Afro-Bass

Debruit/Spatio Temporel

 

A diverse and engaging journey through dbruits incredible array of rhythms and influences. Armed with his synths hes takes his beats to Africa via LA, France, Persia and the future. Combining African Yoruba, Nigerian Highlife, Persian Funk, Congolese Electronics, Vocoded Ouest Coast vocals and international Thoroughbred Synths with dbruits jack-knifing riddims, booby trapped syncopation and bass heavy collisions.

dbruit has, his Summer 09 sell out Lets Post Funk 3D EP generated a raft of support from the global Hip Hop, Beat and Dub fraternities and this, his 2nd Release for Civil Music, cements his Beat Konducta status. in "149 Dalston Airline" dbruit warms rich synths and modifies the traditional percussion of the West African Yoruba People with funky bass and vocoded synths. In Nigeria What its the unique Yoruba vocal style thats get the treatment along side more African Highlife style shaped guitar. (The Yoruba constitute around 30 million individuals throughout West Africa and are found predominantly in Nigeria)

In "KO Debout" the African variety continues, reprocessed Congolese Mbira/Kalimba Thumb Pianos combine with dbruits synths and beats. Extreme groove, pulsing zipping bass and slaloming bee swallowing vocoded vocals make for a unique and unmistakable sound and rhythm. "Persian Funk" is just that; High reving vocoder, exponentional drumming build huge staccatos amounst the intricate programming and rhythms. Heavy slow laser funk with old school hip hop breaks booming middle eastern bop.

Look out for the 3D artwork, Videos and branding By RainbowMonkey which are being incorporated into the Live show.

Recently relocating to London UK the French Rhythm Wizard has made Europe his playground Touring his Impressive Live Show throughout the UK, France, Spain, Germany, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Russia and tearing up the festival circuit along diverse talent from Afrika Bambaataa to Rusko, Kid Cudi to Ethio Jazz legend Mulatu Astatke with features and front covers across Japan, Australia, Spain, Germany, France, Russia and the USA.

Freewheelin synthlines, looping and wobbling perfectly. Angular beats chop and synths purr wildly bass unzips seductively and African vibes spill. Unmistakable.



Item Number/
SKU: CIV012

Label: Civil Music

Genre: Afro-Bass

Format: 12EP

Level: Not in stock

Release Date: 01.26.2010

Price: $12.99

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A2.  Persian Funk

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B1.  149 Dalston Airline

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B2.  Nigeria What

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