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Zeep

Zeep

Zeep


"spacey samba london future pastoral afro-funk" Imagine Led Zep, The Meters, Joni Mitchell and The Beatles jamming in Brazil with Tropicalistas such as Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil & Os Mutantes - where rock ‘n’ roll, funk and classic pop get spiced up with a little samba magic - and you’re on the Zeep trail. From cosmopolitan London to inspirational Brazil, Zeep bring you music inspired by the attitude of the 70s when music was live, urgent, right-on, scruffy, funky and folksy. Read more on Last.fm
"spacey samba london future pastoral afro-funk" Imagine Led Zep, The Meters, Joni Mitchell and The Beatles jamming in Brazil with Tropicalistas such as Gal Costa, Gilberto Gil & Os Mutantes - where rock ‘n’ roll, funk and classic pop get spiced up with a little samba magic - and you’re on the Zeep trail. From cosmopolitan London to inspirational Brazil, Zeep bring you music inspired by the attitude of the 70s when music was live, urgent, right-on, scruffy, funky and folksy. Whilst Zeep echoes the quirkiness of their previous work as Smoke City, Chris adds that “Zeep is a more folky, more organic album than anything else we’ve done before”. The songs were mostly dreamt up in their home in North London from jam sessions over the last few years and Chris feels that being partners in life, as well as music, has influenced the vibe: “On this album Nina and I have just been true to ourselves, we are a family and this has influenced how we make music. The band is made up of our close friends, people we’ve known for years who are like family to us, and I think this is why the sound and the vibe is so good”.

As the songs on the album took shape, Nina & Chris thought about their friends from Brazil who could help them realise their tales of love, life and the universe with the necessary sub-equatorial tropical heat, and so last summer they jetted off to Brazil to recruit their fellow Zeepistas. Whilst Zeep was mainly dreamt up in London, the beat of Brazil gives the music it’s swing, as electric guitars, funky drumming and samba percussion all combine with shouts, whispers and random bursts of ‘collective conscience’ to produce one of the freshest albums we’ve heard in a long time. “We made this record without having a record deal in place as we wanted to let the music dictate where it was going”, says Chris, “this is music for music’s sake, recorded with everyone playing together”. “This” finishes Nina, “is why we christened it ‘Zeep’, because we wanted a name that was born the same time as the music". source: http://www.faroutrecordings.com/buy/nina-miranda-and-chris-franck-pr-0/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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