ReviewsReviews forthcoming in DJ/IDJ/Blues and Soul and One Week to Live“This really is unique and stands beyond anything else musically rightnow!' Yam Who“As always IG quality thru and thru” Daz I Kue (Bugz in the Attic)RADIO SUPPORT FROM: BENJI B (1XTRA), TOSHIO MATSURRA, TRU THOUGHTS RADIOTracklisting12" Vinyl Single (FARO119)Banda Utopia feat. Sabrina Malheiros (IG Culture with John Robinson) - The Wave (Science Jazz and Politics Remix)Banda Utopia feat. Sabrina Malheiros (IG Culture with John Robinson) - The Wave (Science Jazz Instrumental)Banda Utopia feat. Sabrina Malheiros (IG Culture with John Robinson) - The Wave (Science Jazz Remix)Banda Utopia feat. Sabrina Malheiros (IG Culture with John Robinson) - The Wave (The Plan Mix)
The Wave (IG Culture Remixes with John Robinson)
Alex Malheiros & Banda Utopia feat. Sabrina Malheiros
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Alex Malheiros & Banda Utopia - "TheWave"Casiokids - "Dresinen"Cold Cave - "Life Magazine"Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - "Jump Around"Foals - "This Orient"GOOSE - "Black Gloves"Jupiter - "Vox Populi"Spector - "Elektrify"Sub Focus - "Rock It"The Chemical Brothers - "Swoon"
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The latest 12” pressure on Far Out Recordings comes straight out of Rio de Janeiro, via London Town and New York City. IG Culture provides the production injecting a serious hip – hop edge to proceedings with more twists and turns than a New York Subway train. The original session was recorded in Rio De Janeiro with Alex Malheiros (Azymuth) providing the musical backbone. Guest vocals on the track were provided by daughter Sabrina Malheiros with Dave Brinkworth (Harmonic 33) on production. The original’s cosmic sound was inspired by Harry Whitaker’s ‘Black Renaissance’ (1976) – a spiritual jazz journey of a record which aptly, was one of the first albums to feature rapping. Originally Far Out commissioned IG Culture to do a re-edit but after he laid down his magic he realised he had enough material to turn in 4 mixes. IG sent the track to over to John Robinson in New York, who then laid down his lyrical prowess to the themes of ‘Science, Jazz & Politics’. Step up IG!The 12” is sure to appeal to fans of jazzed-out live hip-hop in the vein of The Roots and Madlib as well as broken-beat heads eager to check out the next moves of one of the fore-fathers of the broken beat movement.