May 6, 2016 23:00
Grant Marshall a.k.a. Daddy G can be considered as spiritus rector of what has historically become known as the “Bristol Sound“. It´s that laid back sound that breathes dub, reggae, funk, disco and hip hop, represented by protagonists like Massive Attack, Smith & Mighty, Tricky and Portishead. A sound that left its global traces for more than one and a half decades.
And Daddy G is its spiritus rector because he was one of the founders of the Wild Bunch Sound System, out of which later Massive Attack emerged.
His compilation for the “DJ-Kicks“ series, which has obtained a great success in 2004, is an excellent example of his sound spectrum: reggae and dub as a foundation, but also soul and vintage funk, deep house, to dubstep and a lot of Massive Attack.
Numa Crew, Ckrono & Slesh e LSWR sono tre realtà musicali fiorentine che condividono da anni il progetto artistico Voodoo Rebel, di cui presentano l’ultima creatura: “Senegambia”.
Un melting pot di musica elettronica e samples arrivati direttamente dall’Africa, tra canti baye fall, mora, djembé, sostenuti da suoni di batteria 808 e sintetizzatori.
Numa Crew, Ckrono & Slesh and LSWR are three Florentine musical realities that share for years the artistic project Voodoo Rebel, of which they present the latest creation: “Senegambia”.
A melting pot of electronics and samples coming from Africa, including baye fall songs, mora, djembé, mixed with 808 drum sounds and synthesizers.