Egyptian Lover

“My influence of music goes way back in the early ’80s. Kraftwerk definitely, a lot of Prince, a lot of Funk, Soul, R&B from back in the early ’80s and mixing all that together with the Kraftwerk beat. The ‘Numbers’ beat is really what turned me on to Electronic Music.”

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We Could Be Heroes: Lola Olafisoye on Fela Kuti

September 27, 2007 in Features by EB Team

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Friday Mixtape – Death Grip

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Interview: FM Einheit

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