Being the trendsetters that we are, we get many requests by artists looking to promote their work, but never before have we had a specially curated Fix Magazine showpiece to share with you. Well, now we do, thanks to upcoming Donegal DJ Colpey Calling, alias David Maher McWilliams.
Colpey has put together a tidy little mix for us at The Fix, featuring some chilled out tracks and dancy little numbers. We’re particularly keen on Neneh Cherry & Afrika Baby Bam‘s “Nina”, Gregory Porter‘s “Liquid Spirit” (Ludovic remic) and Mala‘s “Changes” (James Blake Harmonix).
Enjoy the mix below.
Meanwhile, you can catch Colpey Calling’s regular podcasts and FutureMusic radio shows through his Facebook page. This is a big shout-out to the man. Cheers.
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