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PenyaSuper Liminal

Label:On The Corner Records – OTCRLP003
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Mini-Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Jazz, Folk, World, & Country
Style:African

Tracklist

A1Search It Out (Reboot)
A2Iyesá
A3Why So Angry
FeaturingDaisho
A4Karachi (What Could Have Been)
B1Cham Bomb
B2Beat Your Demon
B3Tribes
B4Rootless (Part II)
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Love N Elbowgrease; J-Buck, Agata,Fra & Lexus
All Rights Death An Taxes 2017

Repressed in an edition of 300 copies in March 2020.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, hand-etched): OTCRLP 003 A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, hand-etched): OTCRLP 003 B MPO

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Super Liminal (LP, Mini-Album, Repress)On The Corner RecordsOTCRLP003UK2020

Reviews

WhitestepMusic's avatar
For all digi/hybrid djs out there, the second part of Cham Bomb is an insane percussion workout tool. I've been using 2/3 track mixes with it and the floor goes off! This record goes well with José Manuel and José Márquez, very similar vibes.

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DjNovaNovaPlanet's avatar
Free ticket percussive journey around the Afro Cuban Latin jazz world. World music dance floor weapon. Cables and keyboards are around, impressive vocals as well and all gently balanced with the drums. Fantastic artwork as always. Unique connection of Afrobeat and Cuban music on ‘’Search It Out’’ and ‘’Iyesa’’. Indian influences on ‘’Why So Angry’’ and ''Karachi'' (what could of been) are totally a hybrid of organic techno. Electried ‘’Tribes’’ weirdness is blowing up my mind. And ‘’Iyesa’’ and ‘’Rootless (part 2)’’ can set this LP on record collection next to Will Holland’s ones.