“One For Delia” (Produced By Engone Endong)

•August 22, 2013 • Leave a Comment

My Tribute to the one and only, Delia Derbyshire (5 May 1937 – 3 July 2001), English musician and composer of electronic music and musique concrète.

Meet the Sculptress of Sound:





Ps: This track is included in the “Unlog Complex #2” beat tape.

You can download that amazing free international project here: http://unlog1.bandcamp.com/album/unlog-complex-02


“Clean Slate” Remix (TOKiMONSTA feat Gavin Turek) Produced by Engone Endong

•July 16, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Clean SlateREMIX

TOKiMONSTA feat Gavin Turek

Produced by Engone Endong

Enjoy the Vibrations, Selfriends!


The Loop (Featuring Ras G).

•July 10, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Mayday! Mayday!

Ras G is back on the Planet and that brother is really… feeling it!


Radio Juicy Vol. 54 (Straße bis Galaxy by Bluestaeb)

•June 19, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Very solid, tight, mighty, viral, and galactic mix produced by Berlin experimental/electronic Hip-Hop producer Bluestaeb for Radio Juicy (Heidelberg, Germany).

Featuring “Condition of Smilin” by Atsie Sun Orchestra, produced by Engone Endong.

Kudos and blessings.

Straße bis Galaxy” means “Road to Galaxy“.




Engone Endong, Live @ Artbeat Montreal Revelation 5

•May 25, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Engone Endong Live performance, at “Artbeat Montreal Revelation 5“, on Friday May 17th, at CFC.

Check him out this summer at Piknic Electronik (Montreal Electronic Music Festival) on September 2nd 2013.




8mm Reprise (Official)

•May 2, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Instant download.

“8mm Reprise”

Performance: Jjanice+ (PASA Musik Productions)

Produced by Engone Endong and Sugarface Nene

Achetez l’original / Buy the original version on: iTunes

D’autres remixes à venir / Stay tuned for other remixes…

Debut album “Voiles” – prévu pour l’automne 2013/ Fall 2013


“Wot U Need/Awareness” (Episode 14) Produced by Engone Endong

•April 9, 2013 • 4 Comments

[From Wax Poetics, written by Andrew Mason, DJ, writer, producer]

Who is Joni Haastrup?

That there are fans of the Afro-rock scene of the ’70s who are still unaware of his major contributions would probably delight the present-day Haastrup—a devout Buddhist for whom humility is a virtue.

The Haastrup of the ’70s would likely be confounded. After all, this son of a Yoruban king was the lead vocalist on Orlando Julius Ekemode’s seminal Super Afro Soul LP, considered by many to be the birthplace of the Afrobeat sound (the band also featured a certain Fela Ransome Kuti on trumpet).

By the ’70s, Haastrup was known as “Soul Brother Number One”,  a star on the West African music scene. In 1971, he was handpicked by Ginger Baker to tour Europe as part of the Air Force band, and on returning to Nigeria later that year formed the genre-defying MonoMono. The group released two nuanced LPs in 1972 and ’74, albums that have been consistently regarded as centerpieces of any Nigerian collection. In 1978, Haastrup recorded Wake Up Your Mind, a spectacularly soulful, groovy and lyrically inspiring LP that currently fetches hundreds of dollars when an original copy makes an appearance.




Source: http://www.waxpoetics.com/blog/free-tracks/joni-haastrup