|Title:||EP2: Banana Wine|
|Style:||Leftfield, Dub, Soul, Deep House, Hip Hop, Downtempo, Experimental|
|Category:||Electronic / Soul - Funk / Folk - World|
|1||Mini Culcha (Beautiful Swimmers Remix)|
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Beautiful Swimmers
|3||Keep It Up||2:36|
|HAND12010||Mo Kolours||EP2: Banana Wine (CDr, EP, Pro)||One-Handed Music||HAND12010||UK||2012|
B3: Additional production for Future Times.
All tracks (P) & (C) 2012 One-Handed Music.
Pressed at MPO Averton.
Mastered at Transition.
Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
A1: 80-83 | A2: 93-95 | A3: 148-155 | A4: 97-98 | A5: 69-70
B1: 118-121 | B2: 95-98 | B3: 123
EP2: Banana Wine by Mo Kolours, released 12 February 2012 1. Ridda Mountain 2. Twelve 3. Mini Culcha 4. Keep It Up 5. Banana Wine 6. Talking Move 7. Temi 8. Mini Culcha Beautiful Swimmers Remix As the UKs FACT Magazine remarked about EP1: Drum Talking, The wonderful Mo Kolours laces his loping, hashed-out Madlib-meets-Theo Parrish beat confections with melodies from the folk music of his homeland , and while those Mauritian influences still give Mo Kolours work an otherworldly feel, EP2: Banana Wine is more evocative of his current home in South London than his debut release. Opener Ridda. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 3 GBP or more. Free download of Mo Kolours - EP2: Banana Wine: http. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Listen free to Mo Kolours EP2: Banana Wine Ridda Mountain, Twelve and more. 8 tracks 24:21. As the UKs FACT Magazine remarked about EP1: Drum Talking, The wonderful Mo Kolours laces his loping, hashed-out Madlib-meets-Theo Parrish beat confections with melodies from the folk music of his homeland , and while those Mauritian influences still give Mo Kolours work an otherworldly feel, EP2: Banana Wine is more evocative of the his current home in South London than his debut release. Opener Ridda Mountain sets the tone: a hypnotic blunted incantation which draws heavily on a love of dub. EP2: Banana Wine. Your Rating. Overview . Album 2012 8 Songs. Keep It Up. Mo Kolours 23-04-2012. Total duration:24 is the second EP in this debut EP series by the half-Mauritian percussionist & singer Mo Kolours, which unites an array of more familiar influences with the Sega music of his island roots. These heavily rhythmic slave songs from the Indian Ocean offer a vital clue to the sound of this enchanting EP. There's a sense of spontaneity at the heart of Mo Kolours' music and much of the music he loves: Jimi Hendrix, Nina Simone, King Tubby and many more. Like the best records, the result is so much more than just the sum of its influences: it's a new feeling which breathes fres. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Mo Kolours. EP2: Banana Wine, 2012. Ridda Mountain, 03:07. Twelve, 02:56. Mini Culcha, 02:35. Keep It Up, 02:36. Banana Wine, 03:08. Talking Move, 03:12. Temi, 01:27. Critic Score. User Score. Submit Correction. March 19, 2012, Release Date. EP, Format. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. How I Rhythm Love Affair. Texture Like Sun. Joseph Deenmamode, known professionally as Mo Kolours, is a half-Mauritian, half-British music producer, percussionist, and vocalist. In 2014, he released his debut self-titled album on expanding independent label One-Handed Music, which was warmly received by critics. The Guardian described the record as a feat, labelling it one of their albums of the year. In March 2015, he released his latest EP, entitled How I Rhythm Love Affair