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Phil Motion & the Easy Lo-Fi | Time-Bomb

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by Phil Motion & the Easy Lo-Fi

Tough & Dirty: 'Time-Bomb' nails the growing public discontent with governments’ inability to address the world's socio-political, economical, and environmental concerns while ‘Dangerous World’ rings in true as a funky funeral-march for the 21st Century.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Time-Bomb
3:22 album only
2. Dangerous World
3:07 album only
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Reel-to-reel tape machines, 45rpm vinyl, and love for everything dirty and funky, Phil Motion & The Easy LO-Fi releases their first 7” with TIME-BOMB. Recorded live to 8-track analog tape and cut to vinyl, SIDE A’s title-track lashes out against the prison and military industrial complex while it’s explosive B-Side ‘Dangerous World’ rings in dark and heavy with an air all too much like a funeral march for the 21st century. No record player? No sweat. The band has recorded the digital download right off the vinyl giving you all the grit and guts of the original 7”/45rpm.

Pulling inspiration from the one-offs and one-hit-wonders that never got their time in the spotlight, Phil Motion brings a classic vibe in a style all their own as the band hits tape live in the studio and hits the stage even harder with break-beats and bass-lines as aggressive as a police vs. mafia shake-down. The band makes it mark with original music that is charged with political undertones and sensitive social issues but has no problem throwing an original Northern Soul or Motown your way, sharing stories of love and loss. Pair up hard-hitting horns with a soulful voice that owns a microphone and you need nothing more. Bringing together members of Slim Moore and Souljazz Orchestra, consider this a seal of approval.



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