Champagne In Mozambique by Ingleton Falls

Very rare business here: Champagne In Mozambique was first released in 1991, distributed directly in a limited edition of just one hundred cassettes. But the weird-vibed dubby world-ambient of Ingleton Falls’ Champagne In Mozambique is firmly deserving of more attention, so this cassette reissue on Isle Of Jura is to be very much welcomed.

Vinyl LP £16.49 ISLELP002

180g vinyl reissue LP on Isle Of Jura.

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Tape £8.49 ISLELP002CASS

Reissue cassette tape on Isle Of Jura.

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Champagne In Mozambique by Ingleton Falls
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7/10 Clinton 08 February 2018

Originally released in 1991 (my 'petrol station' years), this is one of those re-issues that I'm thankful has been made. It has in spades the dubbified textures of the likes of Dub Syndicate and African Headcharge and is a unique artefact of the time when everyone put down their guitars and started faffing about with samplers. Some of the voice samples laid over the top are rather of their time but there are some nice grooves created out of the rudimentary equipment.

However the record is worth a purchase for one surefire lost classic in 'High'. This is a lovely lengthy track with some gorgeous sun sparkled synth work all driven along by a splendid dubby bass line, on here the voice samples are minimal and weird enough not to interfere with the dream-like grooves. A sort of cousin to tracks like The Orb's 'Little Fluffy Clouds' and 808 State's 'Pacific'. Closer 'Mind Yer Head' is also worth noting with it's gorgeous dreamlike atmospheres the track has a near balearic atmosphere which manages to be both nostalgic and ahead of its time.     


7/10 Clinton 08 February 2018

Originally released in 1991 (my 'petrol station' years), this is one of those re-issues that I'm thankful has been made. It has in spades the dubbified textures of the likes of Dub Syndicate and African Headcharge and is a unique artefact of the time when everyone put down their guitars and started faffing about with samplers. Some of the voice samples laid over the top are rather of their time but there are some nice grooves created out of the rudimentary equipment.

However the record is worth a purchase for one surefire lost classic in 'High'. This is a lovely lengthy track with some gorgeous sun sparkled synth work all driven along by a splendid dubby bass line, on here the voice samples are minimal and weird enough not to interfere with the dream-like grooves. A sort of cousin to tracks like The Orb's 'Little Fluffy Clouds' and 808 State's 'Pacific'. Closer 'Mind Yer Head' is also worth noting with it's gorgeous dreamlike atmospheres the track has a near balearic atmosphere which manages to be both nostalgic and ahead of its time.     


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