julian de silva
My Djembe loves all your music. Looking forward to seeing you guys at Whirl y Fayre. Feel free to join me for a drum if you have time, I will have spares!
Favorite track: Obsidian Beats (David Starfire Remix).
This is every bit as good as I thought it would be. Definitely does justice to the originals. Good variety in the styles and excellent production top to bottom! You will definitely be hearing these on my podcast (The Afterglow) in the coming months. waynebo.podbean.com
A Collection of fresh remixes for 2016 from a stellar cast of remixers including: GAUDI, DESERT DWELLERS, LUKE MANDALA, EVIL OIL MAN, DAVID STARFIRE, GUMI, ZEN BABOON, MASTER MARGHERITA, GNOMES OF KUSH, D-ECHO PROJECT, TOR,MA IN DUB, TRIPSWITCH, KUKAN DUB LAGAN, BWOY DE BHAJAN, MASHTI & POLYESTA.
As a bandcamp bonus The main remixes will be accompanied by an exclusive 'Zen Balloon' ambient edit of the Zen Baboon Remix, plus Itay Berger's Full Length (extra punchy) mix of Shifting Sands (Kukan Dub Lagan Remix) & Saranghi Breaks as remixed by Mashti & Polyesta.
An 80 minute Continuous Mixset is also included here for your listening pleasure.
Featuring the awesome re-imagined cover art re-workings of Nick Edell, (Interchill Graphics Supremo & Label DJ)
"...& So It Goes" was the 3rd full length album from Kaya Project. Focused on more acoustic instrumentation than the previous albums, “…& So It Goes” is an exotic tapestry of slide guitar, klezmer clarinet (played by Susi Evans) , classical Indian violin (Deepak Pandit) and Arabic mowals fused with tribal percussion, breakbeats and Gypsy jazz. Laced with Seb's signature guitar work & Natasha's keyboards, dreamlike vocals and flute, the album also featured a range of vocal contributions from the likes of Deeyah, Randolph Matthews, Irina Mikhailova, Florence Comment and others. Taking the unmistakable Kaya Project sound to new levels, Seb and Natasha artfully created a warm and timeless musical experience, leaving the listener plenty of delectable elements to savor.
supported by 148 fans who also own “So It Was (...& So It Goes Remixed)”
this album really shows decades of musical mastery, lovingly crafted and intricately refined. every sound encountered on this journey is crystal clean, through the chilled but gripping beginning, the eccentric middle, and the finale composed of pure joy. and while its beauty wasn't immediately obvious to me, it grows on every listen pot
supported by 131 fans who also own “So It Was (...& So It Goes Remixed)”
This album is a bit more subtle than the others. At the time of its release i didn't really pay attention to it. But i came back with new eyes and ears and it blew my mind. It's actually up there with "Are you shpongled". Fabulous production! usling