Monday Morning Mixtape 307

Credit: Nadia K

Unwind to 60s Japanese funk and Cambodian pop to 70s Thai disco and psychedelica.

This week’s mix is curated by the Netherlands via South East Asia group YĪN YĪN, originally formed at a ballet school in a remote village near the Alpaca Mountain. Starting out as an “in-studio experimental project, exploring the potentialities of South-East Asian music from the 60’s and 70’s, over the last years, the project has evolved into an energetic live experience, celebrating a mix of world music, disco, funk and electro, deeply infused with the musical background of its individual members.”

In their own words “We made a mixtape with some excellent Thai-funk, Cambodian psychedelica and Chinese disco that inspired us.”

Haw Phin is Yin Yin’s latest release due on the 19th July on 7inch via Bongo Joe Records; preorder your copy over on their Bandcamp now.



Tracklist:
Jiraphand Ong-Ard – Thai boxing
The Travellers – Slow Soul
Lam Sarawan – Sarawan Dance
Fuka Vicente – Tempura Soul
Chantana Kittiyapan – Disco ’79
Noorkumalasari – Slamat Pagi Sayang
Wah Yee Bo – 華怡保 – 綉荷包
Angkanang Kunchai – Teoy Salap Pamaa
The Impossibles 74 – Don’t mess with a sleeping tiger
The Singers – Land of 1000 Dances
Don – Soul Dracula
The Oriental Funk – Loy Kraton Disco
Pranee Thanasri – Chown Thur Ten Rum
Chailai Chaiyata & Sawanee Patana – Kwuan Tai Duew Luk Phen (you should die by bullets)
Surapon – Ding Dong
Tuangchai Boonparaksa – Mahn Kao Lah (What Fun)
Onuma Singsiri – Mae Kha Som Tam
Lum Sao Phutai Rum Pan – Ubon Pattana, Surin Paksiri
Hongthong Dao-udon – Salaeng jai
Pan Ron – I Want to Be Your Lover

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