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ZZE return with the long overdue follow up to last years excellent 'Bal La Poussiere' EP and again, it's a total winner. Here we are treated to two wildy confident compositions that match the cosmic with the sub-tropical to create vast and epically groovy tunage. A side 'Speedball' seems to touch on a little of everything from Krautrock, cosmic psych, new wave and afro-beat whilst maintaining a so ...

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Kass To La Sènn EP by Zun Zun Egui
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9/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 23 February 2011

ZZE return with the long overdue follow up to last years excellent 'Bal La Poussiere' EP and again, it's a total winner. Here we are treated to two wildy confident compositions that match the cosmic with the sub-tropical to create vast and epically groovy tunage. A side 'Speedball' seems to touch on a little of everything from Krautrock, cosmic psych, new wave and afro-beat whilst maintaining a solid consistency throughout. It bobs and weaves, it drops and sways and returns again and again for more. It's powerful stuff that sees boredoms-esque synth soundscapes battle it out against a backdrop of lively grooves and motivational vocal outbursts. It's like a hundred different tunes in one! Flip it and you get 'Praise The Waterfall', a trip in two parts and the highlight of the set last time I saw them in Leeds. Pt 1 'Spirit Rising' is an exercise in astral-beat (that cosmic afro-beat to you and me) madness that sees Kushal Gaya getting crazy on the mic and the band play like their very existence depends on it. It slowly evolves into 'Spirit Dancing' finally succumbing to an eastern influenced cosmic super jam that sees the band going all out once again, concluding what has essentially being an epic journey of an EP. Can't recommend these guys highly enough. Super confident, excellently played liquid afro-funk at it's finest.


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