The Buffetlibre DJs are incredibly prolific with their remixes and have been instrumental in Barcelona's ongoing love affair with house music, but for their new project they're stepping up their game something serious. Collaborating with artists from 50 different countries, they're releasing a massive digital album called Peace, which will be available on the internet in January for a pay-what-you-please price starting at two euros—all proceeds will go towards Amnesty International's efforts in global humanitarian aid. That is, friends, what you might call hot hot heat—particularly when the list of participating artists includes Micachu & the Shapes, current FADER cover stars Girls, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Marc Almond, Bonde do Role, mum and a jillion others from places like Palestine, Serbia, Greece, China, Iraq, Norway and Ghana. This track, of course, reps South Africa, with the king of township funk getting super freaky with mondo drums and a hot sample reminiscent of the best diva you left behind in your '90s dark crystal epoch. Also if you happen to be in Budapest this weekend, there's a Peace party on Saturday at Merlin Club starring Frankmusik, We Plants are Happy Plants and Buffetlibre.
Download: DJ Mujava f. DJ NonSense, "Superstar"