Marc Cotterell

Marc Cotterell mixes volume 191 of New Mix Monday, 5 Magazine‘s weekly guest mix series.

English-born but living in the US, Marc Cotterell is a DJ, committed vinyl junkie and owner of Plastik People Recordings. Run out of Albuquerque, New Mexico, he’s released music alongside Alex Alvarez, The Rurals, Trinidadian Deep, Frankman and Patrick Green, and his own productions have been picked up by Deeper Shades, Peng, and FM Musik among others.

Plastik People’s next release is Various People Vol 1 – an EP featuring Tuff Jam & Mike Sharon, Mikki Funk, Louie Balo and a track from Marc featuring Karl The Voice, “Jus Dance”. The vinyl is out next week; you can order direct or from Juno. It’s available digitally on traxsource on February 10, 2014.

A free download of Marc’s remix from Trini’s previous release on Plastik People, “Tree of Life”, is available from bandcamp right here.

You can reach Marc Cotterell via: | Facebook | Facebook (Plastik People Recordings) | SoundCloud

The full playlist follows.



Marc Cotterell:
New Mix Monday vol 191

added: January 27, 2014

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01: – Romanthony – Trust (MCDE Mix) – Glasgow Underground
02: – Kai Alce – World Causes – NDATL
03: – Mateo & Matos – Selective Styles – USUS
04: – Sean Smith – So Gone (Greg Gauthier Mix) – Smooth Agent
05: – Ted Paterson – Kenny’s Dope – GFY
06: – Lego – El Ritmo Del Verdad – True
07: – Marc Cotterell – Jus Dance (Jus Dub) – Plastik People
08: – Four walls & Funkyjaws – Love Train – Kolour Ltd
09: – Funk Force Project – Groovin – Straight Up
10: – Dino & Terry – Can You See My Soul – Crash Records
11: – DJ Deep – Signatures – Guidance


  1. […] Marc Cotterell at Plastik People Recordings has done yeoman’s work, excavating old P4TC material to go along with some new tracks. They teamed up first with last year’s Playin’ EP, and now with the forthcoming Backfire. Aside from the title track and “Backside” (originally from the 2002 Back Shop EP) is “Minor Track” – the lead in and a new track that shows Olivier has still got it. I’ve got a lot of love for Playin’ 4 The City’s older material, but “Minor Track” is the highlight here for me. […]

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