This audio is part of the collection: "Sunyatha" Records (Netlabel)
About "The future is black past and present also" - Ep:
This EP is just a sample of a "souvenir" sound and outline the next album.
The basis of this ep is to show a more organic sound the band as a whole, fleeing the idea of working the "collages" sound.
Despite being a recent and new flavors work, this ep is a trace of the identity of the band, showing a side with more alternative rock and jazz references, poetry and African music.
The purpose of the album is to have more contact and working more the concepts of Afrofuturism performing a rescue of ancestral black culture, is not a step backwards but the search for truth and valorization, self affirmation of black and all its culture, art and music all using futuristic elements because the album concerts with synthesizers and new technologies to search for sound modernity through the ancestry of the identity of black people, demystified and adding their real value.
This work is more focused and less spontaneous, with the participation of some musicians and the introduction of new instruments and ideas.
A new cycle is forming, creating and seeking new sounds and experiences, this extended play (EP) should be considered the first step of the new cycle that forming.
With good vibes I greet you with these sound metaphors of our lives, all are welcome and have fun as much as possible!
Sit down, make yourself comfortable, always share your love of neighbor.
released May 13, 2016
Marco Antonio: bass, fretless bass, cello, fx synth and mix
Jeferson Peres: drums
Ariel Spadari: saxophone
Cover art - Marco Antonio:
Track art - Jeferson Peres:
musicians / guests projects:
The Cosmic Principle (U.S.A) - synths on track: "Anelosimus Eximius"
O.s125 (France) - ambient layers on track "Mugunzá"
Romulo Alexis (Brazil) - trumpet on track "Mugunzá"
Fernando Graça (Brazil) - saxophone on track "Mugunzá" voice and poetry on track "Schiele"
Jesus Cremoso (Brazil) - noise effects on track "Mugunzá"
Juliana Assolant Vencato (Brazil) - voice and poetry on track: "Objetificados não sejam os vossos nomes"
Ilú Obá de Min (Brazil) - on track: "Mugunzá"
Ihsanul Fikri: (Indonesia) - ARTMOSF on track: "Zen Echiru"
All tracks composed and arranged and mixed by: Marco Antonio
Mastering and track art by: Jeferson Peres
Except the track intro: "Mugunzá" track originally composition by Ilú Obá de Min (All rights reserved)