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A quartet of heavy reworks. Reginald Omas Mamode IV truly does what he does best, bringing a percussive, low-slung funk to one of the most ethereal and beautiful pieces of soul on the album, Sunshine.

Glenn Astro, elevates Bossa B to a jostling, bouncing shuffler that eventually turns around and heads skyward with uplifting chords and irresistible bass.

Deoke heads into the darker regions of the original for his hugely loved remix of Bossa B.

The bass on this one is ridiculous and has caused damage to a couple of sound systems we're aware of (genuinely).

Finally the ever exceptional Mr Beatnick simply took the stereo track for Kalimba 2 and edited it into a mind-opening dub. Handling bass and harmonics as only he can, a true highlight of this high quality remix package.

Drawing influences from Herbie Hancock, Idris Muhammad and Grover Washington. The single version of breakthrough is a unique, single-take arrangement of the full-length track from the forthcoming LP Murmuration.

A backbone of hip-hop-breaks influenced beats, accompanied by a jazz-funk infused sound played by some of the most in-demand players in the country.

Mosaic is a heavy new three tracker from a band whose reputation exploded this spring with the release of debut album Murmuration.

Lead track Mosaic is full of the warmth of this heatwave-summer, syncopation and groove in abundance. Driving melodic lines and keyboard atmospherics suddenly give way to one of James O'Keefe's most powerful guitar solos to date, wild and psychedelic.

Transcoso brings the band to the downtempo magic that they have become much loved for. Heavily inspired by Azimuth, an hypnotic beat from drummer Jonny Drop eventually builds to a euphoric, almost slow disco climax for the final section.

'Mariposa' is a timely tribute. Debuted at their London album launch this take on the Freeez classic (although the live version in particular) explored a little more of the South London, Brit Funk influences that really drive the band.

Huey Morgan (BBC Radio 6 Music)- Beat of the Week, Record Of The Week and one of the records of the year so far (“All Meat" show), Tony Minvielle (Jazz FM), Shy One (Balamii) Thris Tian (Worldwide FM), Patrick Forge (NTS Radio), Dom Servini (Soho Radio/Netil Radio) Murmuration - Release of the week on Vinyl Factory,

It's clear, from how tight and precise tracks like 'Cannonball' sound, that this is a group of music heads doing what they love. We love it too. Lonely Table

STAFF COMMENTS

Millie says: Moody synthesisers one minute and then upbeat rapid tempos the next! Creating this alluring jazz and cold wave focused album. Original and beautifully done. Love this!


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