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Mogambo Remixed w/ Yu Su & Benedikt Frey Remixes

Mogambo Remixed w/ Yu Su & Benedikt Frey Remixes




1x Vinyl 10"



Release date

Nov 16, 2020

The Cobra shed its skin to welcome Yu Su and Benedikt Frey for remix explorations. Dropping in each at the flip of a Spicy red marbled 10”.

The Cobra extends its skin to welcome Benedikt Frey and Yu Su to the Siamese Twin records family. Exploring and remixing two original tracks of Mogambo's Cobra EP, Frey and Su contribute tracks to this a deep-red spiced up marbled 10".

Yu Su transforms Jeena from the original slow burner into a ravey, jungle slugger that leaves one in a lucid early morning after hours dream. Fusing stomping tribal rhythms and haunting synth pads, combined with the hypnotizing vocals of Thai artist Chucheewa, she morphs the track into an exploration of a tripped out mind.

Benedikt Frey reworks the relatively straightforward Matum into a musical multi-dimensional mase opening a wormhole for cats to enter space. A spiritual and trippy puzzle that never seems to end and sheds confusion, leaving one to wonder if there is any way out of this trip monster. An ideal collage of sounds perfectly shaped as a halftime dubby re-interpretation.

Originally Recorded and mixed by Sunju Hargun and Jerom Doudet in the city of Bangkok and islands of Koh Chang, August - December 2019.
Mastered by Spaventi at Maspaventi Studio - February 2020
Lacquer cut by Marco Pellegrino at Analogcut Mastering
Artwork by Taychin Dunnvatanachit
180 gram, marbled vinyl

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M


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Mogambo - जीना (Jeena) (Yu Su Aroi Mak Dub)


Mogambo - Matum (राजा) (Benedikt Frey s Space Cat Re-interpretation)

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