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Orgatronics - Moonfruit



Orgatronics Moonfruit
best of 2006Orgatronics - Moonfruit
(CD) One Note Records ONRCD004, 2005-11-28

Tracklisting :
01. Viva Cuba!
02. Briga
03. Bird Gets Dizzy
04. Esto No Son Bulerias
05. Come With Me
06. Slow Train from Juliaca
07. Favela Chic?
08. 'W' Is For…
09. Omnia
10. Footprints

Links :
orgatronics.moonfruit.com

Press Release :
Late-night ambient loungecore from UK band Orgatronics, brainchild of producer duo Sam Bell and Rich Arthurs. Fusing traditional flamenco and latin instruments and techniques with a pop sensibility, the duo have created a truly unique musical creation. Add to this the dreamy vocals of ex-classical star Emily Levy, squidgey Moog keyboards from Morcheeba's Dan Goldman, sublime jazz trumpet from the award-winning Malcolm Strachan, and the result is the debut album Moonfruit.

"Think Manu Chao starting a fight with the Gotan Project cheered on by Air and Tito Puente."
Lubi Jovaovic (Straight No Chaser)

"Sublime album. An incredible version of Footprints. A highly musical outing. 10/10"
Rainer Trüby (Compost Records)

"Dreamy arrangements. All the solos are very assured, confident and soulful but Dan Goldman's work on this takes it into orbit."
Simon Hodge (BBC Radio Scotland)
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