REDEEM DOWNLOAD CODE

Enter the download code you received with your purchase to claim your downloads. Keep in mind many mobile devices don't have built in support for opening ZIP files; you may want to download on a computer.


LOGIN

Login with your existing account.

CREATE ACCOUNT

Create an account to purchase items.

Passwords must be at least 6 characters

Rubber Orchestras
2XLP $24.35

11/08/2011  

HS 048 VL 


***Born in Trinidad and based in UK since 20 years, ANTHONY JOSEPH is one of the UK's most exciting and innovative voices, poet, novelist, musician and lecturer. “The idea for ‘Rubber Orchestras’ was inspired by some lines by the surrealist poet Ted Joans. A spark went off inside my head when I read them. I knew immediately that this poem summed up everything I wanted to do with my poetry—a kind of flexible meaning, a mutant style based on spontaneous language. Like rubber!.” Anthony has called on the talents of producer MALCOLM CATTO, drummer and lead singer with THE HELIOCENTRICS. The decisive presence of the producer isn’t the only new ingredient in the retro-futurist blend, which combines raw jazz and deep soul, black rock and Afrobeat, soca funk and free swing… This is no backward-looking revival or sterile fusion; this grand mix gives a new and modern perspective to all these musical styles. There are other guests on Rubber Orchestras, as the singer JASNETT LINDO but also JERRY DAMMERS, the legendary founder of THE SPECIALS took to the controls to arrange and enhance a visionary and revolutionary poem, the iconic suite called “Generations.”

Related Items

Bent Arcana

(Color) Live Zebulon
Castle Face

Lost Sounds

Black Wave
Fdh

Groop

Groop
Mock

New Bomb Turks

Pissing Out The Poison
Crypt

Mountain Goats

In League With Dragons
Merge

Dixon, Kyle & Michael Stein

Stranger Things Vol. 1 (collector's Edition)
Lakeshore

Gonzalez, Chilly

Unspeakable Chilly Gonzalez
Heavenly Sweetness

Washington, RA / Jah Nada

In Search of Our Father's Garden
Astral Spirits

Villa Abo

Magnetic Moves
Dark Entries