Paris DJs Soundsystem Vinyl Is Good For You Vol1
The band takes in many influences, from the Afro groove that is central to the album, through to head nodding psych, post-punk, turkish rock, kraut repetition and astral folk. Expect Dub Poets Black White more than neo-retro afrobeat here, the Dutch lads are nom implementing Malian soul, djembe rhythms from Senegal, Gamelan tones, Jazz or Funk elements and even some Rock attitude into their cooking.
Yep, 'cooking', and not 'recipe', because there's no Paris DJs Soundsystem Vinyl Is Good For You Vol1 formula here. The nine souls in Jungle by Night were acquainted through school, street and family bonds.
Two years ago, the group seemed to be infected with a love for raw Africa oriented funk and retreated into the rehearsal studio. Their words felt like a true blessing.
Johannes played on The Polyversal Souls ' 7 inch fromon the Whitefield Brothers album from'Earthology'he's also the leader of the Woima Collectivewho released a classic ethio-funk album in on Kindred Spirits Records'Tezeta'and even plays on the Mop Mop album 'Isle of Magic' released by Agogo Records earlier this year. Credits : Produced by Johannes Schleiermacher. Mastered by Grant Phabao. About Woima Collective : The Woima Collective was born from deep within the brass section of renowned German funk unit Poets Of Rhythm, as tenor sax player Johannes Schleiermacher became immersed in the rhythms and modes of the African music that the Poets love so much.
Johannes got inspired by the African rhythms after some excursions to Morocco, where he picked up lots of old cassettes and soaked up the very natural musical environment out there.
Combining the tight funk of groups like The Heliocentrics and the Poets Of Rhythm, with gnarly abyssinian brass and classic Mulatu-esque organ licks, the twelve tracks on 'Tezeta' Paris DJs Soundsystem Vinyl Is Good For You Vol1 into Europe on the Siroccan winds.
Nevertheless Tezeta takes the cohesive pulse of North Africa, and fits it in a groove that will run and run for days. The Woima Collective celebrates the hypnotic beauty of Ethiopian scales and African rhythms, but creates an unique sound out of those influences, leaving lots of space for the individual band members to do their dance.
They're best known for their recordings for Duke Reid's Treasure Isle label in the 60s, and with Lee "Scratch" Perry in the early s, Various Weltmusik Resonanz produced their first album 'Silver Bullets', released on the Black Art label in Jamaica and on Trojan in the UK inin two different mixes.
Their Studio One recordings were collected together along with Joji Yuasa Works Of Joji Yuasa Inter Posi Play Tion of the Duke Reid-produced sides on the 'Young at Heart' album in Deela - One Eyed Niko Schabel a. Radio Citizen is a German producer we've been following for many years, ever since his first release on Ubiquity Records.
Deelathe creative mind behind Kabanjak and Ancient Astronautscame to our attention through his many releases on the Switchstance label. Produced by Radio Citizen and Deela. After all, Ingo Moell is also an experienced DJ who knows what works for the soul as well as for the legs. With some hard drums, heavy breakbeats, soulful rock and Hendrixian funk, heavy of the fuzz, it was kinda hard Paris DJs Soundsystem Vinyl Is Good For You Vol1 resist… This track is the closing one of this selection, and should achieve to ignite the fire inside your mind.
Credits : Written, produced an published by S. On paper,…. Some surprises,… Continue reading. It perpetuates the lyricism of Gato Barbieri… Continue reading. Curiosities, techniques, improvisations, and collaborations were always the values carried by this music in Caribou Californie evolution.
A few days before Paris DJs Soundsystem Vinyl Is Good For You Vol1 start of her early dates French tour, came a surprise with the release of a reggae soul remix of that classic single by Paris DJs alumni Grant Phabao! It's a combination style of Ranger, singer and deejay. Counteracting styles. Gliding in deejay style. Original 70s deejay style of Lone Ranger, you know.
Their soul-tripping ballad with fuzzed-out guitar from gets reworked by Parisian producer Grant Phabao, adding some Jamaican grooves to the already unique formula, for a dazzling remix Paris DJs Soundsystem Vinyl Is Good For You Vol1 psychedelic Afro-Brazilian Reggae style! One all about the summer breeze, as if Cali weed could be extracted from Australian cactuses… Roll a phat one or help yourself with a nice cocktail drink, sit back in the sun and enjoy!
Carlton Livingston A new instant classic, a combination of The Lone Ranger deep and growling rub-a-dub verses, filled to the cup with the "yeah", "tell about it", "boom", "slang dang dang", "how you mean" and other "boom shack" slurs, with the sweet and soulful chorus from Carlton Livingston, the kind that gets stuck in the head. Sinon attendre qu'on trouve d'autres solutions I can't say merci boucoup enough for posting all this tres, tres, tres, tres bon musique!!
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