PARADISE BANGKOK MOLAM INTERNATIONAL BAND [ROOB LOR PU TAI (ROOTIKAL RE-RUB) (7") ]

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Format : 7" / New /
Label : STUDIO LAM
Genre : Molam/Dub
Info : 2nd single of the paradise bangkok molam international band - RE DUB VERSION! On the flip-side, the version pushes things deeper into space, as the song is further stripped back and allowed to drift into the cosmos. Keys float in and out, and dabs of the phin are squeezed through a Space Echo to create a proper dub of the highest order.

Price:
500.00 ฿
Description

Side A - 'Roob Lor Pu Tai' (Rootikal Re-Rub) The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band In a first of what will be an occasional series of 'reinterpretations', Rootikal's David Hill delivers a moody rework of The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band's debut single, with dub maestro Nick Manasseh once more at the controls. With nods to late-period Jackie Mittoo as well as the odd lick of nyahbinghi style percussion, 'Roob Lor Pu Tai' is given the raw Rootikal slant, bringing the band's sound into brand new territory: 21st Century Molam in the truest sense.

Side B - 'Roob Lor Pu Tai' (Rootikal Re-Dub) The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band On the flip-side, the version pushes things deeper into space, as the song is further stripped back and allowed to drift into the cosmos. Keys float in and out, and dabs of the phin are squeezed through a Space Echo to create a proper dub of the highest order.

The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band. Born out of the legendary Paradise Bangkok sessions run by DJs Maft Sai and Chris Menist, the band play vintage molam music from the North-East of Thailand, with a 21st century twist.

Featuring Kammao Perdtanon on phin, (Thai lute) Sawai Kaewsombat on khaen, a type of bamboo harmonica, and backed by Piyanart Jotikasthira on bass, Phusana Treeburt on drums and Chris Menist on percussion the band have just completed a successful 2nd tour of Europe, which included a support slot for Damon Albarn in Berlin, as well as gigs in Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands and the Czech Republic.

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