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Dharma Collective (September ’19)

James Sims & Kole Akeju


Tune in each month to Liverpool’s Dharma Collective for a selection of afro-fusion, funk and disco…

Kole and James started DJing together back in 2015 and have since gone on to set up their ‘Electric Boogie’ party. Guest DJs and residents play a broad selection of records throughout the night, cruising through disco, afro beat, jazz, funk, house and hip hop.

Known to play extensive sets, the DJs like to show off their eclectic tastes, whether it’s an 8 hour marathon at Liverpool’s Magnet or on the Adriatic Coast for their Warm Up Sessions. Dharma Collective’s radio show will embody everything you might hear at one of these parties, with James Sims and Kole Akeju running through killer music, new and old.

This month the guys start off smoothly with some gorgeous mellow jazz vibes, gradually cranking the tempo up to boogielicous levels (with some new music thrown in for good measure!).


Annette Peacock – Survival
Kiefer – Orange Crayon
Kiefer – 10,000 Days
Dwight Trible & The LIfe Force Trio – Freedom Dance
Neue Grafik ft Nubya Garcia – Voodoo Rain
Ronald Langerstraat – In The Middle Of The Night
Yuseff Lateef – Oboe Blues
Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson – The Touch of Your Lips
Dego – Too Much
Redman – Tonight’s The Night
Slipping Into Darkness
Ana Mazzotti – Eu Sou Mais Ou
Rafael Cancian – Beos Libres
Rim Kasa – International Funk
Guts feat Hippomene Leauva – Se Nou Menm (Vocal Version)
Alphonse Mouzon – By All Means
Rafael Cancian – Frugil
Curtis Mayfield – Love Me Love Me Now
Yadava – A LIttle Bit More
Angel A – True To Myself (Rahaan Original Mix)
Fertile Ground – Live In The Light
Los Sobrinos Del Jucz – Harina De Maiz
Alicia Myers – I Want Thank You (KON Remix)
Deep South Dance Band – Don’t It Make You Feel Good
Guts – Mucagiami (Violaa Remix)
Theo Parrish – What You Gonna Ask For
Samuel Jonathan Johnson – Sweet Love (Volcov edit)
The Macklin Ensemble – Revive Us Again
William DeVaughn – Be Thankful For What You Got Part 1

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