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We are... blumone

by blumone*

Superb electropunk, funkpunk ep which crosses the genres effortlessly and comes out on top... forward thinking with a nod to the past...
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Intro
0:11 album only
2. The truth (NY Staple Mix)
3:28 album only
3. Electroclash girls
4:51 album only
4. Ideas...
4:03 album only
5. Everychanghing life
3:36 album only
6. Not Raving
3:53 album only
7. Xcitment (Leeds Bus Station Mix)
4:00 album only
8. Brandy Gitanes
5:06 album only
9. My Mama told me so
4:48 album only


Album Notes
blumone* started as a solo project by laptopist/vocalist OB in 2003. After producing the EPs: "Introducing....Blumone" and "We are....Blumone", asked to perform live for the "weareyou..." nights organized by Boot Music, he joined forces with Jonny Wilkinsons on the drums (Spring) and Mark Hubbard on the bass (Red Lorry, Yellow Lorry) (position now vacant...) to debut on the 9th of December 2004 at the Carpe Diem in Leeds. After that enriched by the warm sound of the tenor sax of Leon Thomas Johnson, they follow up with another couple of gigs in February and April and at the end of the month they recorded a new version of "Supafank (Take me to the Fabric!)" produced by Carl Rosamond (Billiard Room). With more gigs on store (watch this space!), a set of brand new songs and a few remixes on the way, blumone* are just looking for the right exposure...



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