|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Wouda's Boogie Sessions # 1||2||Audio||2006-02-16||Dopeness Galore|
|2||The Passage||2||Audio||2006-05-18||Dopeness Galore|
|3||Blue Funk (Live At The Bum Palace) / F#ck It Up||2||Audio||2006||Dopeness Galore|
|4||Wouda's Boogie Sessions # 1||2||Audio||2006-02-16||Dopeness Galore|
While Wouda’s debut release might be tucked away at the back of the label’s catalogue, the sunny bounce of Bum On The Carpet’s ‘Mood Swing’ 12” is what kick-started the whole Dopeness Galore adventure.
Already studying audio engineering and mastering, Wouda knew he wanted to work with sounds at an early age. But it was the urge to craft a simple combination of live-sounding MPC and Rhodes that formed the idea behind the single. In true DIY-style, Wouda pressed it up onto vinyl and dealt it out by hand until they were all gone.
While running the label has meant that Wouda’s time on the MPC has taken a back seat, his production vision has only gotten wider. Taking inspiration from visionary greats like Prince, Quincy Jones, Fela Kuti, Theo Parrish, King Tubby, and Larry Levan, he’s dead set on a mission to seek out the heavy blissful vibes, whoever makes them.