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The new Mop Mop album ‘Isle Of Magic‘ seems to make it all over the World! Playlisted and commented on many radio stations, music blogs and magazines. The feedback could not have been better. The CD & LP is already in repress three weeks after release. Thanks to all the people involved in the project. It is a pleasure to work with you. Thanks to you all Music Lovers for the support.

You can find the list of all the people involved in the album HERE

Some Feedback about ‘Isle Of Magic’ :

*The Sunday Times*
“Breathtaking, simply breathtaking. The most exhilarating cross-border raid since the Ethiopian composer Mulatu Astatke teamed up with that wayward London collective the Heliocentrics.Hallucinogenic.”

*The Financial Times*
“Mop Mop conjure an impeccably retro island retreat for themselves and for an array of friends. 4/5 stars”

*Mojo Magazine*
“Martial rhythms, spooky grooves and out-there atmosphere make this a spirited, spellbinding set. Put that in your gris-gris. 4/4 stars”

*The Crack Magazine*
(Album Of The Month)
“An organic, percussion-led contemporary world jazz masterpiece”

*Monocle – On Record*
“An inspired suite of voodoo-jazz, Afro-funk and soul that sounds like a lost masterpiece from 1960s Addis Ababa.”

*KCRW Radio*
(Kamakumba Today’s Top Tune)
“Their use of cool vibes and warm marimba is what has captured our hearts. Today’s Top Tune is “Kamakumba”

*Nova Planet*
(Phantom Of The Panther “Le Son Du Jour”)

*Splinters & Candy*
“Mop Mop’s wide variety of instruments create a musical world unlike anything you’ve heard before.”

“This is the first truly trans-tropical album to make me smile from start to finish.”

*World Music Central*
“Mop Mop takes you on a wonderful international trip full of irresistible rhythms from Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America.”

*The Pop*
“Isle of Magic is a gorgeous record that has so many kinds of instrumentation and so many styles at play here the whole thing is somewhere south of mesmerizing”

*Nonobot Rock*
“Mop Mop proves that the evolution of music does not mean antiquating styles; but rather, infusing them and giving them a haven for which they can continue to be heard.”