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Electroom Acoostap's about Big Bad Blues and The Black Files:
Electroom Acoostap produces a creative and unique sound in the worlwide beatscene. Working like a 70's composer in a boom bap universe, he sounds alone like a entire live band, avoiding loops and using sampler as an instrument among others. His concept and approache are unique and always sign his projects with a recognizable print.
Electroom Acoostap - Big Bad Blues + The Black Files
With this opus E. A. shows that hip hop can find other ways to express, other technics to produce.
With a deep vinyl and music culture and style knowledge, E. A. hits directly to the core. Two projects coupled in one tape for ears who like raw hip hop feelings, rare grooves and human swing.
"Big Bad Bues" is dedicated to the dj’s as beatmaking originators. During the presampler era, loops for mc's were made with records,
created live by juggling with a break on the turntables.
It’s why E. A. used turntables only to produces this boom bap album. He's deejay since 1994. it's a natural way to present turntables as analogic samplers, and at the roots of hip hop music. Diggin in the crates is nice, but play the turntables is even more great.
"The Black Files" is a E.P. inspired by crime jazz and drama movies. All the tracks are compositions produced with live instruments and digital ones, played from a idi controler. The E.P. was made without samples.
E.A. played the deep jazz funk he loves and arranged it in an orchestral way. Each song is a story, listen, imagine and watch the movie."
released October 15, 2014
Big Bad Blues:
Produced, mixed and mastered by Electroom Acoostap @ SunSonSound Studio, FR
Turntables played by Electroom Acoostap
Made from vinyl only
The Black Files:
Produced, composed, mixed and mastered by Electroom Acoostap @ SunSonSound Studio, FR
Flute, keyboards, drums programing, accordion, percussion by Electroom Acoostap
Vocals on Misanthropolis by Roni Alkekengi
For previous Electroom Acoostap release wih Cascade records: