Josh Caffé announces new mixtape of unreleased material and edits

The mixtape is accompanied by a free download of a brand new 80s Detroit inspired track from Josh himself.

Josh Caffé announces new mixtape of unreleased material and edits

The mixtape is accompanied by a free download of a brand new 80s Detroit inspired track from Josh himself.

Love Child co-founder and Paranoid London front-man Josh Caffé announces a new mixtape titled Unreleased, which features a collection of never-before-heard edits and raw cuts from 2014 through till now. 

Including collaborations and productions from the likes of Hannah Holland, Capracara, Garry Todd, Andrew Soul and The Subs, the release is also accompanied by a brand new solo track 'Would It Hurt To Let You Go?' from Josh himself, which takes inspiration from 80s Detroit house, and you can download it for free over on Love Child's Soundcloud. 

London-based club night Love Child began life in 2018, started by Josh and Wet Yourself! boss Jacob Husely, reclaiming the dance floor for the queer community through raves, podcasts and discussions. Their mission for freedom of self-expression and sharing love through music translates to their newly-founded label arm of the same name, which kicked off at the beginning of the year as a home for pioneering queer artists, with a percentage of profits going towards supporting different LGBTQ+ charities.

Listen to the Mixtape below...


Free Download HERE.

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