Welcome to this week’s run down of physical releases shipping from the Kudos warehouse.
Multi-talented musician and Moons’ singer-songwriter Jennifer Souza presents her second solo album. With a sound palette that moves from Brazilian song to jazz, from melancholic folk to indie rock with multiple and unexpected instrumentation, Pacífica Pedra Branca reveals a musical geography that is highly unique to the artist, one of the most exciting names on the Brazilian music scene today.
Work Money Death‘s The Space In Which The Uncontrollable Unknown Resides Can Be The Place From Which Creation Arises is now available on cassette for the first time. Petter Eldh‘s explosive ensemble Koma Saxo continues their adventures with a new album Koma West. The feel good song Everytime from the album Serendipity” by Lisa Decker & Japanese Jazz trio Nautilus gets the Pat Van Dyke treatment plus a special appearance by South Bronx born emcee John Robinson aka Lil Sci of the legendary east coast group ScienZ of Life. The Jazz Defenders drop their second album King Phoenix for Haggis Records.
Amphior, aka. Mathias Hammerstrøm makes his return with a new collection of melancholic and enchanting tracks on his latest full-length album, Another Presence. The Helicon Sessions from Equations Collective was recorded in a temporary outdoor recording studio, 1130 meters above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Helicon in Greece. Finally available on vinyl after some delay is Mattering And Meaning from London-based keyboardist/producer Dan Nicholls (of Y-OTIS).
From Italy’s NBI, we have an offering of warm acidic old-school techno and Balearic downbeat. One of the most playful and prolific producers in the electro game, Fleck E.S.C, delivers his second EP for CPU in the form of Rough Silk.
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