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Rauchestra

  • Artists Dutty Moonshine, Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer, Scubaroots, JFB, Kitten & The Hip
  • Release Date 2012-07-13
  • Labels ChinChin Records
  • Catalog AC2082
  • $5.96
  • Description This EP is the 1st Volume of who knows how many! The idea behind the series, is that each song is a collaboration with another artist - so that every track has influences from other genres and personal styles. Jazz took influences from everywhere creating sounds such as Swing, Bossa Nova, Be-Bop and Gypsy Jazz so why shouldn't this new movement of Electro Swing also harness the popular sounds of a new generation of music lovers. On just this EP you can hear a wide scope of influences: * JFB brought his bass heavy ghetto funk vibes and DMC titles to the table with "Move Ya". * Scubaroots, a festival band of Funk, Ska and DnB helped create a feel good sunny circusy Swing vibe in "Elephant in the Room". * The pioneer of Chap-Hop Mr B the Gentleman Rhymer, with a background in 90's Big Beat, influenced the sound of "Fancy a Tipple" in a way not done before in this ever growing scene. * Kitten and the Hip helped keep the sound more familiar to Electro Swing fans with "Gypsytronic" but wow what a sound, gypsy synths..... Dutty Moonshine started of as one of the UK's first Electro Swing acts but with a background in many arts prior to this such as graphic design, circus, dance and of course musical experiences in other styles such as funk and DnB, remaining a standard Electro Swing act was never going to happen. Their style reflects the love of fun, the live sets performed on 4 decks and a mic, can take you on a bpm journey of 100 to 210, classic acapella's accompanied by modern day synths soaked in bass with a healthy splashing of crowd participation, high energy performing and of course a running constant of vintage audio mean that Dutty Moonshine after 2 years of non-stop gigging have only just begun....

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