Today sees the release of One Minus One’s EP “Origins”. It contains complete reworks of four tracks that were originally released between 2010 and 2014 as well as one new song. All the music on Origins was recorded and mixed at One Minus One’s own homestudio.
By diving deeper into the soundscapes already known from their debut-album ‘Strangers to Reason’ Animal Mother take their time to draw an artistical interim conclusion. Cleverly conflating electronica and guitar-driven indiepop-energia, all the iridiscent melodies on their new 4-track-EP ‘The World Is Yours’ provide the perfect soundtrack for a long indian summer. Take a listen here.
Today, Cairo-based oud-player Abdelghany Sayed provides us with his amazing tune
“À Tunis”. Full of beautiful soundscapes and well-layered melodies this track comes as a pure artistic surprise. Right from the start it fully draws your attention, demanding you to be wide awake – like in the earliest morning hours, when rising street life in the famous Avenue Habib Bourguiba reminds you that you are in one of the most vivid, briskest places on earth. And once you left the traffic jams behind you, taking a deep breath of fresh air down at the beaches of Carthage you suddenly feel like dancing, swirling in the air towards a never-setting sun.
What once had started as an occasional demo session at Animal Mother’s former rehearsal room turned gradually into the process of recording, mixing and mastering the first full-range album in the band’s still young history. Listen to Strangers of Reason <here>.