More Africa in Us
Eccodek's 'More Africa in Us' blends voices from Rwanda and Mali, ethnic and urban grooves, the Mongolian erhu's mournful melodies with electronic textures in a dub mix. Influenced by Bill Laswell, Kruder and Dorfmeister, Thievery Corporation and African Head Charge, it is a seductive musical postcard. Eccodek's 2nd album is by Canadian producer and remixer Andrew McPherson, a member of the US chart topping, electro-jazz project four80east and remixer for Iceland's gusgus, Ireland's Andy White, Canada's Jane Siberry, Philosopher Kings, Natalie MacMaster and Seattle's Pigeonhed. Recent Press 'One of the most outstanding contemporary dub albums to come out of this country.' -eye Magazine (Toronto) 'The overall hypnosis is thoroughly enjoyable...like Frederic Galliano accomplished with his 'African Divas'' -Global Rhythm Magazine (NYC) 'McPherson's dub smarts...grooves are immense.' -Now Magazine (Toronto) '...An ethereal, atmospheric, global soundtrack.' -Toronto Star (Toronto) 'Along the lines of Bill Laswell's better work...sumptuous sonic stew.' -The Record 'This is a very good disc.' -Exclaim! (Toronto)
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