Heaps Decent Preps New Track for Charity
Next up from Heaps Decent, Diplo's charity program designed to give underprivileged youth in Australia the chance to learn about DJing, production, and releasing music, is an electronic-heavy number from Koori Girls, otherwise known as 16 and 17-year old Heather and Janey King. The young ladies were joined by Chris Devlin, of Spank Rock fame, who produced the track, simply titled "Koori Girls," and Pase Rock, who stopped in to add some vocals to the wobbly basslines, stabbing synths, and revert-drenched voiceovers here.
The word "Koori" is a term for the word "indigenous," with some spiritual undertones. All proceeds from the track, which is available now via iTunes, will go towards the Heaps Decent mission.
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