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brunk is Bert Vanden Berghe, DIY lowbudget homerecording, without any musical restrictions or stylistic premises. The songs on ‘sept 2003’ were made somewhere between 2000 and september 2003. It’s not easy to describe or to pigeonhole, but I guess the music brunk recorded in those days had a certain pop kitsch factor, a naïeve but eclectic touch, and tries to explore some musical boundaries in a very personal way. There are some hints and twists that point in the direction of the more experimental stuff he’s doing recently, but all in all this one shows the more melodic and accessible side of brunk.
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Guitar-centric, lo-fi, art damaged squawking ditties recorded mid 1980s, some 4-tracked, some bouncing tracks between two cassette decks, some random guitar tunings, a few vocals, including the 18 minute guitars-on-the-table take on Beefheart’s Trust Us.
Turn On, Tune In, Clear The Room.
“A loosely knitted tribute to the soundtracks from those icons of popular sleaze, the porn films”
A romantic Valentine’s gift from WM Recordings!
In 2004 the release of Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka – Porn Music For The Masses Vol. 1 on Comfortstand.com caused quite a stir. Four years later it is one of the most downloaded netlabel releases ever.
Now WM Recordings brings you a new dose of “Porn Music Magic” to swing to/by, thanks to mr_melvis, the same producer who brought you WCWC vol.1.
Twenty tunes of porn groovieness and one bonus track with a ‘Behind The Scenes’ look at the industry will be sure to titillate even the most repressed listeners. It’s time to turn those lights down low again, and get it on – Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka!
The Afrobase Show (anchored by John Warr) will feature the album by Keji Hamilton & the Exousia Band this weekend. The show will go out this coming Sunday 3rd February from 4-6pm on Juice 107.2 FM in the Brighton (UK) area and simultaneously on Juicebrighton.com.
It will then be available as a stream, anytime of the day (24 hours), for a whole
week, from Friday 8th February on Totallyradio.com.
After that week it will be archived indefinitely for access by anyone (around the world) who has a subscription to the station.
For quick access to the web shows, click on this link. (Until 8th Feb you will be listening to the previous week’s show).
The ‘Keji’ album was also featured on Newystyle Radio’s Afrobeat show (anchored by Ade) on the 26th January 08. The shows runs in the Birmingham (UK) area on 98.7 FM and is streamed live on Newstyle Radio.
“After a thirteen-year sojourn, multi-instrumentalist Keji Hamilton returns with a new album of traditional Afrobeat music. Having spent many years playing with the legendary Fela Kuti, Keji is considered one of few current musicians who plays authentic Afrobeat — fusing jazz horns and instrumentation with African percussion.
Keji includes a variety of moods and themes, ranging from social/political commentary to tunes ready for the dancefloor. If you’re new to the genre, this is a great place to start!”