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Antibalas - Dirty Money
Antibalas
Dirty Money
7" | 2012 | US | Original (Daptone)
7,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The first single from Antibalas’ newest and self-titled LP.
Antibalas - Antibalas
Antibalas
Antibalas
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Daptone)
16,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Born in a Brooklyn warehouse in 1997, the 12-piece ensemble credited with introducing Afrobeat to a wider global audience have played on stage and in the studio with the likes of Paul Simon, TV on the Radio, Public Enemy and Amy Winehouse, and can count the likes of David Byrne and Questlove amongst their fans. Recorded over a two-week period at Daptone's House of Soul Studios in Brooklyn with Roth at the helm, Antibalas is their fifth album but the first to be released on Daptone, which brings things full-circle for the band. Niiiiiiice!
Antibalas - Where The Gods Are In Peace
Antibalas
Where The Gods Are In Peace
CD | 2017 | US | Original (Daptone)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Preorder 15.09.2017
Antibalas’ new studio album, Where The Gods Are In Peace, is an epic Afro-Western Trilogy searching for solace from American political opportunism, greed and vengeance. Through its battle cry of resistance against exploitation and displacement, ANTIBALAS’ long-form compositions investigate oppression in 1800s America that eerily mirror the current state of the country. Three explosive original arrangements cultivate an urgent call to heal a broken system. Ultimately, the sonic excursion lands on an island where love is our first instinct. A new ideology is born opening our hearts to the possibilities of living as one unified people, where all gods are equal and together we prevail.True to traditional form, Where The Gods Are In Peace pays respect to the forefathers of Afrobeat with compositions spanning nine to 15 minutes in length. With a blessing from the Fela Kuti legacy early in the band’s career, ANTIBALAS has long been revered for re-popularizing the classic Afrobeat sound while adding their distinct New York City grit to the mix. Influences of punk rock, free jazz, and hip-hop seep into their expansive works to define a truly 21st century translation of the Afrobeat genre and beyond.
Antibalas - Where The Gods Are In Peace
Antibalas
Where The Gods Are In Peace
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Daptone)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Preorder 15.09.2017
Antibalas’ new studio album, Where The Gods Are In Peace, is an epic Afro-Western Trilogy searching for solace from American political opportunism, greed and vengeance. Through its battle cry of resistance against exploitation and displacement, ANTIBALAS’ long-form compositions investigate oppression in 1800s America that eerily mirror the current state of the country. Three explosive original arrangements cultivate an urgent call to heal a broken system. Ultimately, the sonic excursion lands on an island where love is our first instinct. A new ideology is born opening our hearts to the possibilities of living as one unified people, where all gods are equal and together we prevail.True to traditional form, Where The Gods Are In Peace pays respect to the forefathers of Afrobeat with compositions spanning nine to 15 minutes in length. With a blessing from the Fela Kuti legacy early in the band’s career, ANTIBALAS has long been revered for re-popularizing the classic Afrobeat sound while adding their distinct New York City grit to the mix. Influences of punk rock, free jazz, and hip-hop seep into their expansive works to define a truly 21st century translation of the Afrobeat genre and beyond.
Antibalas - Tattletale Parts 1 & 2
Antibalas
Tattletale Parts 1 & 2
7" | 2014 | US | Original (Daptone)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
“Tattletale” can mean many things. It can be the kid brother who tells mom and dad that you were somewhere you weren’t supposed to be. It can be a classmate telling the teacher you were chewing gum. Or, it can be the whistleblower that points out corruption, injustice and wrongdoing in a corporation, government, university, or army.
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