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Various - Musik For Film
(CD) Burning Bowl Records BBR002, 2008-07-22

Tracklisting :
01. Professor Oz - Whatever The Sun feat. Sugar B
02. Shanti Roots & Scheibosan - Find It
03. Lazy - Love Robbery
04. Sin - Game Of Despise
05. Xploding Plastix - Treat Me Mean I Need The Reputation (Dub version)
06. Stefan Obermaier - Inna Fat Dub Combo
07. See-I - Dinner Of Herb
08. Architektur - The Smoker
09. All India Radio - Dehli Dub
10. Jamie Saft - Tuf Luv Dub
11. The Waz Experience - Smokers Funk
12. Ohm - Helium Voices
13. Karl Stirner vs. Canartic - In July (Raggaready remix)
14. Sundae Club - The Voder
15. Lazy - Wasteland (Instrumental)

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Press Release :
A collection of some of the most influential and established artists in "Downbeat" music. This disc brings together an array of artists rarely heard in today's martini, cartoon and sofa "Chillout" compilations. A record that provides quality, depth and a musical awareness that helps reaffirm this genre's presence and at the same time, offers a superior introduction to those still new to Downbeat, Headz and Dub music. Our inaugural compilation features: Professor Oz w/ Sugar B, Shanti Roots & Scheibosan, Lazy, Sin, Xploding Plastix, Stefan Obermaier, See-I, Architektur, All India Radio, Jamie Saft, The Waz Experience, Ohm, Karl Stirner & Canartic, and Sundae Club.

About Burning Bowl Records :
An international boutique label based in "the live music capitol of the world", Austin Texas. Featuring musicians from Austria to Australia, Burning Bowl Records instantly emerges as an ambassador of Downbeat and Dub music. Offering Downbeat from many of the genres premier artists including: Rootz & Zeebo of Thievery Corporation (See-I), Rick Torres of the Supreme Beings Of Leisure and Bitter:Sweet (Lazy), Portishead contemporaries Sin, Professor Oz feat: Sugar B of Kruder & Dorfmeister's G-Stone, Jamie Saft of John Zorn's Masada, and NuJazz pioneers Xploding Plastix, among 17 heavy hitters.


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Hamstall Hamstall ·  14 October 2008, 21:47

"The Voder" is also available on Sundae Club's free-to-download album "British Summer Time" . To download, simply go to and follow the directions.

It's a timely and spacey trip through the gates of a '60s airport with a Viscount sitting ready on the runway to transport you, the lucky traveller to rural Gloucestershire (the song Pies); to the industrial Midlands of 1950s Coventry (The Doddler) and 1970s Birmingham (Honey Bee); to the Far East of India and China via Germany (The Travel Trilogy) calling in on a New York apartment with flimsy walls (New Neighbours) and back home to Blighty. It's not so much Downtempo Lounge as all-tempo Departure Lounge.

See you at check-in fumbling for your lost passport under the watchful gaze of a half-dozen suspicious security staff.


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