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|Origin||Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo|
|Occupation(s)||Record producers, songwriters|
|Associated acts||Gorillaz, Blur, The Good, the Bad & the Queen, Rocket Juice & the Moon, Deltron 3030, Django Django, The xx, Africa Express, Noel Gallagher|
Dan the Automator
Remi Kabaka Jr.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
DRC Music is a Congolese record producing and songwriting team, composed of producers Damon Albarn, Dan the Automator, XL Recordings managers Richard Russell & Rodaidh McDonald, Jneiro Jarel, DJ Darren Cunningham aka Actress, Marc Antoine, Alwest, Remi Kabaka Jr., Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Kwes. The group are responsible for the Oxfam charity album Kinshasa One Two.
The album was intended to shine a light on contemporary Congolese musicians, featuring more than 50 local performers, notably Nelly Liyemge, Jupiter Bokondji & Okwess International, and Bokatola System.
The album was released digitally by Warp Records on 3 October 2011, followed by a CD edition in digipak and a deluxe vinyl edition plus three bonus tracks later on 7 November 2011, with album artwork by Aitor Throup and Hardy Blechman.
- Damon Albarn - Blur, Gorillaz, The Good, the Bad & the Queen, Rocket Juice & the Moon
- Dan the Automator - Deltron 3030, Pillowfight
- Richard Russell - Gil Scott-Heron, Bobby Womack
- Rodaidh McDonald - Vampire Weekend, The xx, Sampha, Giggs
- Jneiro Jarel - JJ DOOM, Willie Isz, Dr. Who Dat?
- Actress - Actress, Werkdiscs, Inga Copeland
- Marc Antoine - Dave Koz, Chris Botti, Jeff Lorber, Jeffrey Osborne, David Benoit, Larry Carlton
- Alwest - session player
- Remi Kabaka Jr. - Gorillaz
- Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - Dillon Francis
- Kwes - Bobby Womack, Micachu, Speech Debelle, Ghostpoet, DELS
- Kinshasa One Two - (2011)
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