AFRICAN ACID IS THE FUTURE

AMBIANCE I (INC. DAUWD / WOLFONACID REMIXES)

The Vinyl Factory

VF292

AFRICAN ACID IS THE FUTURE

AMBIANCE I (INC. DAUWD / WOLFONACID REMIXES)

The Vinyl Factory

VF292

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ARTIST
AFRICAN ACID IS THE FUTURE
TITLE
AMBIANCE I (INC. DAUWD / WOLFONACID REMIXES)
LABEL
The Vinyl Factory
CAT NO.
VF292
FORMAT
2 x 12"
RELEASE DATE
    16/11/2018
TERRITORY
Worldwide
BARCODE
5060438880785
GENRE
Acid House Afrobeat Experimental Live Music
FEATURING
African Acid Is The Future Dauwd Ogoya Nengo & The Dodo Women Stella Chiweshe Wolfonacid
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Ogoya Nengo & The Dodo Women- Dala Ma Siaya (Living Room Session)
  2. A2. Ogoya Nengo & The Dodo Women- Okana Tali (Living Room Session)
  3. B1. Stella Chiweshe- Bird Song (Live im Funkhaus)
  4. B2. Stella Chiweshe- Inner Voice (Live im Funkhaus)
  5. C1. Stella Chiweshe- Bird Song (Dauwd Wired Re-Bird)
  6. C2. Stella Chiweshe- Bird Song (Wolfonacid Tribe’s Remix)
  7. D1. Ogoya Nengo & The Dodo Women- Dala Ma Siaya (Wolfonacid Spring Remix)

SALES NOTES

Berlin-based collective African Acid Is The Future inaugurates its new label partnership with The Vinyl Factory by releasing the first in a three-part 2×12″ series Ambiance.

The first instalment, Ambiance I, captures two extraordinary live performances in Berlin, backed by remixes from AAITF members Dauwd and Wolfonacid on the second 12″.

The live performances feature Kenyan dodo singer Ogoya Mengo & The Dodo Women, and the woman once described as Zimbabwe’s mbira queen Stella Chiweshe. The former was recorded live in Romain’s Azzaro apartment, while Chiweshe’s performance was captured in front of an enraptured crowd at Berlin’s iconic Funkhaus venue.

* Featuring Kenyan singer Ogoya Nengo and “the queen of mbira” Stella Chiweshe
* 2 x 12″ 180g heavyweight vinyl includes in a gatefold sleeve
* Includes printed inner and outer sleeves and an African Acid Is The Future booklet
* Artwork by Louis Vignat
* Vinyl edition of 500

Published: 16th October 2018

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