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"Every Step You Take Is A Migration" is Juha's call to welcome refugees and party music for the post-Brexit blues. Get it on Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, and all the usual digital platforms.
The single includes the album version plus club-ready remixes by Jonodog and Eddy J. Free, and a campfire-ready sitar version by Chris Cook. The cover art features drawings by child refugees, courtesy of Art4Warkids and From Syria With Love.
"A border is an imaginary line!" Includes the single version of "Every Step You Take Is A Migration," club remixes by Eddy J. Free and Jonodog, and a sitar version by Chris Cook. The cover features art by refugee children representing Art4WarKids and From Syria With Love.
Produced amidst an epidemic of teen suicides, the "Bloodstains and a Crow" single includes the original Mic Paradise mix of the song and remixes by Jonodog and Pawell "Pav" Kucharski. Also includes a remix of "My Love Will Never Die," the Willie Dixon cover that first appeared on the 'Grooms Of God' album.
A cover of the Nina Simone classic, with lyrics tweaked for the age of marriage equality. Originally from the 'Polari' sessions, it includes the original version and remixes by Christopher "Chops" Ingold, Eddy J. Free, Brett Basil, Lin Sangster, and Will the Moor.
The funk-pop of Juha's "Stomach" is the sound of Prince and Rick Springfield french kissing, and here it's joined by covers of three 80's classics: Gwen Guthrie's "Ain't Nothin Goin On But The Rent" (rent boy-themed and remixed from Juha's original cover of it on the 'Grooms of God' album), an a cappella take on Scandal's "Goodby To You," and Joe Jackson's "Steppin' Out."
"What a gift! What a brilliant little genius." - Marc Almond 16 tracks including "Dip Dip," "Paul In Swan Lake," "Can The Bengal Bend All Day," and a cover of Gwen Guthrie's "Ain't Nothin' Goin' On But The Rent" sung from the perspective of a rent boy.
The debut, including"This Dream Is Gonna Blow," "Popcorn Money," the homophobia/hip hop confrontation "Melt By Your Mouth," and the raunchy electro-accordion title track.