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AZIZAA MYSTIK: Vodua

Azizaa is not just a unique artist, her well crafted soul brewed music allows you to explore her Culture, mind and soul. International artist Azizaa’s music is a soulful blend of various genres. Her unique style of music puts her in a class of her own, proudly showcasing her African connection to the Western world. Barely 5ft 3in with a powerful yet sultry voice, her delivery tends to be captivating and hypnotic, her music can take you through many emotional transitions within the length of one song.

Azizaa has been compared to the Legends such as, Grace Jones, Miriam Makeba and Nina Simone. She calls her unique blend of music, «Voodoo Music» «a bridge (for a gap) that brings together the old and the new, the ancient and the modern, the past and the present, the young and the old, even the present and the Future».

Azizaa has a commanding stage presence, its full of mysticism and excitement. Her strange body movements are hypnotic, strange and erotic, yet, very tribal. Anyone who has attended her live performances can attest to the fact that her presence on stage, along with her vibrant band is as much a visual spectacle as it is musical. Known to wear brightly colored traditional make-up designs and outfits on stage, Azizaa, with her band in the background project various musical and visual vibrations.

Gade Funamo (Leave Me Alone) was released in Jan. 2013 is available in Major Digital stores. She’s currently working on her album “VODUA” (The Deity) set to release soon. Her second single «BLACK MAGIC WOMAN» was previously released.

Azizaa appeared on various TV shows performing and promoting her music in Europe and West Africa. On a tour in the Canary Islands she appeared on the News segment for an interview with InsideTheMoskitoNet’s Irene Sanfiel Arriaga.

 


 

The new album of Brain Damage, called ¡ Ya no más !  Will be released the 19th October. Martin Nathan ventures for almost 20 years now, into many artistic and stylistic experiments, under the name of Brain Damage. Alternately dark, atmospheric, aggressive or poetic, his universe seems to be constantly evolving, what may be the key to his project longevity.

This 14th album of the french producer, is against the flow as always. Between Latino tune falsely lo-fi, unlikely fusion of digital technical and centenary tradition. and a neat esthetic which spotlights raw and protesting lyrics.  All ingredients are presents for a unique album, who shows the contrast between cultural richness of a country and reality of a daily.

 

Everything start in 2016, when Brain Damage performs for the first time in Bogotá in Colombia as part of the Télérama Dub Festival. Martin Nathan meets Gatos Negros and thereafter thanks to this meeting he will meet Macky Ruff collective and La Gaitana, committed artists devote themselves to the forgotten district of Bogota and the discredited youth. A communal creation borns, and with some of atypical local artists, they make fruitful recording session.

One year later, Martin Nathan with the support of Jarring Effects Label goes back on the spot during the France-Colombia year. His idea is to lead with success the project, far to the limelight. As usual, the result is unexpected.

Mudaze remix
artwork yeah but no remix

Jarring Effects Label and Sinnbus Records are proud to present the Premiere of « Yeah But No – Sand (Mudaze Remix) »

What about Yeah But No ? Yeah But No from Berlin released their self-titled debut album in November, accompanied by a couple of singles and EPs. After touring on their own and as support for Sylvan Esso and Zoot Woman, another extensive tour segment is due to begin in the May 2018.
Merging electronic music with classic song structures into a smart and captivating listening enjoyment. That’s Yeah But No’s objective. The duo from Berlin is comprised of techno producer Douglas Greed and singer Fabian Kuss. The former made a name for himself in the techno scene and recently released an album together with Mooryc with their mutual project Eating Snow.

 

The two get to know each other four years ago when Greed was looking for a singer for his tracks. Tasteful success label Freude am Tanzen releases his music during that time and he tours through Europe, plays in Mexico and Australia. In Fabian Kuss he finds the matching counterpart. Not only has he studied voice but also stood on stages all across the country and explored musical styles from jazz to funk and pop with his bands.

 

Now Yeah But No announce the release of « Remixes I », one of two EPs containing contributions by friends made along the way, and artists Yeah But No became friends and fans of. Karmon (Diynamic), Daniel Brandt (Erased Tapes, Brandt Brauer Frick etc.), Marc Holstege (Stil vor Talent), Panthera Krause (Uncanny Valley, Riotvan, ORS etc.), and Mudaze (Beast Entertainment) promise a good round of tasteful listening pleasure.

 

 

Yeah But No are currently working on the tracks of their second album, which will be released in November 2018

 

Pre-order the EP here !

 

Tracklisting : 
Yeah But No – New Again (Karmon Remix)
Yeah But No – Leave The Dark (Daniel Brandt Remix)
Yeah But No – Leave The Dark (Marc Holstege Remix)
Yeah But No – Renew Me (Panthera Krause Remix)
Yeah But No – Sand (Mudaze Remix)
La Dame Blanche
No Da Para Na

Today is the release of the new single of La Dame Blanche « No Da Para Na » ! First extract from her next album « Bajo El Mismo Cielo » available on Jarring Effects on May 25th !

Behind this character of La Dame Blanche, inspired by legends from around the world, also present in the Cuban Santeria, we find Yaite Ramos Rodriguez, daughter of Jesus « Aguaje » Ramos, artistic director of the Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club.

Born in Cuba, among a thousand beating drums, cradled by the boats of sound, rumba, in a family of musicians, the woman escapes quickly on her own road: classical flute, then hip hop. In Paris, where she lands and emancipates, she sings in Rumbanana, the Great Orchestra of Splendid, officiates as a singer alongside Sergent Garcia and El Hijo of Cumbia and forges her own musical language. In her creations, spirits surround her, show her the way – the ancestors, the orishas. These supernatural powers, with powerful vibrations, accompany her on stage, in her touring around the world.

« In hip hop, I feel free of any technique, freed from imposed structures: you go to the end of your sentence, without asking yourself ten thousand questions, you go, with all your personality. I like this excess of speech, this excess of music, which fills and completes me … « 

Follow her on tour in France and elsewhere :

05/05 – Gignac (FR) – Le Sonambule
05/15 – Washington DC (USA) – Millennium Stage, Kennedy Center
05/25 – Montreuil (FR) – La Marbrerie / Album Release Party
05/26 – Sannois (FR) – EMB
06/01 – Bergen (NO) – Nattjazz Festival
06/02 – Evreux (FR) – Fête de la Fraternité
06/09 – Kervignac (FR) – Festival Les Pieds dans la Vase
06/16 – Saint-Pabu (FR) – Festival Ribamboules
06/21 – Evian-les-Bains (FR) – Fête de la Musique
06/22 – Comines (BE) – Festival J’Veux du Soleil
06/23 – Pau (FR) – Latin Pau Festiv’Arts
06/29 – Audincourt (FR) – Festival Rencontres et Racines
07/06 – Valencia (ES) – Vivers La Feria
07/08 – Saint Peray (FR) – Crussol Festival
07/22 – Edmonton (CA) – Interstellar Rodeo Festival
07/26 – Laguépie (FR) – Lez’Art Festival
07/27 – Malmesbury (UK) – WOMAD Festival
07/28 – Isla San Simon (ES)
07/29 – Isla San Simon (ES)
08/09 – Gaspé (CA) – Festival Musique du Bout du Monde
08/11 – Sherbrooke (CA) – Festival des traditions du monde
08/15 – Moncton (CA) – Festival Acadie Rock
09/15 – Madison (USA) – Madison World Music Festival
09/18 – Des Moines (USA) – Festival Acadie Rock
09/20 – Chicago (USA) – Chicago World Music Festival
09/21 – Chicago (USA) – Chicago World Music Festival
09/22 – Albuquerque (USA) – Globalquerque Festival
09/28 – Biarritz (FR) – Festival Biarritz Amérique Latine
10/05 – Istres (FR) – L’Usine

Haven’t listened to La Dame Blanche yet ? It’s time to take a look at her first EP « Dos Caras » still available here on Jarring Effects !

La Dame Blanche
Dos Caras EP

La Dame Blanche unveil her 4 titled EP Dos Caras EP !

With its explosive mix of hip hop, cumbia, dancehall, reggae, the singer, flutist and Cuban percussionist La Dame Blanche, delivers a powerful and irresistible sound, where the spirits invite themselves. Behind this character, inspired by legends from around the world, also present in the Cuban Santeria, is revealed Yaite Ramos Rodriguez, daughter of Jesus « Aguaje » Ramos, artistic director of the Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club.

In 2018, she’s back with Bajo el Mismo Cielo her third co-produced album with her long-time partner, Marc « Babylotion » Damblé, signed on Jarring Effects. A disc of connections, welcoming many guests. A great musical party and gleaming!

29/03 – Grenoble (FR) – Musée Dauphinois
01/04 – Paris (FR) – La Bellevilloise
06/04 – Nilvange (FR) – Le Gueulard Plus
14/04 – Cenon (FR) – Le Rocher de Palmer
19/04 – Lille (FR) – Gare Saint-Sauveur
26/04 – Orléans (FR) – Jazz or jazz Festival
27/04 – La Rochelle (FR) – La Sirène
29/04 – Angoulême (ES) – La Nef
05/05 – Gignac (FR) – Le Somnambule
11/05 – Rio de Janeiro (BR) – Festival Back2Black
15/05 – Washington DC (USA) – Millennium Stage, Kennedy Center
25/05 – Montreuil (FR) – La Marbrerie / Album Release Party
26/05 – Sannois (FR) – EMB
01/06 – Bergen (NO) – Notjazz Festival
02/06 – Evreux (FR) – Fête de la Fraternité
09/06 – Kervignac (FR) – Festival Les Pieds dans la Vase
16/06 – Saint Pabu (FR) – Festival Ribamboules
22/06 – Comines (BE) – Festival J’Veux du Soleil
29/06 – Audincourt (FR) – Festival Rencontres et Racines
06/07 – Valencia (ES) – Jardins de Vivers
08/07 – Saint Peray (FR) – Crussol Festival
22/07 – Edmonton (CA) – Interstellar Rodeo Festival
26/07 – Laguépie (FR) – Lez’Art Festival
27/07 – Charlton Park (UK) – WOMAD
28/07 – Isla San Simon (ES) – Festival Sin Sal Son Estrella
29/07 – Isla San Simon (ES) – Festival Sin Sal Son Estrella
09/08 – Gaspé (CA) – Festival Musique du Bout du Monde
18/09 – Des Moines (USA) – Des Moines Social Club
20/09 – Chicago (USA) – Chicago World Music Festival
21/09 – Chicago (USA) – Chicago World Music Festival
22/09 – Albuquerque (USA) – Globalquerque Festival
05/10 – Istres (FR) – L’Usine

dub-to-dub-vinyl
dub-to-dub-vinyl

In November 2017, was released the remix album “High Tone Remixed – Dub to Dub (ODG Prod)” in digital format honoring/recognizing the dub artists of the new generation, each one of them remixing one song of the crew from Lyon. We are pleased to announce that Dub to Dub will be released on vinyl on Jarring effects music label on the 30th of March this year.

The artists gathered for the project are Adi Shankara, Alpha Steppa, Dub Engine, Full Dub, Jacin, Mahom Dub, Mayd Hubb, Ondubground, Panda DubRadikal Guru, Rakoon and also Tetra Hydro K, with the participation of Martin Campbell, Pupajim, and Shanti D.

dub-to-dub-vinyl

They are an essential iconic figure of a specific European underground world, Apostle of a sensible “Do It Yourself”, engaged and yet often without any lyrics, The band High Tone has managed to build its own special role, patiently, wisely, whilst staying permanently connected to their public and their roots, starting from Dub music, to then create their own universe, wide and complex, opened to collaborations and always accessible to all.

Tinted with an Ethno-dub color in its early stages, High Tone has developed its way of making music as much as its influences, becoming in turn an inspiring figure, borrowing from Dubstep music before the name even existed and becoming part of what we call today Bass Music, to sum up the different relationships which combine Drum and bass, Dub music, Glitch hop and other adventurous roads taken by this band, never at rest and always anchored in the Present, always vigilant, always searching.

23/03 – ElectroChoc Festival – Bourgoin (38)
24/03 – L’Atelier – Cluse (74)
30/03 – Noumatrouff – Mulhouse (68)
31/03 – Festival les Z’Eclectiques – Chemillé d’Anjou (49)
07/04 – Le Fil – Saint Etienne (42)
20/04 – Echo System – Scey sur Saône (70)
04/05 – La Tannerie – Bourg en Bresse (01)
05/05 – Le 106 – Rouen (76)
12/05 – Le Bikini – Toulouse (31)
19/05 – Outdoormix Festival – Embrun (05)
08/06 – So Good Fest – Canéjan (33)
15/06 – Théâtre de la Mer – Sète (34)
30/06 – Lamano Festival – Ris Orangis (91)

High Tone "Remixed - Dub to Dub"
High Tone

This year, High tone celebrates its 20th birthday ! For his birthday, the crew opened his repertoire to 12 artists of the new Dub Generation : Adi Shankara – Alpha Steppa – Dub Engine – Full Dub – Jacin – Mahom dub – Mayd Hubb – Ondubground – Panda Dub – Radikal Guru – Rakoon – Tetra Hydro K
With the participation of Martin Campbel, Pupajim and Shanti D ! The result High Tone – Dub to Dub offers 12 tracks of the band in Dub Remix version ! The compilation will be released for free download on the net label ODGProd on November 7, 2017.

After three long years of absence, French dub bosses are back on stage for the Telerama Dub Festival. The band prepare us an exclusive live, a special creation with guests of the brand at the microphone. So to accompany the crew on stage nothing less than Lady Chann, Shanti D, and Omar Perry ! Rendez-vous is taken for the 25th November at the Docks de Paris for the Telerama Dub Festival # 15.

Essential players on the European underground scene, High Tone has progressively created its own unique musical identity by staying close to their roots and to their core audience. Remaining open to many collaborations, they have built their own universe around the very concept of Dub music in its vast complexity. Initially labeled « ethno-dub », High Tone’s influences and sound evolved, in diverse ways – using Dubstep elements before the term was even created for instance – and they quickly became one of the main players in the Bass Music scene, a movement reuniting various schools of sound such as drum&bass, dub, glitch hop and other adventurous soundscapes that High Tone was never afraid to explore and dissect.

Brain Damage and Harrison Stafford (Groundation) unveil their long awaited album Liberation Time today !

A superb opus that can be heard in a loop CULTURE DUB

To gain some grasp of the genesis of this new project, that may seem surprising at first, let’s address what both artists have in common, rather that what differentiates them. Internationally recognized masters in the styles, respectively reggae & dub, that they are developing in parallel for almost 20 years, without never really meeting each other, the two protagonists strive to challenge their codes in an ever greater respect to their Jamaican roots: two decades furthering a relentless fight against musical orthodoxy, to the benefit of interbreedings that have always been major contributions to music — and arts in general — History. This is evidenced by jazz and Jamaican traditional music fusion in the case of Harrison Stafford, and notably with his amazing adventure with Groundation, as well as by Martin Nathan countless experimentations, over Brain Damage prolific discography, always digging in more unlikely and audacious directions.

From this unexpected collaboration will stem « Liberation Time » album, an LP that will delight many fans of the two artists’ works, all what builds their respective uniqueness being there so well intricated. Harrison Stafford unique voice supports, in a most elegant way, the delivery of a uniting message focused on self-empowerment through music and his universalist vision of Rastafarian faith. Brain Damage writing and production, on the other hand, appear always more subtle and personal, intellectualized yet visceral. Solid compositions, hit melodies and classy dub effects are among assets that will undoubtedly confirm « Liberation Time » as one of the most accomplished collaboration project of this year.

Listen to « Liberation Time »

11/10 – Le Moulin – Marseille (13)
12/10 – Victoire 2 – Montpellier (34)
13/10 – Les Docks – Cahors (46)
14/10 – Les Abattoirs – Bourgoin Jallieu (38)
15/10 – La Moba – Bagnols s/Cèze (30)
16/10 – Festival Roots’Ergue – Baraqueville (12)
18/10 – Atelier 210 – Bruxelles (BE)
19/10 – Le Moloco – Audincourt (25)
20/10 – Le Brise glace – Annecy (74)
21/10 – Le Clapier – St Etienne (42)
22/10 – Issoudun Reggae Temple – Issoudun (36)
14/11 – L’Autre Canal Nancy – Nancy (54)
15/11 – Les Tanneries – Dijon (21)
17/11 – L’Orange Bleue / Bords 2 Scènes – Vitry-Le-François (51)
18/11 – Stereolux – Nantes (44)
22/11 – Le Camji – Niort (79)
23/11 – Le Temps Machine hors les murs – Tours (37)
24/11 – Chauffer Dans La Noirceur – Montmartin s/Mer (50)
25/11 – Télérama Dub Festival – Paris (75)
26/11 – Le Grand Mix – Tourcoing (59)

High Tone
High Tone

High Tone has realised an exclusive mix for Trax Magazine ! This year, the crew celebrates its 20th birthday ! For the occasion, and after three long years of absence, French dub bosses are back on stage for the Telerama Dub Festival. The band prepare us an exclusive live, a special creation with guests of the brand at the microphone.
So to accompany the crew on stage nothing less than Lady Chann, Shanti D,
and Omar Perry ! Rendez-vous is taken for the 25th November at the Docks de Paris for the Telerama Dub Festival # 15.

Essential players on the European underground scene, High Tone has progressively created its own unique musical identity by staying close to their roots and to their core audience. Remaining open to many collaborations, they have built their own universe around the very concept of Dub music in its vast complexity.

Initially labeled « ethno-dub », High Tone’s influences and sound evolved, in diverse ways – using Dubstep elements before the term was even created for instance – and they quickly became one of the main players in the Bass Music scene, a movement reuniting various schools of sound such as drum&bass, dub, glitch hop and other adventurous soundscapes that High Tone was never afraid to explore and dissect.

Brain Damage Meets Harrison Stafford
Brain Damage Meets Harrison Stafford

Brain Damage and Harrison Stafford (Groundation) will unveil their album Liberation Time on October 20th. Today we reveal the second extract of the album : Raw Talking Rebels !

To gain some grasp of the genesis of this new project, that may seem surprising at first, let’s address what both artists have in common, rather that what differentiates them. Internationally recognized masters in the styles, respectively reggae & dub, that they are developing in parallel for almost 20 years, without never really meeting each other, the two protagonists strive to challenge their codes in an ever greater respect to their Jamaican roots: two decades furthering a relentless fight against musical orthodoxy, to the benefit of interbreedings that have always been major contributions to music — and arts in general — History. This is evidenced by jazz and Jamaican traditional music fusion in the case of Harrison Stafford, and notably with his amazing adventure with Groundation, as well as by Martin Nathan countless experimentations, over Brain Damage prolific discography, always digging in more unlikely and audacious directions.

From this unexpected collaboration will stem « Liberation Time » album, an LP that will delight many fans of the two artists’ works, all what builds their respective uniqueness being there so well intricated. Harrison Stafford unique voice supports, in a most elegant way, the delivery of a uniting message focused on self-empowerment through music and his universalist vision of Rastafarian faith. Brain Damage writing and production, on the other hand, appear always more subtle and personal, intellectualized yet visceral. Solid compositions, hit melodies and classy dub effects are among assets that will undoubtedly confirm « Liberation Time » as one of the most accomplished collaboration project of this year.

11/10 – Le Moulin – Marseille (13)
12/10 – Victoire 2 – Montpellier (34)
13/10 – Les Docks – Cahors (46)
14/10 – Les Abattoirs – Bourgoin Jallieu (38)
15/10 – La Moba – Bagnols s/Cèze (30)
16/10 – Festival Roots’Ergue – Baraqueville (12)
18/10 – Atelier 210 – Bruxelles (BE)
19/10 – Le Moloco – Audincourt (25)
20/10 – Le Brise glace – Annecy (74)
21/10 – Le Clapier – St Etienne (42)
22/10 – Issoudun Reggae Temple – Issoudun (36)
14/11 – L’Autre Canal Nancy – Nancy (54)
15/11 – Les Tanneries – Dijon (21)
17/11 – L’Orange Bleue / Bords 2 Scènes – Vitry-Le-François (51)
18/11 – Stereolux – Nantes (44)
22/11 – Le Camji – Niort (79)
23/11 – Le Temps Machine hors les murs – Tours (37)
24/11 – Chauffer Dans La Noirceur – Montmartin s/Mer (50)
25/11 – Télérama Dub Festival – Paris (75)
26/11 – Le Grand Mix – Tourcoing (59)

Brain Damage Meets Harrison Stafford
Brain Damage Meets Harrison Stafford

Brain Damage and Harrison Stafford (Groundation) will unveil their album Liberation Time on October 20th. Today we reveal the first extract of the album : Rebel Music !

To gain some grasp of the genesis of this new project, that may seem surprising at first, let’s address what both artists have in common, rather that what differentiates them. Internationally recognized masters in the styles, respectively reggae & dub, that they are developing in parallel for almost 20 years, without never really meeting each other, the two protagonists strive to challenge their codes in an ever greater respect to their Jamaican roots: two decades furthering a relentless fight against musical orthodoxy, to the benefit of interbreedings that have always been major contributions to music — and arts in general — History. This is evidenced by jazz and Jamaican traditional music fusion in the case of Harrison Stafford, and notably with his amazing adventure with Groundation, as well as by Martin Nathan countless experimentations, over Brain Damage prolific discography, always digging in more unlikely and audacious directions.

From this unexpected collaboration will stem « Liberation Time » album, an LP that will delight many fans of the two artists’ works, all what builds their respective uniqueness being there so well intricated. Harrison Stafford unique voice supports, in a most elegant way, the delivery of a uniting message focused on self-empowerment through music and his universalist vision of Rastafarian faith. Brain Damage writing and production, on the other hand, appear always more subtle and personal, intellectualized yet visceral. Solid compositions, hit melodies and classy dub effects are among assets that will undoubtedly confirm « Liberation Time » as one of the most accomplished collaboration project of this year.

11/10 – Le Moulin – Marseille (13)
12/10 – Victoire 2 – Montpellier (34)
13/10 – Les Docks – Cahors (46)
14/10 – Les Abattoirs – Bourgoin Jallieu (38)
15/10 – La Moba – Bagnols s/Cèze (30)
16/10 – Festival Roots’Ergue – Baraqueville (12)
18/10 – Atelier 210 – Bruxelles (BE)
19/10 – Le Moloco – Audincourt (25)
20/10 – Le Brise glace – Annecy (74)
21/10 – Le Clapier – St Etienne (42)
22/10 – Issoudun Reggae Temple – Issoudun (36)
14/11 – L’Autre Canal Nancy – Nancy (54)
15/11 – Les Tanneries – Dijon (21)
17/11 – L’Orange Bleue / Bords 2 Scènes – Vitry-Le-François (51)
18/11 – Stereolux – Nantes (44)
22/11 – Le Camji – Niort (79)
23/11 – Le Temps Machine hors les murs – Tours (37)
24/11 – Chauffer Dans La Noirceur – Montmartin s/Mer (50)
25/11 – Télérama Dub Festival – Paris (75)
26/11 – Le Grand Mix – Tourcoing (59)

Last week, french artist Mat3r Dolorosa unveil his last video clip of the song « Retroaction« , extract from his last album.

Ddivided into two parts, this last opus mix dark atmospheres and noise sonorities, and lightly and melodic parts. This album, the second one of Mat3r Dolorosa, made reference to Milton and his lost paradise, and talk about more personnal subjects : quest of identity, research of meaning… « Son of Light / A Noisy Blast«  is now available in streaming on our soundcloud.

« The artist managed to infuse a wind of electronic fury on nine songs in perpetual mutation that take the time to ogle to techno and abstract hip-hop, nothing seems left to chance. » LONGUEUR D’ONDES

The album is available on the different platforms and also in vinyl and CD on CD1D

« Meian », the third album of the french-japanese duo Erzatz, was released last month. To go with and to illustrate this album, a serie of five cinematic modules was shot in Japan by the Sens2k collective. « A day » is the last episode, and it’s the key of chiaroscuro, album red string.
To discover this project in live, rendez-vous to the next show in Lyon on march 23rd at La Méduze.
« Meian » is available as usual on CD1D.

After the critical success of the two first albums released on Jarring Effects « Le Triomphe du Chaos » et « Sou Kono », and more recently the EP remix « Sou Kono Remix », Midnight Ravers is back with a mixtape titled « Kuma Soundz #1 » !

If you want listen to the mixtape click here.

Midnight Ravers will soon begin the West africa and European tour 2017 :
March 3rd @ Bushman Café / Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
March 4th @ Asa Baako Festival / Busua (Ghana)
March 5th @ Asa Baako Festival / Busua (Ghana)
March 9th @ Club Africa / Bamako (Mali)
March 11th @ Festival Africa Bass Culture / Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)
May 25th @ Festival Nuits sonores – Nuit 2 / Le Transbordeur – Club Transbo (Lyon)
June 22nd-23rd @ Les Invites / Villeurbanne
September 1st @ Nyege Nyege Festival – Nile Discovery Beach / Jinja (Ouganda) – tbc

 

After the released of Erzatz’s third album one week ago on Jarring Effects, the band reveals today in exclusivity on 90bpm the third cinematic module of « Meian », realized by Sens 2K : the song « Don’t Make Me Hide » featuring M. Sayyid (aka « Sayyid Airborn »).

You can stream and download « Meian » on every plateform.
To order the opus in physical format, it’s as usual on CD1D.com.

 

Vibronics meets Conscious Sounds’ album is out now !

On « Half Century Dub », Dougie Wardrop & Steve Vibronics present an album that takes classic music from each decade of dub, starting with 1970s Jamaica music right up 2010s worldwide dub sounds. The two prominent UK Dub producers will take each decade in turn, as the listener is catapulted across half a century of roots rocking Reggae music. This unique dubwise concept album will feature reworking of classic tunes from 1970s, 1980s, new versions of crucial music from the Conscious Sounds & Vibronics back catalogue from 1990s & 2000s and some brand new future dubs for the 2010s. Dubwise music across 50 years.

As usual, you can order the album on CD1D

Erzatz’s new album is out now !
As we are friendly, you can fully listen to « Meian » during 48 hours on our website, and you can also watch the band tomorrow at the Point Ephémère (Paris) with Be4t Slicer, entrance is free !

To order the album, you can go as usual on CD1D.com

Erzatz will released on their new album this friday !
For the more impatient, the album is available on listening during the whole week on Indie Music !

[LP] [Exclusivité] Erzatz – Méian

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