- House greats like Joe Claussell, Move D and Glenn Underground appear on the 10-track compilation, out tomorrow.
Lakuti and Tama Sumo will release Uzuri Recordings Retrospective Charity Compilation on July 2nd.
Lakuti (Lerato Khati), the Berlin-based South African DJ, launched Uzuri in 2007. The label has since gone on to become a favourite amongst true-school deep house heads. The 11-track compilation, which Khati compiled with her partner Tama Sumo, includes key material and slept-on gems from the Uzuri catalogue, including music from the likes of Stump Valley, Move D, Whodat, Glenn Underground (remixing ReeKee), Joe Claussell (remixing Panama Keys) and Lerosa, to name a few.
The 10-track set is a fundraiser for Triangle Project, a Cape Town nonprofit with the mission of eradicating discrimination against and within the LGBTQ community. Triangle Project particularly helps "people of colour at the margins of society," the label says.
Listen to the lead-off track from Uzuri Recordings Retrospective Charity Compilation, Stump Valley's "Down The Dirt Road."
01. Stump Valley - Down The Dirt road
02. Move D - Sun Un Bateau Avec Eric (Underwater Vocals By Eric D Clark )
03. Giorgio Luceri - Universal Language
04. ReeKee - Bal Era (Glenn Underground's Desert Eagle Mix )
05. Mark Hand - All Caught Up
06. Lerosa - Fags
07. Jitterbug - Jus Drums
08. Whodat - Shut Up And Dance (Tony Cak Derivative)
09. Two thou - Thousands Of Chimes
10. Panama Keys - Panamarama (Joe Clausell's Harvest Mix )
Uzuri Records will release Uzuri Recordings Retrospective Charity Compilation on July 2nd, 2020.