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Multi Culti is honoured to reissue this 1996 classic by Ghanian highlife legend Gyedu Blay Ambolley, adding amazing remixes by Red Axes and Johnny Aux, as well as an in-house edit by Dreems & Thomas Von Party.

A major force in Afro-funk since the early 1970s, Gyedu Blay Ambolley is considered the godfather of hiplife, transforming the highlife genre by adding elements of hip-hop, funk and jazz. The opportunity to reissue the amazing and influential "Simi Rapp" is one of the clear high points of the label's trajectory thus far.

The reissue package is bolstered by an ecstatic rework by Israeli gurus Red Axes, an early-morning anthem from master remixer Johnny Aux, and a laid-back house edit from Multi Culti Executive Shamans Dreems and Thomas Von Party.

Multi Culti: voyaging through time, space and licensing agreements to bring you the best music the world has to offer.

Mytron & Ofofo return to Multi Culti with 6 hook­filled jams. Patchouli­power coming out your bass­bins. Mushroom­friendly party music of the highest order. After recent outings on Les Yeux Orange and Razor­N­Tape, the dynamic Swiss­Polish duo flexes out with a follow­up EP that has broad­spectrum appeal.

Mid­tempo, pop­inflected disco for open minds, these tracks are as catchy as they are groovy, incorporating influences from all over the world, projecting shamanic one­liners and woke, truthful vibrations into a cosmos confounded by deep fakes and fraudulent gurus. 

Andi Otto

Bow Wave - Inc. Nicola Cruz / Golden Bug Remixes

In our most private moments, we have often thought of Multi Culti as an educational enterprise: as you listen to our music and stare at our artwork, you are absorbing information in a way that might conceivably be defined as "learning." Our latest release brings this theoretically reasonable fantasy one step closer to fruition, as we welcome Hamburg-based musician and composer Andi Otto (Ph.D) to our roster of artists. A deep listening experience focused on repetition and timbre, Bow Wave was made using rare and unique instruments such as a special sensor bow for cello (and other string instruments) known as the "Fello," which Otto developed during his residencies at the STEIM research centre in Amsterdam. The album also features vocals from award-winning Indian playback singer, actor, and TV anchor M.D. Pallavi, a frequent Otto collaborator, recorded while the two were touring Japan. The six-track vinyl features remixes by Ecuadorian folklorica wizard Nicola Cruz and Parisian "adult disco" purveyor Golden Bug.


Patrick says: Global folklorica HQ Multi Culti are back with their most out-there release to date, the fourth world, free associating, esoteric groove music of Hamburg's Andi Otto. A heady fusion of the organic and synthetic, this EP weaves a weird and wonderful spell, delicately adjusted for the dancefloor by Nicola Cruz and Golden Bug.

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