Focus on this week's projects with Francis Lai, Molécule, Tha Trickaz, Mad Tribe and Free the Robots!
In the wake of A Man and a Woman, whose original soundtrack revealed Francis Lai to the world in 1966, the composer immersed himself with delight in the rhythms of his times, surfing on a psychedelic tsunami of white-hot Jerks and Shakes. With high-tension brass, diabolical rhythms and snatches of cousins in Carnaby Street, here we have a certain idea of pop à la française. And the Music’s brilliant colours sparkle with the skilled arranging of the great Christian Gaubert. Do you like listening to Francis Lai? Now you can dance with him.
Molécule's new project is inspired by surfing and the sea. The "field-recording" expert rubbed shoulders with the most frightening wave in the world in Nazaré, Portugal. An EP composed from the sounds of the ocean, the fear of surfers of big waves and strong emotions that the musician could feel facing this water wall of more than 20 m.
Mad Tribe - Vinyl Fetish
In the astonishing realism of 3-Dimensions
45 RPM Vinyl on flourescent yellow with black splatters & Holographic sleeve.
Side A - Vinyl Fetish 148 BPM
Side B - Living Stereo 146 BPM
Mad Tribe - Indulging your fetish for Vinyl
No animals were harmed during the making of this record
Datu’ is the name given to the ruling head of a clan or tribe during ancient, pre-colonial times of the Philippines. Colonization, cultural amnesia, and the reshaping of Philippine culture throughout generations have me and countless others almost completely disconnected from our roots. With no knowledge of what stories exist in the physical reality of my bloodline, the concept behind this album is my way of reconnecting with my ancestry in the spiritual realm of the creative flow state.