Maim That Tune is the 1995 album of Yorkshire-dwelling electronica duo Fila Brazillia. They deploy a very wide sound palette in order to deliver chilled atmospheres to the listener: techno / house / hip-hop beats, melodic orchestral samples, twinkling bell tones… 20th anniversary reissue, first time on vinyl!
Vinyl Double LP £23.24 MOVLP1521
180g vinyl 2LP on Music On Vinyl. Edition of 1000 copies - first time on vinyl.
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- Maim That Tune by Fila Brazillia
9/10 Jack 15th May 2016
From the very start the sounds cocoon you in their warmth and take you on a journey. This may sound like New Age dribble but it is the only way that I can describe it. Jazzy chords reverberate and repeat creating a slow trance-like effect, as soothing "dubby" bass lines perfectly complemented by ingenious percussion drive the tunes along. Also, the late great Bill Hicks's tirade against the advertising world is used to great effect in the middle of the album just before Fila Brazilia kick in with a folk-trance barnstormer.
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