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The Heliocentrics — Quatermass Sessions 1

The Heliocentrics — Quatermass Sessions 1

                   The Heliocentrics — Quatermass Sessions 1
Location: London, UK
Album release: December 9, 2013
Genre: Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
Record Label: Now Again Records
Duration:     17:32
01 Intro     0:29
02 The Five Thing     2:29
03 Thunder & Lightning     1:21
04 Noises and Conversations     1:18
05 Tomorrow Today     1:59
06 Primitiovos     1:39
07 Something Bad a Coming     1:47
08 Outer Realms     5:28
09 Outro     1:02
♦ο   Malcom Catto : drums
♦ο   Jake Ferguson : bass
♦ο   Jack Yglesias : percussion, flute
♦ο   Oliver Parfitt : keyboards
♦ο   Adrian Owusu : guitar
♦ο   Tom Hodges : electronics
♦ο   Just B (Barbora Patkova): vocals
♦ο   and many more friends ...
♦ο   Heliocentrics Quatermass Sessions 1 EP available now via Now~Again Deluxe and on vinyl.
Product description:
♦ο   Returning after their 13 Degrees of Reality album with a full on volley of psychedelic~funk songs first heard on Gaslamp Killer’s HELIO X GLK EP, the Heliocentrics offer nine tracks that Rolling Stone describe as  “…sprawling, with percussive patterns that suddenly morph into extraterrestrial sound blasts and opaque, detouring patterns.”  We couldn’t have said it better. This is the kind of EP that you would happily welcome as an album — and, you know what, in the future you might: as the title hints, this is probably only the beginning of The Heliocentrics’ excavations into the sonic experiments they entered into for years at their recently vacated Quatermass Studios.
Label: http://www.nowagainrecords.com/
MySpace: https://myspace.com/heliocentrics
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Heliocentrics/159461737458324
Gen. dir. management : Antoine Rajon
Nate Patrin; Score: 7.6/http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/10842-out-there/
♦ο   Two long players in the space of 12 months? 2013 really has been a great year to be a Heliocentrics fan. While Now Again appear to be filing this under ‘EP’, with nine tracks and an alluringly cyclical intro/outro narrative it’s so much more than your conventional extended player. Highlights abound throughout this fuzzy, far~away psychedelic session but the distorted bass runs and muffled moaning guitars is a cosmic jam of Woodstockian proportions while “Thunder & Lightning” takes the dark art of reverberation to a whole a new spaced~out level. Press play and prepare to be consumed.
Artist Biography by Michael G. Nastos
♦ο   Hailing from the United Kingdom, the youth~oriented ensemble the Heliocentrics are hard to pigeonhole, though some have dubbed them a contemporary acid jazz band. Led by drummer Malcolm Catto, the band straddles hip~hop, funk, modern creative jazz, psychedelic electronica, and world musics. They acknowledge as influences James Brown, Elvin Jones, David Axelrod, Sun Ra, Ennio Morricone, Stark Reality, and Joyride. Madlib and Yesterday’s New Quintet have prominently used Catto's drumming and sampled sounds. The full nonet includes Catto on drums and piano; Jake Ferguson on bass and Thai guitar; Mike Burnham on modular synthesizers and effects; Jack Yglesias on flute, percussion, and santur; Adrian Owusu on guitars, oud, and percussion; James Arben on clarinet and tenor and baritone saxophones; Ray Carless on alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones; Max Weissenfeldt on vibes and percussion; and Khadijatou Silcott~Fraser (K2 Wordplay) on vocals. The Heliocentrics have backed DJ Shadow, Ethiopian musician Mulatu Astatke on Strut’s Inspiration Information, Vol. 3 in 2009, and American poet/activist Melvin Van Peebles. The group has issued the single “Distant Star,” Out There featuring Karen P and Karl Injex on LP and CD, and “Sirius B” with Percee P and Doom. In 2010 the Heliocentrics issued Fallen Angels: The Singles Collection in Japan and Lloyd Miller & the Heliocentrics, their collaboration (also on Strut) with multi~instrumentalist and and Middle Eastern jazz innovator Dr. Lloyd Miller. They didn't issue another recording until 2013, when they re~emerged with 13 Degrees of Reality on the Stones Throw imprint Now~Again.

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