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Mix of the Day: Cooly G



Cooly G aka Merissa Campbell, is a South Londoner who produces, sings and DJ’s and who has released on Hyperdub Records for the last 5 years.

Cooly’s music exists in it’s own hinterland, her two highly lauded album releases, ‘ Playin Me’, recorded without any frills in her home studio, recall a legacy of black British music, filtering the female pressure and reggae lilt of Lovers Rock’s kitchen sink dramas, the sweet seduction of 80’s Quiet Storm, through to bitter-sweet synths, polyrhythmic dub decay of early jungle and tough tribal drums.

Her productions have garnered support from DJ’s such as Annie Mac and Benji B as well as big names on the DJ Circuit. Along the way she’s remixed a wide number of names from Neneh Cherry, the Knife, Kei$ha, Speech Debelle, and Zero 7.

Recently Cooly has set about creating work to contribute to 4 new works to be released via Hyperdub (Home to Burial) and Rinse FM. Cooly also has contributed her knowledge and experience to a panel discussion on the dance music industry at The Brighton Music Conference.

We’ve loved Cooly at Data Transmission and we were super excited when she agreed to this mix for us, so we present you Cooly G, check it out below or download it from here

1 Bum flick – Cooly G (unsigned)
2 Dilemma – Sierra sam
3 Circles pp remix
4 Abrupt – Roska
5 Bass kick – carneo beats
6 Sometimes – Calle Lebraun
7 Trippin B – Cooly G
8 Movin on – (tainted souls ) Majesty remix
9 Traffic – Dj Gregory
10 P2 DA j – Dennis fererr
11 House music – carneao beats
12 nosebleed – skt
13 OI dirty – Cooly G ft DVA
14 Changing – chris lorenzo , donkie punch
15 I don’t know – Cooly G(unsigned)
16 BoobBoo – Cooly G
17 Your Sex – Cooly G (Jack n danny)
18 deep house
19 Vahina – rocco smoke in the city
20 deep inside – Harddrive’

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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