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17.12.2021

Sunday Mix: Cousin Kula

Pop Sunday Jazz Soul

Cousin Kula’s music is every bit as vibrant as their record sleeves. The Bristol-based band excel at joining the dots between jazz, pop and more psychedelic shades of electronic music; a desire to keep things soulful and groovy can be felt in their output.

It’s not just us that think that either. Back in 2020, London-based DJ and broadcaster Bradley Zero stumbled across the band’s Case Kula Cassette release – a loose, five-track offering crafted at home during lockdown – and suggested the band put together a full-length release. So, they did. And in autumn 2021 Cousin Kula released their debut album Double Dinners via Zero’s label, Rhythm Section. 

The band’s Sunday Mix features several songs from the record, including slick isolation jam Now That You’re Gone, along with tracks from the likes of BADBADNOTGOOD, Kaytranada, Madlib, Nu Genea, Mary Lou Williams, Altin Gün and more. So sit back, relax and let Cousin Kula provide a joyous, jazz-infused soundtrack to your Sunday.


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Nu Genea – Nuova Napoli
Kaytranada – Bus Ride ft. Karriem Riggins & River Tiber
Daikaiju – Jellyfish Sunrise
Petter Eldh – Green Street ft. Nate Wood
João Donato – Me Deixa
BADBADNOTGOOD – Speaking Gently
Cousin Kula – Something So Sweet
Altin Gün – Yolcu
Lisandro Meza – Lejanía
Menahan Street Band – The Crossing
GODTET – Cactus Dance
Madlib – Please Set Me At Ease ft. MED
Rare Silk – Storm
Kikagaku Moyo – Dripping Sun
Fieh – Brain
The Pocket Queen – We Came To Move ft. Ryck Jane
Pixvae – La Fuga
Vels Trio – The Wad
Polyrhythmics – Yeti, Set, Go
Mary Lou Williams – St. Martin de Porres
Elephant9 – Farmer’s Secret
Cousin Kula – Now That You’re Gone

Sunday Mix: Cousin Kula

Sunday Mix: Cousin Kula

Cousin Kula’s music is every bit as vibrant as their record sleeves. The Bristol-based band excel at joining the dots between jazz, pop and more psychedelic shades of electronic music; a desire to keep things soulful and groovy can be felt in their output.

It’s not just us that think that either. Back in 2020, London-based DJ and broadcaster Bradley Zero stumbled across the band’s Case Kula Cassette release – a loose, five-track offering crafted at home during lockdown – and suggested the band put together a full-length release. So, they did. And in autumn 2021 Cousin Kula released their debut album Double Dinners via Zero’s label, Rhythm Section. 

The band’s Sunday Mix features several songs from the record, including slick isolation jam Now That You’re Gone, along with tracks from the likes of BADBADNOTGOOD, Kaytranada, Madlib, Nu Genea, Mary Lou Williams, Altin Gün and more. So sit back, relax and let Cousin Kula provide a joyous, jazz-infused soundtrack to your Sunday.

See Tracklist
Nu Genea – Nuova Napoli
Kaytranada – Bus Ride ft. Karriem Riggins & River Tiber
Daikaiju – Jellyfish Sunrise
Petter Eldh – Green Street ft. Nate Wood
João Donato – Me Deixa
BADBADNOTGOOD – Speaking Gently
Cousin Kula – Something So Sweet
Altin Gün – Yolcu
Lisandro Meza – Lejanía
Menahan Street Band – The Crossing
GODTET – Cactus Dance
Madlib – Please Set Me At Ease ft. MED
Rare Silk – Storm
Kikagaku Moyo – Dripping Sun
Fieh – Brain
The Pocket Queen – We Came To Move ft. Ryck Jane
Pixvae – La Fuga
Vels Trio – The Wad
Polyrhythmics – Yeti, Set, Go
Mary Lou Williams – St. Martin de Porres
Elephant9 – Farmer’s Secret
Cousin Kula – Now That You’re Gone
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