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Mim Suleiman

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Tungi (CD)
Cat: RBCD 01. Rel: 22 Jul 10
  1. Hebu
  2. Bibi Na Mpu
  3. Mpezi
  4. Flava
  5. Nyuli
  6. Mingi
  7. Haraka Haileti Baraka
  8. Sherehekeya
  9. Maji
  10. Bibi Na Mpu (Maurice Fulton dub)
Review: The many fans of Maurice Fulton have had to survive on the musical crumbs of his monthly Bubbletease emissions and the odd remix for Crazy P and Simian Mobile Disco since his Syclops project dropped in 2008. Perhaps it was the slight disappointment of that album that called for a recharge of the batteries. Regardless, Fulton is on fine form throughout Tungi, this debut album from Mim Suleiman. The Tanzanian's distinct Swahili vocals are impressive enough alone, but when melded with the full range of Fulton's production nous, her voice is given new life. "Bibi Na Mpu" is Parliament dipped in the dubbed futurism of Fulton's disco mindset with equally playful vocals from Suleiman. "Flava" will please fans of Stress era Fulton with Suleiman's vocals looped and dubbed beneath a killer afro chi town percussive groove. Oddly it's the highlife guitar meets garage rock thump of "Haraka Haileti Baraka" which proves to be the most beguiling moment, not least because the song descends superbly into the hazy mist beneath Fulton's dubbed organ riff. Tungi is one of those perfectly judged albums where both participants seem to have brought out the best in each other.
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Nyuli (12")
Cat: RB 022. Rel: 21 Apr 10
  1. Nyuli
  2. Nyuli (dub)
Review: Try to pigeon hole Gerd Janson's Running Back label at your peril whether it be Tensnake's epic disco jam "In The End (I Want You To Cry)" or Precious System's oddball deep house or even a classic Prescription Records reissue - you can always rely on good old Gerd to bring out something, well, that is genuinely interesting. The latest offering - an EP from Zanzibari producer Mim Suleiman - offers some brilliant disco-boogie action, hardly surprising when you discover that the man behind the production wheel is one Maurice Fulton.
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  1. Mim Suleiman - "Pole Pole" (4:51)
  2. Alma Negra - "Onga" (7:01)
  3. Kerem Akdag - "Getdownsoclose" (4:37)
  4. James Tillman - "Wander" (2:58)
Review: With its festival, International Series, DJ Directory and Soundsystem: Dimensions has become a leading name in the underground. In only a mere six years of existence thus far, that's quite impressive we must say! Now, they extend their influence with the start of a new label: Dimensions Recordings. It launches with a 12 track compilation across three separate discs. As the label best describe themselves "An Introduction Part 1 calls upon artists from different corners of the globe who share the similarity of undeniable soul and expression in their music." From the Swahili sung harmonies on Mim Suleiman's lo-slung boogie down groove "Pole Pole", to the afro influences of Swiss collective Alma Negra's "Onga" whose spiritual life music reaches near tribal moments. On the flip, there's Istanbul's Kerem Akdag with "Getdownsoclose" a soulful jazzy and downright dusty deep house groove. Maryland's James Tillman's soulful vocals on "Wander" rounds off Part 1 with a dose of the soul.
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