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Nenor - Future Ancestor
Future Ancestor
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Sol Power Sound)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For its first release of 2019, Sol Power Sound is pleased to welcome back Nenor -- formally Obas Nenor-- to the label family. Since his now-classic Color Soul EP on Sol Power Sound back in 2015, Nenor has gone on to release a string of hugely successful EPs on Heist, Whiskey Disco, and on his own imprint, Nenorion Music.
With the Future Ancestor EP, Nenor revisits the African-inspired textures that made the Color Soul EP unforgettable, but ventures further into the subterranean reaches. On "Tike Ye Ya Kende", Nenor teams up with Congolese-born vocalist Natalie Wamba for a rousing dancefloor heat-rock, with pulsing marimbas and hazy synths.
V.A. - Tambours de Martinique
Tambours de Martinique
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Sol Power Sound)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For its seventh offering, Sol Power Sound taps into the pulse of the French Antilles for Tambours de Martinique, a blistering EP of original and remixed versions of rare, drum-centric dance floor workouts. Licensed directly from the legendary Martiniquan label Hibiscus Records, the EP features cuts by Eugène Mona and Max Ransay, two of Martinique's most storied musicians. With reworks by Spanish DJ and producer Kiko Navarro and the Sol Power All-Stars, this one will be in the record bags of discerning DJs all summer long.
The A side features 'Lizo' by Eugène Mona, an essential figure in the folkloric music of Martinique based on the bamboo flute, bèlè drums, and the island's specific variant of Antillean creole. Lizo was originally released in 1990 on Mona's Blanc Mangé Blan Manjé? LP and is anchored by frenetic percussion, a driving bassline, and house-evocative key stabs. Kiko Navarro's remix takes an already dynamic cut to deep Afro-space with thumping drums and a bubbling synth-bass groove that will put dancers through their paces.
With its powerful combo of urgent brass and ensemble vocals, Max Ransay's 1988 recording of the traditional Martiniquan folk song 'Ti Kanno' fills the B-side. 'Ti Kanno' was previously recorded by Ti Émile, Ransay and Mona's legendary forebear. Full of surprises, Ransay's version is a sonic melting pot of hand percussion, horns, unexpected synth lines, and bass. The Sol Power All-Stars edit fills out the low-end thump and teases out the groove for maximum impact.
Sol Power All-Stars - Special Features
Sol Power All-Stars
Special Features
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Sol Power Sound)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Sol Power Sound adds to a string of hot 2019 releases with the Special Features EP by the Sol Power All-Stars, featuring remixes by DJ Spinna and LA's Caserta.
The lead track, Don't You Let Go, features the project's centerpiece, DC-based vocalist Kenny Wesley. His agile tenor swoops and dances over a soulful, multi-layered, dubby excursion. An accomplished songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Wesley's career has significant milestones in the jazz, pop, and progressive soul worlds. We're excited for him to step into the dance music lane with us.
We asked DJ Spinna (one of our musical heroes… but isn't he everyone's?) for a Galactic Soul treatment and he delivered inna signature Spinna style, that’ll make you b-line to the dancefloor.
Caserta took it classic NYC (with a lil UKG) on his Caserta's At Work flip. Let the record work through the build, the gospel-esque break down, and then open up into a piano and vibes solo. Patience is a virtue, especially with a peak time slapper like this.
If there is such a thing as a keyboard battle track, Number One Station is it. It features New Orleans-based synth wizard Daniel Meinecke over a broken afrobeat-inspired track, letting all his axes get busy. Trust us, you don't want to step to him (that's also Daniel you hear on Don't You Let Go).
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