair, it’s a real statement of intent to kick off the year!

XOA & Contours


Manchester-based drummer, DJ & producer Contours joins multi-instrumentalist XOA for a collaborative 12" of deep, percussive afrocentric house grooves.

"Too Much Talking" is a cosmic dancefloor heater, with dubbed-out synths, vintage guitars, fat live bass and as the name suggests, a talking drum that underpins the whole track. Things head a little deeper on "Express" with rolling percussion, heavy sub and subtle influences of afrobeat & jazz.
Following releases on labels such as Rhythm Section, Soundway, Shall Not Fade & Tru Thoughts between the pair, it’s a real statement of intent to kick off the year!

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Diaspora EP (Soundway Records)


Double EP release on the formidable Soundway Records featuring 4 originals, alongside remixes from Glenn Astro, Laolu, Ben Hauke and k2k.

Diaspora EP (Soundway Records)


Double EP release on the formidable Soundway Records featuring 4 originals, alongside remixes from Glenn Astro, Laolu, Ben Hauke and k2k.

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AIYE LE


Our debut release back in June 16 on Shake! Featuring the vocals of former Fela Kuti musical director and Afrobeat royalty Dele Sosimi. Label boss Dan Shake steps up for the remix on the B-side, bringing his signature Detroit house aesthetic, with just a touch of acid.

AIYE LE


Our debut release back in June 16 on Shake! Featuring the vocals of former Fela Kuti musical director and Afrobeat royalty Dele Sosimi. Label boss Dan Shake steps up for the remix on the B-side, bringing his signature Detroit house aesthetic, with just a touch of acid.

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ONE_001 EP


ONE_001 EP