Kon & Amir to Release Third Volume of Their Mix Series
- Words: Patric Fallon
East coast duo Kon & Amir are set to bring forth the third installment of their Off Track mix series April 26 via BBE. We talked to the crate digging beat-heads a couple years back while they scoured NY's Lower East Side for their fix of rare 45s and long forgotten beats, and now they're switching boroughs with Off Track Vol. III: Brooklyn. The new two-CD mix contains the same kind of unknown rare groove or, as Kon & Amir have termed it, "off track," tunes that the duo has based its musical careers around unearthing. African disco and soul cuts like Effi Duke's "The Time is Come" and Tee Mac's "Living Everyday" highlight the 31-track playlist, and should make for an inspiring and interesting listen.
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