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Morning Mari* Album of the Week 22-26 July ‐ Worldwide FM
  • Morning Mari* Album of the Week 22-26 July

    La Torre Ibiza – Volumen Tres [Hostal La Torre Recordings] Morning Mari*‘s album of the week is “La Torre Ibiza – Volumen Tres” complied by Mark Barrott and Pete Gooding out on the 19th of July, 2019 on Hostal La Torre Recordings. Enchanting Ibizan institution La Torre continues its compilation series with Volumen Tres, an…

    La Torre Ibiza – Volumen Tres [Hostal La Torre Recordings]

    Morning Mari*‘s album of the week is “La Torre Ibiza – Volumen Tres” complied by Mark Barrott and Pete Gooding out on the 19th of July, 2019 on Hostal La Torre Recordings.

    Enchanting Ibizan institution La Torre continues its compilation series with Volumen Tres, an incredible fifteen track release that draws inspiration from the island’s hedonistic history.

    “The future is the past and the past is the future, but when the sun kisses the ocean… there is only now” ​Mark Barrott.

    A secluded gem in Ibiza’s now commercial landscape, La Torre is located in Cap Negret, within the picturesque countryside of San Antonio. Nestled away, on a cliff that juts deep into the ocean, La Torre acts a mecca for those seeking the original Ibiza experience. Picturesque views of the magical Meditteranean sunset intertwine with true Balearic melodies, where like-minded strangers connect with bygone friends. Here is a location that offers an introspective experience, one that calms and soothes the soul of attendees whilst recounting the Ibiza experience of old.

    Volumen Tres is compiled by long term friends Pete Gooding and Mark Barrott. Veterans within the Ibizan landscape, the concept behind the compilation is to reflect the true beginnings of the islands heritage. A place of hedonistic discovery, it was in the 1980s that the likes of Paul Oakenfold made their way to the hidden Meditteranean location. Bathed in an air of mystery and enchantment, institutions such as Pikes Hotel were a place of true personal freedom, often frequented by the late Freddie Mercury and enveloped in tales of opulence and indulgence​.

    This ethos and feeling is precisely what Volumen Tres represents. In this case, out with (most of) the new and in with the old, as the pure Balearic sound is voiced through the selections of Mark Barrott and Pete Gooding. Old records merge with new boundary pushing productions, but all in-keeping with the theme of the true Balearic soundscape.

    The compilation begins with ​​Alsema ​Dub​.​ The product of ​Bill Laswell & Jah Wobble​’s liquid bass ethnicity, a cooing vocal is complimented by the pulse of trumpets as an ethereal synth runs in the background. Berlin based Neapolitan duo ​Nu Guinea create ‘A Voce ‘E Napule​​, an exotic funk-driven number, whilst Canadian native ​Pacific Coliseum​ creates the tropical, emotive ​​Morning at Made’s.​ ​ American Alt Country icons ​Lambchop provide a feel-good yet bitter sweet anthem in ​Up with the People,​ ​ before psychedelic Australians ​Tamam Shud create ​​Bali Waters​,​ a masterpiece from the cult surf movie ‘Morning of the Earth’. Downtempo talents ​Satoshi & Makoto produce the gently-moving ​​Crepuscule Leger, w​ hilst ​Mac DeMarco​’s ​​On The Level​​ features soothing left of centre vocals and dream-like melodies.

    The late English Punk Impressario ​Malcolm McLaren takes us on an intricate, Asian inspired journey with ​​Obatala​​, before Mark’s re-imagination of the classic Tears for Fears track ​​Head Over Heels ​ratchets up the drama & bliss with it’s widescreen vista. Up next is ​Trance​’s iconic ​​Ambiente​​, released in Germany in 1984, it marries Eastern Philosophy with Western electronics, before English hauntology talent ​The Advisory Circle forms a chillingly-beautiful masterpiece with ​​Sundial​​. American songwriter and composer ​Richard Torrance ​provides the groove-laden, percussion-filled ​​Anything’s Possible​,​ whilst ​Swing Out Sister’s classic ​After Hours t​ ransports us into the Twilight via it’s 80’s jazz refrains. The penultimate track comes courtesy of ​Mark Barrott​, who’s Mokuso was inspired by his adventures in rural Japan and Tokyo by night, paving the way for the final selection: Colorama’s Coloured In Remix of poet & author ​John Stammers’ ​​Idle I’m.​ ​ Moving, and wholly satisfying, the Londoner rounds off the compilation in style, as we are left pensive in a state of nostalgic musical reflection.

    In compiling La Torre Ibiza – Volumen Tres, Mark Barrott and Pete Gooding create a sonic vision of paradise; a utopian declaration of freedom, one that conceptualises their intent through musical selections. Despite times changing, we are left frozen in a soundscape of sizeable proportion, whilst the healing-like nature of the records administer a type of medicine that can not be found elsewhere. We listen, in the present, to the Ibizan soundscape of old, nurtured and soothed in a Meditteranean bliss & beautifully re-framed for the modern world.

    Tracklist:
    1. Bill Laswell & Jah Wobble – Alsema Dub 2. Nu Guinea – ‘A Voce ‘E Napule
    3. Pacific Coliseum – Morning At Made’s
    4. Lambchop – Up With The People
    5. Tamam Shud – Bali Waters
    6. Satoshi & Makoto – Crepuscule Leger
    7. Mac DeMarco – On The Level
    8. Malcolm McLaren – Obatala
    9. Tears for Fears – Head Over Heels (Sketches From An Island Sunrise Mediation) 10. Trance – Ambiente
    11. The Advisory Circle – Sundial
    12. Richard Torrance – Anything’s Possible
    13. Swing Out Sister – After Hours
    14. Mark Barrott – Mokushō
    15. John Stammers – Idle I’m (Colorama Coloured In Remix)

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  • Worldwide Playlist July Additions

    Our February Worldwide FM playlist is now live, you can listen to the best curated music on-air and also on-the-go on your preferred device. Handpicked by WWFM staff, we will regularly update the playlist with a selection of the finest music across the station, and you’ll hear these tracks throughout the day and evening. The…

    Our February Worldwide FM playlist is now live, you can listen to the best curated music on-air and also on-the-go on your preferred device. Handpicked by WWFM staff, we will regularly update the playlist with a selection of the finest music across the station, and you’ll hear these tracks throughout the day and evening.

    The February additions to the playlist are listed below and the full playlist is available to listen to and follow via Spotify and Soundcloud.

    30/70 – Tempted [Rhythm Section]
    Abdullah Ibrahim – Jabula [Gearbox Records]
    Afrodeutsche – Make The Call [River Rapid]
    Ahu – To Love (Dimlite Remix) [OHM]
    Akaba Man & Nigie Rokets – Ta Gha Hunsimwen (GP’s Edit) [Ekimogun]
    Amadeo Savio – Karin Edit [White Label]
    Anatolian Weapons feat. Seirios Savvaidis – Ofiodaimon [Beats In Space]
    Ash Walker – Time (ft Laville) [Night Time Stories]
    Asta Hiroki – Hiding Place (feat. Lylli) [Jalapeno Records]
    Auntie Flo – Kabsa (Nicola Cruz Remix) [Disco Halal]
    Axel Bowman – Magnifico [Unreleased]
    Azymuth – Tempos do Paraná [Far Out Recordings]
    Banks of 4 – Shadowlands [P-Vine Records]
    Betty Davis – Shoo-Be-Doop And Cop Him (Cottam Extension) [White Label]
    Bibio – Violet (Japan Bonus) [Warp]
    black midi – Reggae [Rough Trade UK]
    Bomb the Bass – Bug Powder Dust (feat. Justin Warfield) (LA Funk Mob Remix) [Quango Records]
    Boogarins + O Terno – Saídas E Bandeiras Nº 1 [Clube da Esquina]
    Boogzbrown – Timbila [Digital Kabar]
    Call Super – The Mess [The Trilogy Tapes]
    Carwyn Ellis & Rio – Unman [Recordiau Agati / Banana & Louie Records]
    Cassius – Cassius 99 (Remix) [Virgin Records]
    Cassius – Feeling For You [Virgin Records]
    Chick Corea & the Spanish Heart Band – Antidote [Decca]
    Claude Monnet – La Danse [AZZUR]
    Constellation Orchestra – Love Affair [Unidisc Music]
    Corey King – Fertility Filter [Def Presse]
    Daft Punk – Revolution 909 [Parlophone France]
    Daichi Yamamoto – Escape [Jazzy Sport]
    Dawn of Midi – Nix [Thirsty Ear Recordings]
    Dean Blunt – Flaxen [Hippos in Tanks]
    Den Sorte Skole – Formula Dub [Den Sorte Skole Self-released]
    Dila – Saberás [Far Out Recordings]
    DJ Lag and Okzharp – Nyusa [Hyperdub]
    DJ Python – Tímbrame [Dekmantel]
    Dr. John – Barefoot Lady (Single Version) [Atco Records]
    Dr. John – Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya [Atco Records]
    DuFrayne – The Tooch [Heard & Felt]
    Dufresne – Get Up Galaxy [Brownswood]
    E.L – Ehua ft. Joey B x Falz [White Label]
    Emanative & Phil Ranellin – Vibes From The Tribe [Steve Reid Foundation]
    Equiknoxx – Good Sandra [Equiknoxx Music]
    Etienne Jaumet – Unity (DJ Sotofett’s Unity Dub Mix) [Versatile]
    EVANS x PASK x JOAKIM – Never Gonna Leave You (Disco Mix) [Crowdspacer]
    F.O.E – In My Jungle [NON-STANDARD]
    Floating Points – LesAlpx [Ninja Tune]
    Flying Lotus – Heroes [Warp]
    Forest Drive West – Time [Whities]
    Fruko – A La Memoria Del Muerto (Meistro Sol Power Remix) [Discos Fuentes]
    Fugees – Vocab (Refugees Hip Hop Remix) [Columbia]
    Georgia Anne Muldrow – Yoyo Ma Fonk [Mello Music Group]
    Greg Foat – Zola’s Eyes [Jazzaggression Records ]
    Isaac Birituro & The Rail Abandon – Fur Svenja [Wah Wah 45s]
    J Sparrow – Ndidi [Deep Medi Musik]
    Jai Paul – Do You Love Her Now [XL Recordings]
    Jayda G – Move to the Front (Dâm-Funk Re-Freak) [Ninja Tune]
    Jinku – A2 ft Loa Myst & Nu Fvnk (El Buho Remix) [Banana Hill]
    Joe Corti – Perpetual [Club Bad]
    John Coltrance – Love Supreme (Mark De Clive Lowe Remix) [GAMM Records]
    Jonny Dillon – Turning Invisible In An Imaginary Rose Garden One Evening [All City]
    Jorun Bombay & Roy Ayers – Everybody Loves the Jorun Remix [White Label]
    Julie Coker – Sogio [Kalita Records]
    Juls & Agent Sasco – Slow Down [Universal]
    Kate Tempest – Three Sided Coin [UMG Recordings]
    Kay Gee – JN-K-Jee (Philly World Mix) [White Label]
    Khruangbin – A La Sala [Dead Oceans]
    Kinkajous – Jupiter 2 [Running Circle]
    Knxwledge. – nameless_ [Self Released]
    Kuusumun Profeetta – Kovin Lentäen Kotiin Kaipaan [Ektro Records]
    Kuzich – There Is No Time [Mandarin Dreams]
    La Boa – Por eso [Big in Japan]
    Lee “Scratch” Perry – Makumba Rock [On-U Sound Records]
    Logg – (You’ve Got) That Something [Salsoul/ Unidisc Music]
    Lone – Young Star Cluster [Ancient Astronauts]
    Louf – Lost Touch [Valby Rotary]
    Louie Vega – Barely Breaking Even (Louie Vega Boogie Radio Edit) [BBE Music]
    Lucy Pearl – Dance Tonight [Overbrook Music]
    Mac Rebennack – Storm Warning [Rex]
    Manga Saint Hilare – Fear No One [Bare Selection]
    MC Solaar – Nouveau Western [Cohiba Records]
    Melaaz – Non Non Non [BMG France]
    Micki Miller – Beachlude (Wave) [T’Myll Productions]
    Mndsgn – Sumdim [Stones Throw]
    Moodymann – I’ll Provide [Mahogani Music]
    Myele Manzanza – Itaru’s Phone Booth [First Word Records]
    Nérija – Riverfest [Domino Recording Company]
    Nicola Cruz – Obsidiana [ZZK Records]
    Park Jiha – On Water [Tak:til]
    Patrice Rushen – Music of the Earth [Elektra Records]
    Peggy Gou – Hungboo (DJ-Kicks) [!K7]
    Peter Zummo – Prepare For Docking [Tin Angel Records]
    Plaid – Dancers [Polymer]
    Pugilist – Descendant [Whities]
    Pyjaen – Creation [DeepMatter]
    Qasim Naqvi – Artilect [Erased Tapes]
    Mark Pritchard – Rakatak [MP Productions]
    Ras G – EVERY NEEDS [Fat Beats Records]
    Richard Spaven – Faded feat. Jordan Rakei (John Metcalfe Remix) [Fine Line Records]
    Roseaux feat Blick Bassy – Mè Ni Wè [VF Musiques]
    Ryo Kawasaki – Trinkets & Things [Open Sky]
    Samba De La Muerte – Motech [Collectif Toujours]
    Sampa The Great – Final Form [Ninja Tune]
    SAULT – Something’s In the Air [Forever Living Originals]
    Sheitan Brothers – Gardien Volcan [Infine]
    Shigeto – Pusher [Vanity Press]
    Sibusile Xaba – Open Letter To Adoniah [Mushroom Hour Half Hour]
    Sinclair – Le fonk [Source Etc.]
    Skymax – High On Time [International Major Label]
    Special Request – Double Rainbow [Houndstooth]
    Steve Hernández Orchestra – Boogalypso [Triunfo]
    Steve Spacek – Organic Tech [Eglo]
    Susobrino – La Marcha [Susobrino]
    Tamiko Jones – Can’t Live Without Your Love (Dave Lee Edit) [White Label]
    The Band Of Enlightenment, Reason & Love – Zota Yinne (Version) [Philophon]
    The Cranes – Joy [Mr Bongo]
    The Sorcerer’s Apprentice – Hexaco [Unknown]
    Theo Crocker – I Can’t Help It (feat. Dee Dee Bridgewater) [DDB Records]
    Thom Yorke – I Am a Very Rude Person [XL Recordings]
    Thomas de Pourquery – Le Nouveau Rendez Vous [Unknown]
    Timo Lassy & Teppo Mäkynen – Catawba [We Jazz]
    Tony Njoku – Hapless [Silent Kid Records]
    Trev – For You Around Me [Dance Regular]
    Twilite Tone – Let’s Do It Again [Brownswood]
    Uji – Jenga (Nicola Cruz Remix) [ZZK Records]
    Unknown Mobile – Medicine Man [Pacific Rhythm]
    Whitney Houston – Love Will Save the Day (MdCL remix) [GAMM Records]
    William Florelle & Bahia – FSG [WotNot]
    Yadava – Cosmic Love (Yadava Edit) [High Praise Edits]
    Yakul – Blossoming [Self Released]
    Yazz Ahmed – A Shoal of Souls [Ropeadope Records]
    Young Marco – Kalapa Garden [Island Of The Gods]
    Cleo Sol – Sweet Blue [Forever Living Originals]
    Kofi Stone – Talk About Us (feat. Ady Suleiman) [White Label]
    Alxndr London – Talking Drum [Alxndr London]
    Dami Sule – You Could Be The One [White Label]
    Digital Mozart – Where’s Wize’s Weed [White Label]
    Louke Man – Beach [Harsh Riddims]
    Sam Pills – Feel You [White Label]

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  • Broadcasting Without Borders – Investing in Worldwide FM

    As you might have seen on our social platforms, we’re excited to launch our crowdfunding campaign with leading investment platform Crowdcube, giving you the opportunity to invest in the future of Worldwide FM and continue our journey of broadcasting without borders. Signing in to Crowdcube using your existing social media accounts couldn’t be easier and…

    As you might have seen on our social platforms, we’re excited to launch our crowdfunding campaign with leading investment platform Crowdcube, giving you the opportunity to invest in the future of Worldwide FM and continue our journey of broadcasting without borders.

    Signing in to Crowdcube using your existing social media accounts couldn’t be easier and once you’re in you’ll be able to read about, and follow, our campaign. The campaign runs for 4 weeks and throughout that period you’ll receive updates about the process, the station and see the discussions with other potential investors. To sign in and get more information click here.

    Unlike other crowdfunding websites, Crowdcube are not offering the chance to prepay for a product — by investing you will become a shareholder and receive equity in our parent company Mistral Productions.

    *Due to the legalities, the only countries that cannot invest are Canada and Japan and the US has restrictions.

    *Capital at risk.

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  • Morning Mari* Album of the Week 15-19 July

    KOKOKO! – Fongola [Transgressive Records] Morning Mari*‘s album of the week for 15-19 July is KOKOKO!’s ‘Fongola‘, out on Transgressive Records on the 5th of July, 2019. Kinshasa collective KOKOKO! announce news of their extraordinary debut album, Fongola – alongside accompanying single ‘Buka Dansa’. Discussing ‘Buka Dansa’, the group offered the following; “’Buka Dansa’ means…

    KOKOKO! – Fongola [Transgressive Records]

    Morning Mari*‘s album of the week for 15-19 July is KOKOKO!’s ‘Fongola‘, out on Transgressive Records on the 5th of July, 2019.

    Kinshasa collective KOKOKO! announce news of their extraordinary debut album, Fongola – alongside accompanying single ‘Buka Dansa’.

    Discussing ‘Buka Dansa’, the group offered the following;

    “’Buka Dansa’ means ‘dance till it breaks’, or ‘break the dance’ and Dido sings the song on a synthetic rhythm, where the riff from a self-made guitar moves with the melodies. The lyrics are psychedelic, and remember what’s good in life – putting that feeling parallel with a nice taste passing into your throat, like smoke, a digestion of good moments.”

    KOKOKO! began in 2016 in Kinshasa. Electronic artist Débruit was in town working on a film soundtrack and began collaborating with Makara Bianko, a charismatic singer who performs with his dancers to electronic loops, and separately with a number of ingenious musical instrument creators and artists. They threw a spontaneous block party, and though many of them hadn’t known each other previously, the energy really clicked between Makara Bianko, Débruit, Boms Bomolo, Dido Oweke, Love Lokombe and Bovic Mwepu (who has since passed away), and together they became the founding members of the group KOKOKO!, which is part of a wider collective of multidisciplinary artists.

    Signed with independent label Transgressive (Flume, SOPHIE, Let’s Eat Grandma), their distorted polyrhythms and spontaneous lo-fi sounds provide a chaotic soundtrack to their home country. When most people think of culture in the Democratic Republic of Congo, it’s The Rumble in The Jungle fight of Muhammad Ali vs George Foreman and the accompanying Soul Power concert with James Brown in the 70s, Mobutu in his abacost and leopard print hat, les sapeurs in their elegant tailoring, and the king of Congolese rumba Papa Wemba. A faded vintage postcard. KOKOKO! represent the antithesis of tradition, and their debut album Fongola – which translates to “the key” – is a torrid, anarchic, youthful journey smashing a new path through modern life in Africa’s third most populous city.

    Life in Kinshasa is tough. Since its inception three years ago the band have lost their drummer to lung cancer, a dancer from their wider collective to electrocution, had homes destroyed by police, safety concerns at election time, visa struggles and a lucky incident with a crocodile. Yet the subject matter of the album is far from a one dimensional lament about struggle and hardship. Their lyrics explore love, sorcery and magic, the need to take things slowly in life, greed and corruption and the importance of being heard and understood.

    The kind of people who can afford imported guitars and drum kits in Kinshasa live very different lives to the people who make instruments out of sardine tins, water bottles and engine parts. Imitation wasn’t an option, which necessitated innovation. The resulting album is experimental electronic music, but it doesn’t fit neatly within any genre. Most of the sounds on this project can’t be replicated, as anyone trying to tune a one-string guitar made out of a bike brake and a powdered milk tin can attest to! What started as a financial challenge resulted in a creative advantage.

    Being an artist gives you special privileges in Kinshasa because it’s seen as an important role, and Fongola is an urgent and vitally important expression of the talent which is thriving and leading the way artistically from the toughest and most unlikely of places.

    Fongola is released on limited edition LP, CD and Cassette, with the band also making exclusive KOKOKO! signed photographs available.

    To accompany the release, the band has announced an extensive world tour, which kicks off at All Points East in early June alongside Bon Iver, before the band return to the UK and Europe for November headline shows including shows at iconic spots such as London Fabric and Berlin Berghain.

    Tracklist:

    1. Likolo
    2. Azo Toke
    3. Buka Dansa
    4. Identité
    5. Malembe
    6. L.O.V.E.
    7. Tongos’a
    8. Zala Mayele
    9. Singa
    10. Kitoko
    11. Tokoliana

    KOKOKO! are; Makara Bianko, Débruit, Boms Bomolo, Dido Oweke, Love Lokombe.

     

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  • Morning Mari* Album of the Week 8-12 July

    Abdullah Ibrahim – The Balance [Gearbox Records] Morning Mari*‘s album of the week for 8-12 July is Abdullah Ibrahim‘s ‘The Balance’ out on Gearbox Records on the 28th of June, 2019. Abdullah Ibrahim (who has also recorded as Dollar Brand) is one of South Africa’s most famous musicians. Born under the apartheid regime, where jazz…

    Abdullah Ibrahim – The Balance [Gearbox Records]

    Morning Mari*‘s album of the week for 8-12 July is Abdullah Ibrahim‘s ‘The Balance’ out on Gearbox Records on the 28th of June, 2019.

    Abdullah Ibrahim (who has also recorded as Dollar Brand) is one of South Africa’s most famous musicians. Born under the apartheid regime, where jazz music was seen as an act of resistance, his music is often referred to as representing freedom. His major anti-apartheid anthem “Mannenberg” (released as “Capetown Fringe” in the US) has come to be regarded as an unofficial national anthem in South Africa, and he even performed at Nelson Mandela’s inauguration, where Mandela referred to him as “our Mozart”. He’s played with everyone from Duke Ellington to Max Roach, John Coltrane to Ornette Coleman, and is the father of underground rapper Jean Grae.

    Now, at the age of 84, Ibrahim is set to release his first new album in four years entitled ‘The Balance’. Featuring his band Ekaya, the new album was recorded over the course of a day in London at RAK Studios last November. Featuring a number of full band arrangements, Ibrahim also recorded several of solo, improvised piano pieces. Full of encompassing TownshipJazz, solo piano, highlife and plentiful modern jazz styles, the instrumentation is broad, and includes harmonica, cello, and piccolo. In his own words, “With Ekaya, I am blessed in that I have all these textural opportunities.”

    Going on to speak about the album, he says “We push ourselves out of our comfort zones. So that we can present to the listener our striving for excellence. So that we can engage with our listeners without any barriers of our ego. It’s not jazz. For us, it’s a process of transcending barriers. Technically it’s very, very skilled, but there’s simplicity in the complexity so that people can relate to it. It’s a natural rhythm of the universe. We’ve been looking at recording for some time. But we were looking for the correct vehicle. Someone who understands what we’re doing.”

    A new single from the album called ‘Jabula’ was recently premiered by New York station WNYC, who described it as having “echoes of both Monk and Ellington but somehow manages to come up with subtly surprising voicings and harmonic choices.”

    ‘The Balance’ is a major return for a genuine living jazz legend and will be released via analog specialists Gearbox Records, who have recently released key London jazz records by artists such as Binker and Moses, Sarathy Korwar, and Theon Cross, as well as legendary names such as Dwight Trible, Thelonious Monk, Yussef Lateef and more.

    Tracklist:

    1.Dreamtime
    2. Nisa
    3. Jabula
    4. Tuang Guru
    5. Tonegawa
    6. Song For Sathima
    7. ZB2
    8. Skippy
    9. Devotion
    10. The Balance

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  • Morning Mari* Album of the week 1-5 July

    Outro Tempo II – Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1984-1996 [Music From Memory] Morning Mari*’s album of the week for 1-5 July is Outro Tempo II – Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1984-1996 out on Music From Memory and compiled by John Gómez. Music From Memory announces a second Brazilian compilation, Outro Tempo…

    Outro Tempo II – Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1984-1996 [Music From Memory]

    Morning Mari*’s album of the week for 1-5 July is Outro Tempo II – Electronic And Contemporary Music From Brazil 1984-1996 out on Music From Memory and compiled by John Gómez.

    Music From Memory announces a second Brazilian compilation, Outro Tempo II: Electronic and Contemporary Music from Brazil, 1984-1996. This volume picks up where the first left off, shedding light on a new wave of experimentalism that emerged in Brazil in the late 1980s and 1990s. The twenty tracks collected uncover another area of Brazilian music that looked to the future for inspiration. This time it drifts beyond the rainforest and into the pulsating heart of Brazil’s great cities, where it meets a generation of young artists eager to radically change the face of contemporary Brazilian music. In Outro Tempo II the avant garde and pop worlds meld in a haze of percussion and electronics. It presents another uncompromising and magnetic reinterpretation of the limits of Brazilian music.

    Tracklist:

    1. May East – Maraka
    2. Dequinha E Zaba – Preposições
    3. Oharaska – A Fábula
    4. Fausto Fawcett – Shopping de Voodoos
    5. R. H. Jackson – O Gato de Schrödinger
    6. Edson Natale – Nina Maika
    7. Akira S – Tokei
    8. Low Key Hackers – Emotionless
    9. Chance – Samba do Morro
    10. Jorge Degas & Marcelo Salazar – Ilha Grande
    11. Priscilla Ermel – Americua
    12. Voluntários da Pátria – Marcha
    13. Angel’s Breath – Velvet
    14. Fausto Fawcett – Império dos Sentidos
    15. Chance – Intro-Amazônia
    16. Tetê Espindola – Quero Quero
    17. Nelson Angelo – Harmonía de Água
    18. Jorge Mello – A Natureza Reza
    19. Julio Pimentel – Gersal
    20. Tião Neto – Carrousel

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