The second release on our label is about to get out there. I had the pleasure to lock down singer Earl 16 when he came to Tenerife for a show awhile back. I shot the video while in London a few months back, and Alejandro Oñate put in the time to piece the video together. This track is backed with a LV remix of a ‘Abantu’ by the Mighty Zulu Nation. I think it was September 20o1 that we hooked up for the first time, Fun’da’mental toured with this crew, a twelve strong choir from South Africa. I remember seeing them for the first time, at soundcheck for a show we did at Cargo in London; their voices rose majestically over our beats…my mouth was wide open, but no words would come.
FDM Director of Operations, Aki Nawaz went on to produce an album for them, hence how I got my hands on the acapella. Pleased to finally make this remix public. For the record, it will be released July 21st, and is available via my bandcamp site, here. XLR8R review of the original Mighty Zulu Nation album can be read here, Aki did a great job.
The Mighty Zulu Nation album on iTunes
; Bazaar feat. Earl 16</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/earconditioning”>Ear
Conditioning</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>
Blah blah blah en español.
Entrevista completa del proyecto KingLMan, entre otras cosas, en Diario de Avisos
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Are you tired of dj’ing with a laptop or cd?
Get to vinylrecorder.com, give them 3200€ and problem solved, cut your own wax.
As a label, this is our first thing.
Big thanks to Earl 16, Javier Afonso for his creative ills, Rubén ´Liquid´Fernandéz for the bends and aerodynamics, Richard at Espacio Cultural El Tanque, Pura, Harjinder, The Queen, Lazaro Wheels.
As I have mentioned previously, the first record on our label is out soon. Earl 16 is doing the vocals for KingLMan.
Fact Magazine are hosting an exclusive online listening session of the flipside, LV‘s remix of ‘Abantu’ by The Mighty Zulu Nation.
Artwork by Mo Schwiransky.
More as it happens.
We are releasing a record, as in a vinyl record, we must be mad.
No, we´re just passionate about something.
The first record features King L Man, with Earl 16 singing.
The song is called ¨Vultures´Bazaar¨
King L Man is juvenile in name, but not in manner.
It´s my molotov cocktail.
The flip-side has LV remixing ‘Abantu’ by The Mighty Zulu Nation.
Abantu is the title of their album that Aki Nawaz of Fun-da-mental produced in 2004.
The first record will be released end of next month, via Nation Records
We are preparing to release an album by Socos Dúo, they play chello and marimba
We hope to avoid the crevice of being pigeonholed, don´t like pigeons.
Grenouille are in the final stages of recording their album too.
We are amp´d.
More as it happens.