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New DJ Python EP, on Dekmantel.

Took me a couple of listens but I think I now like it even better than Dulce Compañia.

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Quakers (the album)

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On 7/4/2019 at 8:38 AM, Test Fforet said:

the filter sweep hurts so good

 

Hey who's that handsome fella in the thumbnail? :dadjoke:

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On 7/21/2019 at 10:22 AM, hello spiral said:

Hey who's that handsome fella in the thumbnail? :dadjoke: 

haha, took me way too long to get it :biggrin:

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holy shi* that "cast"

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  ... and drafted a wish list of musicians she’d hope would help out. At the top were guitarist Tony Chin, whose playing with Althea and Donna, King Tubby, Dennis 

Brown and so many more very arguably defined a gigantic part of the classic reggae sound, and Airto Moreira, the Brazilian drummer whose work both solo and in collaboration with Miles Davis, Astrud Gilberto, Chick Corea, Annette Peacock and more make him an actual living legend. “A pipe dream” to chase them, she says, but still she tried. 

But after diligent detective work and long chains of emails and voicemails, tracing between L.A. industry veterans and globetrotting photographers and the label that would put out her finished record—though she didn’t know that yet—she found them. Then she sent them her demos. Then they said yes. And when she finally met them that day in Chet Baker’s old studio (“A time warp,” she adds dreamily) or at King Size in northeast L.A. and she heard her songs the way she’d been hearing them in her head for so long, she was was overcome with emotion. “It was surreal and magical,” she says. “I cried. To watch those songs come to life... it’s why we do what we do.” 

She finished her album in two potent sessions with Chin, Moreira and a murderer’s row of their connections—bassist Ronnie McQueen of Steel Pulse and Ziggy Marley drummer Rock Deadrick, Now Again Records guitarist Fabiano Do Nascimento, Sergio Mendes percussionist Gibi Dos Santos and Flora Purim bassist Andre De Santanna. 

 

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Edited by Milwaukeeeee

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enjoying this collection released today.  not sure why it goes to track 6 first tho

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This song puts me in a good place

 

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