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General News / August 18, 2017

Listen to Kobina take on James Vincent McMorrow’s ‘Pink Salt Lake’ in new remix

General News / August 18, 2017

Listen to Kobina take on James Vincent McMorrow’s ‘Pink Salt Lake’ in new remix

Kobina x JVM.


Last we heard of Kobina he was slaving away in the studio producing beats for our mixtape series. He put his usual output of dreamy, electronic R&B for one project only. Click here to check that out and download it for free.

He’s now gone back to doing what he does best, massaging your ears with velvety electronica.

He has answered a call to action from James Vincent McMorrow, who said, “Dear musicians/remixers…. Everything about Take Care has been different. I want that reality to extend to the remixes”.

Check that out below.

Kobina’s first EP ‘Home’ was released a few years ago, followed by ‘Sentinel Island’. He has now revealed a new project is on the way.

“I am currently in the final stages of recording my new EP which I hope to release later this year.”

Eyes peeled.