NATURAL by IVAN MAMÃO CONTI & GRASSMASS

SKU117518
ArtistIVAN MAMÃO CONTI & GRASSMASS
TitleNATURAL
LabelNEW DAWN
Catalog #ND 007
Genre
ReleaseW 36 - 2021
FormatVinyl - EU12''
EAN Barcode3481575482021
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Tracks

  1. a mina
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/n/nd_007_a_mina_caatinga/master_nd007_a_mina_a1.mp3
  2. caatinga
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/n/nd_007_a_mina_caatinga/master_nd007_caatinga_b1.mp3

Description

(RH Record of the week review at the bottom of this text)

Legendary master drummer Ivan ‘Mamão’ Conti teams up with Brazilian producer grassmass on two experimental funk monsters of the highest order that perfectly illustrate the Azymuth founding member’s constant desire to push his signature sound towards the future. 

Recife born/São Paulo based bass player, producer and founder of experimental label UIVO Records Rodrigo Coelho aka grassmass is not only a long time collaborator with influential names like Naná Vasconcelos, Arto Lindsay and Ivan Conti “Mamão”, but also hosts projects with some of today's brazilian edgiest talents Negro Leo and Thiago Nassif. Advanced Brazilian music on Rush Hour's sister label New Dawn.
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Rush Hour Store Record of the week W35:

Here’s a record we’re all exceptionally proud of at Rush Hour: ‘Natural’ by legendary master drummer Ivan ‘Mamão’ Conti and Recife born, São Paulo based bass player and producer grassmass (yes, that lowercase is intentional) on our sister label New Dawn.

Having already worked with big names like Naná Vasconcelos and Arto Lindsay while simultaneously hosting projects with some of today's brazilian edgiest talents like Negro Leo and Thiago Nassif grassmass (real name Rodrigo Coelho), who also runs the experimental UIVO imprint, is the perfect match for the Azymuth founding member.

‘A Mina’ and ‘Caatinga’ are both prime examples of Mamão’s constant desire to move forward, despite being in the game for more than half a century - a desire that’s perfectly illustrated by these two experimental funk monsters. Both tracks display the Brazilian maestro’s unrivaled skill level and irrepressible penchant to keep things funky while steadily pushing his signature sound towards the future. No one can stop Ivan ‘Mamão’ Conti. (RO) ⁣

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