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Belgotronics

CD (Item 614778) Crammed (Belgium), 2011 — Condition: New Copy
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A Belgian take on the Congotronics vibe – not done in the same musical style necessarily, but definitely grabbing that great spirit for homemade instruments and unique stylistic hybrids! There's a punky, funky sort of vibe going on here – but one that also has more laidback qualities too – almost as if the Beastie Boys spent a lot of time dabbling in world music – coming up with their own unique instruments and sounds, and delivering them with a brash, youthful sort of approach! And while the approach doesn't always hit home, there's plenty of playfully creative moments on the set – almost an update of older European experiements by Aksak Maboul. Titles include "Beni B", "Otanato", "Stoemp", "Bruges", "1815", "Couque De Dinant", and "3 Regions 3 Communautes".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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