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  • Branko 'Nosso' Vinyl 12

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    Branko 'Nosso' Vinyl 12"

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    Branko 'Nosso' Vinyl 12"

    £12.99

    The first thing that strikes you when hearing 'Nosso' is its feeling of intimacy and warmth. The title, which means 'Ours' in Portuguese, is apt since he sees the record as the result of letting a wild variety of people into his world. João notes that 'I didn't know most of the collaborators before meeting up with them in a studio somewhere in the world, so most of these songs are coming from a very immediate and honest sense of collaboration where you spend an afternoon with someone learning about each other at the same time as you're making music.

    It's a shared experience, a moment where two or more people came up with ideas together, that they probably wouldn't have had if they were in their comfort zone.' These meetings were turned into songs at home in Lisbon once the main ideas were created collaboratively elsewhere. 'On this album, like in everything else I did so far, the focus on the instrumental side of things was experimenting with rhythmic patterns and genres from the Portuguese-speaking universe while applying them to songs created with other artists from completely different backgrounds and places.' There's something in this process that has left the album sounding super fresh as this is a sound without borders that pulls you in. It's music everyone can be a part of, where even the most rugged up-tempo cut sounds welcoming. It's an overwhelmingly positive and joyous experience to immerse yourself in 'Nosso.'

    It's no wonder that the central motif of the album artwork shows a less common view of Lisbon, one where instead of looking at the historic city centre we face the suburbs, where these musical and cultural experiments have been and still are occurring, undeniably shaping the musical and cultural landscape of Lisbon in the process. As much a soul record as it is a record infused with the beats of the Portuguese-speaking world, 'Nosso' is a reflection of Branko's ongoing musical explorations and his vision of Lisbon as a privileged cultural hub for the Portuguese-speaking world and beyond. Branko fuses local rhythms from kizomba to baile funk and afrohouse through European electronic genres with a clear accessible pop sensibility and the aim of creating a unified sound that puts all these individual musical expressions in perspective as part of a greater whole.

    For João, this is the logical next step in his musical evolution.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Branko - Over There (feat. Miles From Kinshasa)
    2. Branko - Movimento
    3. Branko - Stand By (feat. Umi Copper)
    4. Branko & Sango - Hear From You (feat. Cosima)
    5. Branko & PEDRO - MPTS (Chords Version)
    6. Branko - Sempre (feat. Mallu Magalhães)
    7. Branko - Amours d'ðté (feat. Pierre Kwenders)
    8. Branko - Tudo Certo (feat. Dino d'Santiago)
    9. Branko - Bleza
    10. Branko - Agua Con Sal (feat. Catalina García)
    11. Branko & Dengue Dengue Dengue - Lucuma

    Release Date: 15/03/2019
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  • Dengue Dengue Dengue 'Zenit & Nadir' Vinyl 2xLP

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    Dengue Dengue Dengue 'Zenit & Nadir' Vinyl 2xLP

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    Dengue Dengue Dengue continue expanding their carefully created aesthetic on their new album Zenit & Nadir'by diving into the deep and rich musical history of Afro-Peruvian music, already hinted in the first single Ãgni', which is the inversion of the traditional Afro-Peruvian rhythm Ingá.

    The ongoing exploration of the vast and rich musical heritage of the descendants of the former African slaves in Peru has become the main focus of their new album.

    Their interest in Afro-Peruvian music has led them to meet and record extensively with several members of the Ballumbrosio family, a renowned musical dynasty in Peru that has kept Afro- Peruvian musical traditions alive, masters of rhythms like landÃ", festejo and crioullo music, with traditional dances and instruments such as the iconic quijada - a rattling percussive instrument made out of a donkey's jawbone.

    The introduction of live recordings with the Ballumbrosio brothers has given a whole new dimension to their always-expanding sound, and they feature extensively all throughout the album. As they were such an integral part of the recording process it made perfect sense that they would contribute to expand Dengue Dengue Dengue's memorable audiovisual performance as well, and have began playing live shows together this year.

    The marriage between the traditional and organic percussion of the Ballumbrosios with DDD's hypnotic electronic production has created a whole new chapter for the band.

    Tracklisting:
    Side A:
    1. Dengue Dengue Dengue - The Invisible Ones (feat. Kalaf)
    2. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Ãgni
    3. Dengue Dengue Dengue - El Cavilante (feat. Sara Van & Mikongo)

    Side B:
    4. Dengue Dengue Dengue - DecajÃ"n (feat. Prisma & Martin Boder)
    5. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Coimú Gqoimú
    6. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Coyurriti

    Side C:
    7. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Llæ
    8. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Jarana y Tundete
    9. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Banyuwangi

    Side D:
    10. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Pacos (feat. Prisma)
    11. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Guayabo
    12. Dengue Dengue Dengue - Lagos
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