Uzuri Recordings release retrospective charity compilation

Money raised will be donated to the Triangle Project, a Cape Town-based organisation supporting LGBTQIA+ people.

Uzuri Recordings release retrospective charity compilation

Money raised will be donated to the Triangle Project, a Cape Town-based organisation supporting LGBTQIA+ people.

Tama Sumo & Lakuti have compiled a retrospective compilation on Lakuti's Uzuri Recordings to raise money for the Triangle Project.

In the wake of Covid-19 and the rising cases in South Africa, both felt compelled to do something to help. The compilation, which features music from Move D Lerosa, Reekee, Stump Valley as well as remixes from Joe Clusell and Glenn Underground, is out now via Bandcamp to align with the platform waiving their fees. 

The Triangle Project is a Cape Town-based non profit organization supporting LGBTQIA+ folk, particularly those on the margins of society. Launched in 1996, their mission is to contribute towards eradicating discrimination against and within the LGBTQIA+ persons. Their work includes support services, community engagement & research and advocacy & policy. 

Tracklist
1. Stump Valley - Down the Dirt road
2. Move D - Sun Un Bateau Avec Eric (Underwater Vocals By Eric D Clark)
3. Giorgio Luceri - Universal Language
4. ReeKee (Glenn Underground remix) - Bal Era (Glenn Underground's Desert Eagle Mix)
5. Mark Hand - All Caught Up
6. Lerosa - Fags
7. Jitterbug - Jus Drums
8. Whodat - Shut Up And dance (Tony Cak Derivative)
9. Two thou - Thousands of Chimes
10. Panama Keys - Panamarama (Joe Clausell's Harvest Mix)


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