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Boureima Disco et le Super Bonkaney
Zarma-language music from Niger with that tell-tale melodic shape and Sahelian rhythmic lilt plus, crucially, additional left-field electronic quirks. Let it set you on a specific kind of new path to polyrhythmic greatness. Long workouts layering ostinatos, what I adore about Tendé music. Give me more. The mystery track is next level. Here’s more info on this tape.
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I was wondering what’s involved in using one of your tracks on a surf / skate video we filmed in Sri Lanka recently?
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Editorial use with a Corona beer logo at the start and end of video.
Very nice, remembers me of Zani Diabate, we had a car and one tape in a large desert, infinite!
This album is AWESOME! Such a cool vibe, and mesmerizing groove. THANKS FOR THIS!