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BOBBY OROZA feat. COLD DIAMOND & MINK: My Place, My Time  Bobby Oroza’s new LP Get On The Otherside drops next week but before that, there’s just time for one more single and that’s this, My Place, My Time. A snarling black metal effort, it marks a significant departure from previous efforts and..ok, yes, the monkey is having a laugh, this is Bobby Oroza, after all so, you know damn straight you’re going to be getting wistful lowrider soul –

BOBBY OROZA: Strange Girl (Vinyl 7″) + video

BOBBY OROZA: Strange Girl (Vinyl 7Next from Bobby Oroza comes Strange Girl, a cover of Strange Boy by originally performed jointly by fellow Big Crown artists El Michels Affair & The Shacks. With Oroza’s falsetto replacing Shannon Wise’s whisper and Cold Diamond & Mink now in charge of instrumentation, the cover is as dreamy as the original though now the vibe is lowrider soul as opposed to indie-psychedelia and

BOBBY OROZA: This Love (album) + Your Love Is Too Cold video

BOBBY OROZA: This LoveVying for the title of king of the new wave of lowrider soul must surely be Bobby Oroza with his debut album This Love. The LP is the culmination of a journey that began three years ago with the original release of the title track – a slice of summery Latin soul haze – on Timmion Records. Last year the single was re-released on New York’s Big Crown label and there was talk of a

BOBBY OROZA: Your Love Is Too Cold b/w Deja Vu (Vinyl 7″)

BOBBY OROZA:  Your Love Is Too Cold b/w Deja Vu (Vinyl 7Big Crown signing Bobby Oroza is from Finland and has a new vinyl 7″ out – Your Love Is Too Cold. But if you’re expecting music that speaks of grim arctic winters, wind and snow howling around where you’re holed up drinking vodka until the sun returns some time around June, forget it. Despite its title, Oroza’s new one is an uptempo retro-soul cut that draws from northern, surf and psychedelic

BOBBY OROZA: This Love Pt. 1 (Vinyl 7″)

BOBBY OROZA:  This Love Pt. 1 (Vinyl 7It’s part one of ‘funky Latin stuff comes from the unlikeliest places night’ here at MB and so it is that the monkey brings you news of the Big Crown label’s signing of Bobby Oroza – born in Finland, the Latin appearance of the name notwithstanding. Turns out Oroza’s new single This Love Pt 1 – a hot-buttered slice of woozy lowrider soul – is at the pressing plant and the B-side is a big secret