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Nahawa Doumbia - Nahawa Doumbia Edits
Nahawa Doumbia
Nahawa Doumbia Edits
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Sterns Edits)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Electronic / Dance
The sixth edition of the Sterns Edits series sees label head Ben Gomori and rising star Tom Jay tackle two big tracks by Malian singer Nahawa Doumbia.
Hailing from the Wassoulou region of Mali — which has produced many other stars, not least Oumou Sangaré — Nahawa has been a significant force since the late 1980s, when Sterns Africa first combined and released the Syllart-produced albums 'Didadi' and 'Nyama Toutou'. It is from these albums that Gomori has picked two of the biggest, most joyous tracks for he and Jay to work on.
'Sigi Sele' soars with its rousing horn section and Doumbia's impassioned vocal, and makes for excellent dancefloor material. Gomori's main edit keeps the majority of the original intact, chunking it up gently in all the necessary places. His Disco Dub edit hones in on the guitars and trumpets for something more groove-oriented. Tom Jay's rework of 'Djina Mousso' is similarly respectful, coaxing it onto the contemporary house music dancefloor with the minimum of fuss or excess.
DJessou Mory Kante / Orchestra Baobab - Denya / Sibou Odia Ben Gomori Edits
DJessou Mory Kante / Orchestra Baobab
Denya / Sibou Odia Ben Gomori Edits
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Sterns Edits)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 15.11.2019
Ben Gomori delivers another two carefully-crafted reworks for Sterns Edits, both tried and tested to ensure maximum dancefloor impact.
Guinean guitar master Djessou Mory Kante's blistering style makes for propulsive dancefloor material when paired with a chunked-up house rhythm, with Gomori utilising the stems available to add subtle FX trickery to the intricate melodics of the original. The whole affair builds and rolls in incessant fashion, with another riveting bassline mirroring and counterbalancing the main motifs.
The wild sounds of Senagelese legends Orchestra Baobab's nine-minute-odyssey 'Sibou Odia' is a formidable piece of work that shows the band's stunning musicianship in fine style. With only the original track to work from and no stems, Gomori hones in on the sections where the groove is dominant and the raucous solos potently cut through. The skanking rhythms are intact, with a huge bassline pushing the proceedings forward throughout.
Segun Adewale - Segun Adewale Ben Gomori & SMBD Edits
Segun Adewale
Segun Adewale Ben Gomori & SMBD Edits
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Sterns Edits)
9,89 €* 10,99 € -10%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The 4th edition in the acclaimed Sterns Edits series sees curator Ben Gomori open up the Sterns Music catalogue to other keen re-editors — with Brownswood / Worldwide genius SMBD (aka Simbad) the first to step up to the plate.
Nigeria's Segun Adewale is sometimes referred to as the 'crown prince' of jùjú music, but in the 1980s he developed a sound all of his own, which he called yo-pop. A mixture of jùjú, funk, reggae, Afrobeat and jazz, its vibrant melange can be heard on his 1986 record 'Ojo Je', where both these originals are taken from. SMBD delivers too superb flips of the title track — a gritty funk-fuelled 'Disco' version with live bass, and a deliciously deep dub-house version. Gomori, meanwhile, takes the haunting 'Atewo-Lara Ka Tepa Mo'se' for an extended hypnotic, tribal trip.
The stunning artwork comes from Kofi Ankobra, the son of radical white South Africans who grew up in Ghana and studied art at Oshogbo, Nigeria — the place Adewale himself was born.
Sterns Edits is an official collaboration between African music stalwarts Sterns Music and London's Ben Gomori.
Balla Et Ses Balladins - The Syliphone Years Ben Gomori Edits
Balla Et Ses Balladins
The Syliphone Years Ben Gomori Edits
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Sterns Edits)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Sterns Edits returns after their well received and recently repressed Amadou Balaké excursions, this time with Ben Gomori turning his hand to Guinea for a third instalment in the series of re-works from the Sterns Music catalogue of African gems.
Balla et ses Balladins were one of Guinea's national 'orchestras' formed as a result of the newly elected President, Sékou Touré's 'authenticité' policy of the early 1960s, which sought to promote Guinea's cultural identity following independence from France in 1958.
Gomori takes the scalpel to two cuts recorded during their years on the state-run Syliphone label, making good use of bandleader Balla's lively trumpet playing. The gently haunting 'Nyo' is taken on a stomping slo-mo chug with a head-nodding bassline and stuttering FX creating a shimmering effect on the tropical guitars, while the rousing horns of 'Wilikabo' are laid over with rasping synth bass for a punchy juxtaposition.
Sterns Edits is an official collaboration between African music stalwarts Sterns Music and London's Ben Gomori.
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