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Natalie Prass

Natalie Prass (RSD20 EDITION)

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    Re-press of Natalie Prass's 2015 critically acclaimed UK top 50 & US top 10 Billboard Heatseekers debut LP, on turquoise blue vinyl. PLUS 7", black vinyl, included in the LP packaging with "Any Time Any Place" and "It Is You - Instrumental".These bonus tracks have never been available before in physical format.

    Sinkane

    Getting' Weird (Alive At Spacebomb Studios)

    Sinkane’s Ahmed Gallab takes full advantage of the opportunity on the latest in the Alive at Spacebomb Studios series - the fourth in the series, following albums by Natalie Prass, Sleepwalkers, and the duo of Fruit Bats & Vetiver. Following his album "Dépaysé" (City Slang) from earlier this year, which the Sudanese-American musician described as “the story of an immigrant’s journey of self-discovery in the Trump era,” Gettin’ Weird takes five songs from that album and one from 2014’s Mean Love (“How We Be”) and reimagines, rearranges, and finds new meanings with the help of Spacebomb House Band: producers Cameron Ralston and Pinson Chanselle, Matthew E. White as executive producer, and multi-instrumentalist and arranger Trey Pollard.

    The result is a masterpiece of analogue psychedelia, the organic and digital elements of the originals intertwined in the expanse of dub space, rerendered with toasty tape fuzz or reborn as 31st century gospel. Essential listening for fans of William Onyeabor, Peaking Lights and Hailu Mergia.

    When you listen to the love songs of LA-based Bedouine, you will be reminded of Karen Dalton’s world-wise voice or the breathy seduction of Minnie Riperton's vocals, the easy cool of French ye-ye singers, and the poetry of Joan Baez. Her folk is nomadic, wandering across time and space, and on the likes of new song “Dizzy” meander into danceable jams.

    On first discovery you may ask whether they're dated to 2019, or whether you've uncovered some forgotten classic. It makes sense that singer-songwriter Azniv Korkejian's arrival – both musically and personally – on her second record has been influenced by her own wanderlust, displacement, and curiosity. “It's called Bird Songs of a Killjoy, and I'm the killjoy,” she smirks over the phone from Sonoma, California. Azniv is based in LA, but is often travelling for the sake of musical inspiration.

    Her album title is something she's still trying to decipher. “I'm figuring it out,” she says.

    STAFF COMMENTS

    says: Lovely, mellow, West Coast folk from Matthew E. White's impeccable Spacebomb label. Class.


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