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Pull The Rope
Cat: MRG 845JCD.
 
International
coming soon $23.52
Pull The Rope
Pull The Rope (limited sky blue red & black swirl vinyl LP (indie exclusive))
Cat: MRG 845LPC1. Rel: 02 May 24
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Pull The Rope (3:30)
Got To Be Who U Are (3:40)
Fire (4:30)
Them Say (4:07)
Political Incorrect (3:30)
Mama Say (4:41)
Let My Yes Be Yes (3:22)
Touch The Ceiling (2:45)
Far Away (3:17)
Dance In The Rain (3:42)
Review: Pan-African supergroup Ibibio Sound Machine return with Pull The Rope, a tonal shift compared to their earlier full-lengths like Electricity; this one veers more on the side of acid house, highlife and disco, compared to the more histrionic electronics of the eponymous sound machine of that album, as well as Uyai and Doko Mien, heard thus far. As heard on the lead single 'Got To Be Who U Are', we are importuned with the command to be ourselves, as everybody else is already taken; such an injunction is met with a driving, time-of-your-life, weighty acid house production, which comes to neat effect when paired with Eno Williams' passionate soul vocals.
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 in stock $26.18
Pull The Rope
Cat: MRG 845LP. Rel: 02 May 24
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Pull The Rope (3:30)
Got To Be Who U Are (3:39)
Fire (4:30)
Them Say (4:08)
Political Incorrect (3:29)
Mama Say (4:42)
Let My Yes Be Yes (3:22)
Touch The Ceiling (2:45)
Far Away (3:17)
Dance In The Rain (3:42)
Review: London-born Nigerian singer Eno Williams is the man who fronts the much-loved Ibibio Sound Machine and their sonic adventure which collides African and electronic sounds that are inspired equally by the golden era of West African funk, disco, and modern post-punk and electro. Their new album, Pull the Rope, finds the band presenting a new sound that, although maintains their signature sense of hope, joy, and sexiness, also brings a new darker edge as first teased with their acclaimed 2022 record Electricity. From sun-kissed outdoor sounds, they move indoors to a darker, more sweaty club setting with just as much style.
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 in stock $25.36
Pull The Rope
Cat: MRG 845CD. Rel: 02 May 24
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Pull The Rope
Got To Be Who U Are
Fire
Them Say
Political Incorrect
Mama Say
Let My Yes Be Yes
Touch The Ceiling
Far Away
Dance In The Rain
 in stock $13.22
Electricity
Electricity (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MRG 765LP. Rel: 25 Mar 22
 
International
Protection From Evil (4:34)
Electricity (4:48)
Casio (Yak Nda Nda) (3:55)
Afo Ken Doko Mien (4:30)
All That You Want (4:37)
Wanna See Your Face Again (4:25)
17 18 19 (3:08)
Truth No Lie (3:47)
Oyoyo (3:02)
Review: If Electricity is anything to go by, Eno Williams and his Ibibio Sound Machine band were particularly productive during the various pandemic lockdowns of 2020 and '21. The resultant album, the rightly acclaimed group's fourth studio set to date, is predictably inspired, with hired-in producers Hot Chip wisely choosing to subtly tweak rather than totally overhaul the band's distinctive trademark fusion of kaleidoscopic synth-funk, West African disco and boogie, '80s electro and the more electronic end of the post-punk spectrum. Highlights include the throbbing, polyrhythmic Afro-electro of 'Electricity' and the acid-sporting nu-disco brilliance of 'All That I Want', but it's the set's overall feel - described by Williams as "Moroder meets Afro-futurism" - that really delights.
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Intérprete: Afro Beat Foundation
 in stock $19.56
Electricity
Cat: MRG 765CD. Rel: 25 Mar 22
 
International
Protection From Evil
Electricity
Casio (Yak Nda Nda)
Afo Ken Doko Mien
All That You Want
Wanna See Your Face Again
17 18 19
Truth No Lie
Oyoyo
Something We'll Remember
Almost Flying
Freedom
 in stock $12.16
Doko Mien
Doko Mien (gatefold LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MRG 665LP. Rel: 22 Mar 19
 
International
I Need You To Be Sweet Like Sugar (Nnge Nte Suka) (4:39)
Wanna Come Down (3:58)
Tell Me (Doko Mien) (3:41)
I Know That You're Thinking About Me (3:55)
I Will Run (2:02)
Just Go Forward (Ka I So) (3:43)
She Work Very Hard (4:23)
Nyak Mien (3:50)
Kuka (2:31)
Guess We Found A Way (4:10)
Review: Famed for their thrilling, dancefloor-friendly fusions of West African funk and disco, American electrofunk and post-punk pop, Ibibio Sound Machine is one of the most exciting and essential bands of recent times. It's for this reason that "Doko Mien", the Eno Williams fronted band's first album for two years, is so hotly anticipated. Happily, we can confirm that it's another stunning set, with Williams and company charging through a set of sizzling songs that wrap kaleidoscopic synths, rubbery bass, fiery horns and off-kilter funk-rock guitars around grooves that variously doff a cap to '80s electro, Italo-disco, jazz-funk, Tony Allen and thrusting, mind-altering mutant disco. In other words, it's another must-have collection of cuts from the London-based band.
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 in stock $19.56
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