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4 Hero, Play With The Changes, Album Review


4 Hero
Play With The Changes
Milan
Released In The Uk
Album Review

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4 Hero, Play With The Changes, Album Review


4 Hero
Play With The Changes
Album Review

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4 Hero, Brazilika, Album Review


4 Hero
Brazilika
Album Review


If your own personal Heaven/ Nirvana/ Valhalla is an imaginary land where west London and Brazil meet, this is the album for you, as combinations of traditional live Brazilian sounds and more electronics-based broken beat meet over fifteen pieces of Brazilian wax.
There is an idea that 'world music', (i.e. non Anglo-American based music) rewards the listener with an urbane, exotic air. You can barely see the wood for the trees in the broadsheets - if it's not African blues, Balkan gypsy-punk, baille funk or whatever's flavour of the afternoon, you're less likely to read about it. But despite this alleged intellectual value, music such as that on this CD is actually quite simple - skittery drum patterns, lots of 'baa bba de daas' and pleasant instrumentation which will grooves in a cycle for a few minutes.

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