Listen to Some 80s Estonian Funk and Help Maryn Fund a Wheelchair For Her Son

All proceeds from the lo fi synth boogie compilation will directly support research into ALS.

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25 March 2017, 12:21am

Maryn E. Coote, aka DJ-MEK (Marynel-Marju Kuut), is an Estonian-Swedish singer/songwriter/producer who got her start in 60s Soviet Union. Her musician son Uku Kuut, has been living with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, for several years. Washington DC label PPU, who also released Uku's amazing Vision of Estonia album, has just released Maskeraad, a compilation of Maryn's music that includes studio recordings, out-takes, demos, and new material. The sale of the album will directly support Uku's care, and support further research on ALS.

Take a listen to some of  lo fi synth funk and boogie below. 

'Maskeraad' is available now on PPU