charcoals ep the finger prince webber rmx
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Cat-No: hhmm-0100
Release-Date: 17.06.2016
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Release-Date: 17.06.2016
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Tracklist:
A1: Heating Up The Voyetra (feat. Clarian)
A2: Charcoals
B1: Heating Up The Voyetra (feat. Clarian) (Statue Reconstuction)
B2: Charcoals (The Finger Prince 'Webber' Version)


Short info:
The second offering on Le Temps Perdu is all about the time spent on intercontinental travel, food, drinks and careless banter. You are kindly invited to a Multi Cultural BBQ in Australia hosted by the musical master of disguise Dreems. Featuring remix work from Finger Prince, Statue and Niagara this one is coming off the grill hot.

There isn't much more iconic than a BBQ when it comes to Australian culture. The age-old term of 'throwing another one on the barbie' may sometimes get misconceived when conversing with a foreigner but the end result is usually interesting. Dreems invites a few friends over for a backyard session and the sounds are the result of a few too many cold ones and definitely too many hot ones.

The title track 'Charcoals' would in a sense be the best way to have a BBQ or the preferably desired way to cook your goods. Nothing quite brings out the taste and the sound of a grill under the heat of some searing 'coals' prepared for a couple of hours. With drums by his homie Ccolo the whole thing takes on the essence of what a good BBQ is - friends and food.

'Heating up the Voyetra', an alternative method to cooking up some music, started off as a small impromptu jam in another backyard on another continent with Montrealer Clarian during one of those formidable cold Canadian evenings and took shape over the course of winter when venturing outside for a meal seemed impossible - most of the studio snacks were kept room temperature by setting themselves up atop the synths.

'Cooking Bananas Under A Blue Moon At Mike's' is one way to get your little fellas tasting cosmic. If you have ever been inside Mickey Moonlight's secret cavern, then you'd know where these sounds emanated from. And if you'd ever tried his BBQ'd banana, you would understand this love song dedication.

Dreems throws on his Finger Prince apron alongside chef Francis Xavier for a deeper, heavier version of the title track. And Australian percussion enthusiast Statue reconstructs the 'Voyetra' from a slo-mo acid cooker to a peak-time griller. Finally Portuguese curve-ballers Niagara step into the smoke-house for a taste test of 'Charcoals'.

Rare yet well cooked is what they say round these parts.

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