This is music meant to quiet racing hearts and anxious pulses, redirecting the attention toward communion with a higher energy—regardless of whether that higher energy is Divine, or simply the stillness that comes from meditation.
By keeping the record free of modern devices like synths or laptops or programmed rhythms and sticking strictly to the foundational elements of reggae—guitar, bass, tasteful horns, and those crucial Nyabinghi rhythms—Ras Michael has made a record that is both utterly timeless, and absolutely essential for the now.
And the band are more than capable of keeping up, with perfectly crude riffs and powerful drumming. Turn it up and let yourself bounce off the walls.
Brighton band Slum of Legs are the very picture of controlled chaos on their self-titled debut, a tightly wound collection of outsider anthems made by punk hearts who secretly love a good pop hook.
With clean production throwing every jagged piece of their compositions and musical elements into crystal clear relief, the riffs cutting like wires and the vocals placed high in the mix, the six-piece! Read our Album of the Day on Origenes. The album, which Edmondes recorded in Uganda with a group of artists in the Nyege Nyege collective under the name Villaelvin, opens with the sound of a static-soaked bass drum, thudding away monotonously for 80 straight seconds.
Mashing up the cavernous blast beats common to gqom with slithering synths, hyperactive rapping from locals Swordman Kitala and Hakim, and samples from local churches, Headroof is a dizzying, exhilarating listen, landing somewhere between the frenzied chaos of footwork and the spritely bounce of IDM.
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EMBED for wordpress. Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! Tracklist: 1. Rossuenia - J. Gomez 2. Nunca - G. Cardenas 3. Polka En Cumbia - Jose Martinez 4. La Chuparrosa - J. Roberto Lara, guitar; Eduardo A. Alemann, recorder. Private Stock : A total of five titles were released by Fonema S. Private Stock. The concept behind the idea of a private stock was to subscribe to a limited number of members, initially set at in a clear reference to the Fortune The idea of exclusivity was becoming popular in Argentina at the time also through the different programs promoted by credit cards such as Diners Club and American Express.
The logo revealed a key and the number in reference to the privacy held by the exclusive members. A total of three titles were produced and released by Fonema S.
The titles were edited by Planeta S. At least eleven titles a total of twelve LPsNunca - Various - Mexico Y Su Folklore (Vinyl released under this category. Halfway through the series, the ID numbers that identify each title in Nunca - Various - Mexico Y Su Folklore (Vinyl catalog were changed. The denomination "QH" corresponds to the original Qualiton, the following known as the series that begin with "JC" and "JQ" were inscribed in the attempt by Fonema to create label exclusively for literary works.
Set containing six LPs with recordings harvested in the fields noting each instrument and its singularities. Record 1. The recording of the latter on the fields was a work for hire by Jorge Novati e Irma Ruiz  on Fonema's request.
The set came with explanatory literature in Nunca - Various - Mexico Y Su Folklore (Vinyl format of a book in LP), French, and English, AND with abundant illustrations, index, and bibliography. The box also included 36 color slides 35mm and a handy slid-viewer. Frank J. Folklore Institute. Indiana University judged this recording in the following terms: "We know that they are authentic and of high quality, and thus we are very pleased to add them to our collections The following titles were produced, edited, and often distributed by Fonema S.
Fonema's distinct catalog was acknowledged not only from its content of original and unusual recordings but also for its commitment to the visual arts.
Qualiton's logo, a spiral to its center representing the groove in a vinyl record, incorporated the illusion of a human eye. The concept merged the idea of music and the visual arts in one label. Pablo Barragan, also a graphic designer, joined Qualiton as the in-house artist during the last years of Fonema.
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