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✨✧ Quarter StreetQuarter Street (with download) ... LP
Hope Street (Australia), 2015. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Fiercely percussive, heavily soulful Latin sounds from Quarter Street – cut from the cloth of the classic, hard hitting 70s NYC salsa of Fania and Tico – and convincingly carrying that vibe in the contemporary Melbourne scene! It takes a depth of talent to retrace the past and sound vital in the present, and Quarter Street is the real deal. Given the sound, you'd think they were scions of the 70s Nu Yorican soul scene, honestly, we're not surprised to learn they're from Melbourne give the depth of soul and funk talent down under! This one's hard hitting ensemble with a great, gritty lead singer in Sergio Botero and a lineup that includes Luis Poblete on congas, Cristian Saavedra on timbales, Cesar Saavedra on bass, Sebastian Orellana on bonga, Lazaro Numa on guiro, Ben Gillespie and Jimmy Bowman on trombones and Andrew James on piano. Includes "Fantasia", "Tumba La Cana Jibarito", "Los Golpes Ensenan", "Diferfene", "Libre Soy", "Se Casa La Rumba", "De Cualquier Manera" and "La Quarter Llego". LP
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✨✧ David VirellesAntenna (10 inch LP – with bonus download) ... LP
ECM (Germany), 2016. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wonderfully weird sounds from David Virelles – and a record that's not entirely sure of its genre, but that's what makes it so great! The whole thing's almost like one of those cool indie releases we used to get from New Music Distribution Service back in the day – a set where improvised sounds and modern composition come together – as Virelles plays piano, prepared piano, Hammond, and other keyboards – and works in sound samples – as does cellist Alexander Overington, who's the constant musical partner on this journey. Guests include alto saxophonist Henry Threadgill on one track, plus percussionists Marcus Gilmore, Mauricio Herrera, and Los Seres (a fictional percussion ensemble created by Virelles) – and two tracks feature vocals, by guests Roman Diaz and Eltan Brebaje Man. Titles include "Binary", "Water Bird Headed Mistress", "Threshold", "Rumbakua", and "El Titan De Bronce". LP
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