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Thursday 28 March 2024 | Written by Supplied | Published in Entertainment, Features


Coco House Bros, the DJ trio known for their electrifying fusion of tech, disco, and afro house music, is back with a bang, releasing their long-awaited single “Mana” while unveiling an exciting lineup of gigs for 2024.

Coco House Bros is a Cook Islands-based international DJ trio made up of Mark Zow, Doctor E and Anthom.

According to a statement, following months of dedicated studio time, including a productive summer, the trio is set to thrill fans with monthly releases throughout the year, promising a sonic feast for the senses.

Recorded amidst the tranquillity of Rarotonga, “Mana” encapsulates the vibrant spirit of the Cook Islands, showcasing Coco House Bros’ signature fusion of tech, tribal, and afro house elements.

As the group’s first single in two years, “Mana” serves as a testament to their unwavering passion and dedication to crafting music that resonates deeply with

Listeners, the statement said.

In addition to their latest release, Coco House Bros is gearing up for an action-packed year of performances, with 14 special events lined up from April to December.

From the iconic Sunset Sessions at 21.3 Vaiana’s Bar to the glittering

extravagance of SHINY DISCO BOX at Hula Bar, the trio is poised to ignite dance floors with their infectious energy and eclectic beats.

“2024 is shaping up to be an exciting year for us,” says Doctor E, the visionary behind the Sunset Sessions concept. “We’ve been hard at work in the studio, and we can’t wait to share our new music with the world. With ‘Mana’ leading the way, we’re gearing up for an unforgettable journey ahead.”

Coco House Bros also aims to release one track per month throughout

2024, promising fans a steady stream of fresh tunes to groove to.

With their inclusive and uplifting party atmosphere, the trio invites music lovers of all ages and backgrounds to join them on the dance floor and celebrate the universal language of music.