Hundred Waters has been in every corner of the media sphere this year, launching out premiere after premiere of new material from their upcoming OWSLA Records Boreal EP this month. Including remixes and remakes, the latest track to be premiered through the internet is a Teebs remake of “Boreal” from their debut album, released today at Pitchfork. All of the producers present on the EP are focusing on the Hundred Waters track “Boreal” and Teebs turns out the most celestial and earthy version of the set. As a completely new direction into sound and not just a remix, Hundred Waters Nicole Miglis adds new vocals to this remake. Nicole Miglis had this to add about the shaping of the track (via Pitchfork): “Teebs originally sent us a remix in 2 parts, the first half being more like a remix and the second half being this hypnotic thing. I asked Teebs if he’d be down to collaborate on the second half and sent over some vocals. Then Teebs did his Teebs magic and came out with this track. We really love what he made. If someone were to paint the song, I think this is how it would feel.”
Expect to see the Boreal EP drop on OWSLA March 26th.
Bringing an entirely new dimension of sound to the Skrillex owned label OWSLA, Hundred Waters have become a new enigma in modern music that breathes the life of artists as far ranging as Bjork, Zammuto and Julia Holter. I have had the pleasure of seeing it unravel and assemble before the group signed with OWSLA and it’s been an incredible outsider experience to see it all shape into the form we see right now. Hundred Waters has been planning a remix EP for the OSWLA label with Boreal and the release date is approaching with March 26th listed as the launching date. Scheduled for remix work on the new release are Daedelus, Phantoms, Teebs, Brillz, and Blood Diamonds.
In promotion of this new remix album and the non stop touring the group has been on, Hundred Waters have launched the Daedelus remix from Boreal as the second teaser for what’s to come forth (the first being the premiere of the Blood Diamonds remix at Pitchfork). Daedelus is a master of his craft and a leading voice in the experimental electronic scene and his contribution to the Hundred Waters sound is nothing short of amazing. Can’t wait to hear what the other producers have come up with, enjoy.
- Tuesday 3/12: 10:15 pm – Pitchfork party @ Mohawk, 912 Red River
- Wednesday 3/13: set time TBA – School Night @ The Tap Room, 311 Colorado St.
- Thursday 3/14: 2:45 pm – IHEARTCOMIX @ Emo’s East, 2015 E Riverside
- Friday 3/15: 1:00 pm – Hype Machine/Stereogum party @ Hype Hotel, 301 Brazos st
- Friday 3/15: 8:45 pm – Biz3 showcase @ Scoot Inn
ADDITIONAL TOUR DATES
- Mar 6 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade *
- Mar 8 – Birmingham, AL – Bottletree *
- Mar 9 – New Orleans, LA – BUKU Music & Art Project
- Mar 10 – Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s *
- Mar 12-15 – Austin, TX – SXSW
- Mar 16 – Dallas, TX – Granada Theater *
- Mar 18 – Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom *
- Mar 19 – Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall *
- Mar 21 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts *
- Mar 22 – New York, NY – Webster Hall *
- Mar 23 – New York, NY – Glasslands
- Mar 24 – New York, NY – Terminal 5 *
- Mar 25 – Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre *
- Mar 27 – Toronto, ON – Sound Academy *
- Mar 28 – Chicago, IL – Metro *
- Mar 29 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theater *
- Apr 1 – Minneapolis, MN – Varisty Theater *
- Apr 2 – Kansas City, MO – The Midland *
- Apr 3 – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater *
- Apr 4 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex *
- Apr 6 – Seattle, WA – Neptune *
- Apr 7 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom *
- Apr 8 – Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom *
- Apr 10 – San Francisco, CA – The Fillmore *
- Apr 14 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades *
- Apr 16 – Solano Beach, CA – Belly Up Tavern *
- Apr 17 – Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory *
- May 3 – Dublin, IRE – Olympia Theatre *
- May 5 – Birmingham, UK – Academy *
- May 6 – Glasgow, UK – ABC *
- May 8 – Newcastle, UK – Academy *
- May 9 – Manchester, UK – Academy *
- May 10 – Leeds, UK – Academy *
- May 11 – Liverpool, UK – Academy *
- May 13 – Nottingham, UK – Academy *
- May 14 – Cambridge, UK – Corn Exchange *
- May 15 – Bristol, UK – Academy *
- May 16 – London, UK – Academy *
- May 17 – London, UK – Academy *
- May 22 – Edmonton, AB – Shaw Conference Centre +
- May 24 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theater +
- May 26 – George, WA – Sasquatch Festival +
- May 27 – Portland, OR – Schnitzer Concert Hall +
- May 28 – Eugene, OR – McDonald Theatre +
- May 29 – Reno, NV – Knitting Factory +
- May 30 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater +
- June 1 – Berkely, CA – Greek Theatre +
- June 3 – Denver, CO – Fillmore +
- June 4 – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater +
* with Alt-J
+ with The xx
Los Angeles based producer Juj is as forward thinking as they come, creating music that elevates and illuminates on contact and advances the beat culture as much as any of the heavy weights in the genre right now. Signing with HW&W Recordings for his debut full length release Walnut, his music resembles multiple lucid dream states where layers of sound glide effortlessly over hypnotic drum tracks and buzzing synth lines. Courageous in composition type and beaming with the voice of the outsider world, immaculate hemispheres of sound are a state of manifestation to every moment of Walnut that is every part surreal. The past, present and future are aglow and breathing on this debut, something I can’t stop diving into further and further for further detail analysis. There’s no way to extract everything inside of this album in just one sitting, it’s too dense and filled with variation in color schemes and sample types to do so. Walnut is the first official release from Juj and it’s 15 tracks are a magnificent vehicle of exquisite, spellbinding and head nodding expressionistic beats. Soothing and undeceptive, it’s truth through sound in an era of electronic and hip hop instrumentalism where the landscape changes by the month and the emergence of more visionaries finds surface. Walnut is what I like to refer to as a phrase Roland Kirk made popular in the 70′s, a “bright moment”.
I first caught glimpse of his beat production skills with the remix of “Jahara” that was contributed to the Japanese bonus disc of the last official Teebs release Collections 01 on Brainfeeder. This has become one of my favorite remix tracks for any Teebs song and really implanted his name into my consciousness for producers to watch out for. It was only a matter of time before he released an entire body of work from of his vision from the ground up. Walnut has blown all expectations I had out of the water and I can easily say is one of the best instrumental records out this year so far. One of the features to Walnut that has made this such an enjoyable and digestible ride is the length of the tracks and the diversity of the sonic framework of the music. Stepped into heavy loops of lush instrumentation that includes keys, guitar, harp, violin and much more, these elegant backdrops are the narrative to the story and have a lot of stay inside of the harmonic resonance of the musics beat heavy, melody drifting and overall psychedelic state.
The sleek, dreamy, bass heavy and experimental LA beat sound is alive and well right now and is a guiding principle of creation for tracks like “Boil (Steam)”, “Summer”, “More Over”, “Kitchen Soccer”, “Micro (Twist)” and “Think/Process”. These tracks take you deep into the night life of LA and the rhythmic heavy experimental dance grooves of the 21st century west coast movement. Fat synth lines, heavy drum work and a glowing aura that creates a large body around the visuals that come into my mind. The hazy and spiritual musings of past music heritage of generations far removed from a cultural hold on society is represented in sonic form with tracks like “Juggalo Gigolos”, “Rainy”, Gradsmoke” and “Essential Oils”. The recordings are filled with 78rpm dusty vinyl sounds and channel between movements of sound separated by over half a century of time. It’s meditative and spiritual loop music in these type of tracks. The influence of hip hop’s raw past and present is bridged into elegant form with songs like “Fire Pit”, ”Tommy 4½ Dog” and “kpeace”. They are the biggest sounding pieces on the record and I can hear lyricists all over the verses of these tracks. The voice of this generation is heard in full on Walnut and has become a shinning example of how far this movement has come and will continue to go.
When it comes to electronic and hip hop instrumental music in 2013, I feel like Walnut has already become a standard setting type of album. I could easily detail every song on this record and the exact moments that touch my soul but to put it in simple terms, this is some of the heaviest music I have heard all year and a record I really feel will impact you as deeply as it has me.
Song: Micro (twist)
Artist: Juj – http://soundcloud.com/juj
Director: Jonathan McCabe – http://www.jonathanmccabe.com
Producer: Arthur Chance for Bones Magazine – http://www.bonesmagazine.com
Commissioner: Omar Karim at http://Mrarthurchance.com
California based musician and producer Teebs of Brainfeeder and My Hollow Drum has been very active musically and artistically in the last 5 years. His productions are extraordinary in delicacy, texture and emotional conveyance and radiate with a beautiful sense of light and depth. The touch of his paint brush in the artistic realm is just as potent and special.
Teebs has been spreading his exotic beat tapestry around the globe through a wide range of material that left off with last years self released Cecila Tapes Collection and the Brainfeeder LP Collections 01. Today, Teebs has released a new track on his Soundcloud page simply titled “pianomess” that is a demo, something I would never know if not told. It’s a very gorgeous sound around an already stellar body of work Teebs is creating. Not even two minutes in length, rain feels like its falling through a mystic haze of hypnotic rhythms that run grids through out the glowing and majestic force field of overtones and melody.
It’s an incredible gift to see Teebs’ music evolve the way it has, especially with these small bonus tracks he throws into his Soundcloud through out the year.
“Alright guys. So remember last year when I proclaimed that my forthcoming album The Gap was gonna be this total change in sound direction for me and all that? Well it turns out that I’m an idiot and a liar because I’m back with a Flavors 2 and The Gap, which was supposed to be out last July is still being “mastered”. I know, I know…it will come out later this year I think. In the meantime bitches, here’s Flavors 2. I was gonna do a whole blurry lights thing again for the visual but Ta-ku used it for Latenyc and there’s only so many blurry lights and triangles to go around in this world. Shouts out to My Hollow Drum, the whole HW&W squad, and Soulection Radio and much love to everybody fucking with me. I did this for y’all.” – Bahwee
As a member of the My Hollow Drum crew from Teebs adding him to their squad, Southern, CA based beat maker and producer Bahwee is a phenomenal producer on all accounts. Electronica that hints towards west coast abstractions and a 80′s vibe of the coolest and smoothest vibe, Bahwee’s creations are very open beats that wander through the minds clean canvas. You can really feel the open feeling out here in California in his beats and I have always felt his music is outside of any direct influence in the electronic scene, a rarity of sorts.
In line with a group of phenomenal beat albums this year from all over the board, Bahwee released a remastered version of his Flavors 2 full length in digital formats online. The audio enhancement work was carried out by Haruto and adds a dimension to the record that gives it a time portal affect between the 70′s and 2010′s, making the record really shine with a well balanced digital and analog glow. Pronounced kick and snare over meditative anthems and sublime sample work offer the glimmering aura of a producer whose work is growing release after release.
What I really love about Flavors 2 is the style of keys played on the record and how much each note resonates smoothly and powerfully through the mix. There are many drum breaks and keyboard tones on the record that take me back to the 90′s era of hip hop music. As many roots show up that place the record inside of generations before this one, the modern futuristic identity of the record still comes out in a large number of the songs. There are some choice selections for samples, showing a love for American music of the 70′s and 80′s that defines what the beat era is all about.
Flavors 2 is a record that I chill out to, relax and wind down with. I feel right at home when this album is on the system playing loud. I find myself reminiscing the moments growing up when hip hop was first entering my life and the many records of the 80′s that give influence to Flavors 2 that still dominate my parents record collection.
The lovely folks at Soundcrash Productions in London are presenting a stellar line up of three modern experimental electronic producers for special performances in a triple headliner setting. With Teebs and Nosaj Thing as two of our favorite producers in electronica right now and the inclusion of a producer we are just getting around to but enjoying just as much (Eskmo), this is surely to be an event that you can’t miss if you are in London July 12th, live there or close enough to make the trip.
In conjunction with Soundcrash, we are very happy to offer a pair of free tickets for this event. We will post information on how to win the pair the week before the event when we put this article back up in the rotation of posts. Stay tuned…
From Soundcrash (www.soundcrashmusic.com)
Teebs, Nosaj Thing and Eskmo – Live
at XOYO, London
On July 12th Soundcrash presents three first-class beatsmiths live and direct from the USA. After selling out the Village Underground earlier this year Brainfeeder’s Teebs returns to London. Joining him as co-headliners at XOYO will be Low End Theory regular Nosaj Thing and Amon Tobin collaborator Eskmo.
Teebs returns to London bringing his innovative live show to the XOYO stage, after selling out Village Underground back in March. His set on July 12th will no doubt be one to remember. After signing to Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder label, Teebs released the critically acclaimed ‘Collections 01’ plus various collaborations with Daedelus and Prefuse 73 amongst others.
Add to this, a rare London show from Nosaj Thing – back with his unique blend of psychedelic hip hop. His finely tuned live set mesmerises crowds on every occasion and we are expecting big things for this show! After releasing an incredible body of work himself Nosaj has remixed Islands by the XX which was everyone’s favourite last year, plus the amazing co-production with Kendrick Lamar.
Innovative as ever, Ninja Tune’s Eskmo completes the triple headline line-up, serving up an ever evolving cross genre set featuring live electronics cut to his own live vocals. With a new LP on the way we are expecting some exclusives as well as classic material from his last records on Ninja Tune and Warp plus the amazing Eskamon LP produced with Amon Tobin.
Needless to say this will be a very special night!
Sound Colour Vibrationn Online Radio Volume 128
Music for Relaxation and Meditation #5
Compiled and Mixed by Eusebio Akasa
- Gorodisch-Setting Sail (finger plucking)
- Gandhi (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Composed by Ravi Shankar-31st January 1948 (mantra)
- Ravi Shankar-Raga Hamsadhwani (sitar)
- Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada-HARE KRSNA
- Weather Report-Badia (sped up african singing voice)
- Olantunji!-Oya (drums-overlaps with monkey chant)
- Golden Rain-The Ramayana Monkey Chant
- The Gyuto Monks- Guhyasamaja Tantra, Chapter II (zen chant)
- Scott, Yuize, & Yamamoto-Is not all one? (flute)
- Unable to Identify (chinese space song)
- Georgia Kelly-Tarashanti (Harp)
- Teebs-Verbena Tea with Rebekah Raff (harp into bass)
- Moby-My Weakness (singing prayer)
- The Cinematic Orchestra-Dawn (orchestra)
- Venetian Snares-Colorless (gospel choir)
- Pergolesi-Stabat Mater:Quando Corpus Morietur (Gospel choir with rain)
- Mystic Moods Orchestra-Theme from the New Testament (piano)
- Music of Morocco, Collected by Ray Horricks-The Muezzin Calls the Faithful to Prayer (chant/prayer)
- Ravi Shankar/George Fenton-Salt (indian chant)
- Ravi Shankar/George Fenton-1.Vaishnava Janato (indian woman singing) Raghupati
- Raghava Raja Ram (when song speeds up)
- Gorodisch-Homeward (finger plucking)
Photo credit: Luis Argerich
Art credit: Mati Klarwein
Dublab’s all night, ambient music happening “Tonalism” comes to El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas on Saturday, March 10th
What a beautiful world we live in when the fine people at dublab come together to curate an all night ambient music showcase in the middle of the Texan desert. Yes, you read that right, dublab are curating “TONALISM” – a captivating and illustrious 12 hour ambient music festival in the gorgeous backdrop of Marfa, Texas. Yes that is the same Marfa, Texas that was the brilliant scenery in one of our favorite films, Paul Thomas Anderson’s THERE WILL BE BLOOD. Bring your tee pees, tents, and all your other camping materials because this dusk-til-dawn event will be going down at the El Cosmico camping grounds in Marfa. The thought of sleeping under the starry skies of the beautiful Texan terrain while artists such as Matthewdavid, Sneaky Snake, Sun Araw, and many others comfort your ears, eyes and heart with their colorful soundscapes. This is truly an extraordinary music and art event that will go down the weekend before SXSW, so if you’re coming to Texas early, make sure to spend the night at El Cosmico with the lovely dublab and friends. Dublab turned 12 last year and we were fortunate enough to be on site for a complete photo set. Artists include Take, Teebs, Daedelus, The Gaslamp Killer and more, check out the full photo set here.
TONALISM an all night ambient music happening in Marfa, Texas
Saturday, March 10 2012
6:00 PM – 06:00 AM
DUBLAB, El Cosmico & Marfa Public Radio present:
an all night ambient music happening
Tonalism will be broadcast live on the airwaves of KRTS 93.5fm, Marfa Public Radio.
Music ticket only: $20
Music ticket + Saturday night camping pass: $32
Purchase tickets here.
This happening is the weekend prior to SXSW so if you’re headed to Austin from the west coast come join us on the way!
Tonalism is s dusk-to-dawn event inspired by La Monte Young’s “Dream House” as well as the work of musicians and composers such as Terry Riley, Yoko Ono and John Cage. Tonalism combines harmonious textures in a surround sound system with visual elements to create an atmosphere where the audience is encouraged to bring pillows, cushions and sleeping bags to lay down, listen and watch for an extended period of time. DJs, live musicians and video artists play and perform throughout the night; starting at sunset and ending at sunrise. Complimentary tea and water are provided to all who attend.
Open wide to a new world. Expansive radiance awaits in this environment of elevation. We have entered a glowing landscape of transformative tones. The horizon line fades and every edge softens. Natural laws dissolve as we float on pure sound particles. Vibration has become the new vision and your being beams brightly, blurring into harmonic hum with the universe. “You” and “I” are no longer. This is all together. Transformation complete.
For the full description of the camp grounds and natural terrain that Tonalism is held at, please visit dublab’s event page.
Matthewdavid’s “Outmind” (Brainfeeder 2011)
The Tonalism Playbutton
dublab’s Tonalism Playbutton is here!!! This is a wearable, ambient music experience. You can turn your favorite, soft sweater into an article of sheer, soothing sound by pinning this gorgeous collection of music to your chest.
The first batch of these Playbuttons were sent around the world as “thank you” gifts to dublab listeners who generously supported us during our “Sounds of Symmetry” Proton Drive fundraiser.
Tonalism Playbutton Compilation Track Listing:
Playbutton Track Listing:
- Lucky Dragons “Changing Tempers”
- Golden Hits “Shimmer”
- SFV Acid “Stanley’s Dream2″
- Julia Holter “Cordula: Murder Ballad” (Free MP3 Download)
- Marcus Fischer “Three Drifts”
- Pharaohs “By Moonlight”
- Windy & Carl “Live at The Cave”
- Julianna Barwick “Threads”
- White Rainbow & Matthewdavid “Jungle Hassle Struts”
Mastered by: Jake Viator
camera operators : jason valdez & chuck fry
edited by : chuck fry
additional editing by : neil goodman
music by : james pants
shot on : Gopro HD, Gopro SD, Flip HD, Flip SD, Kodak Playtouch
Collections 01: Confronting the Masterful Prowess and Evident Genius of a Melodic Sovereign
One thing comes to mind when characterizing the creative genius and penetrating affect of the electronic musician and artist Teebs: a seductive allure of enchantment that can only be attained through a transgression of the here and now. Abstract, I know, but describing the trance-like state evoked by his music is far more complex than something as easy as ‘heavenly’ or ‘soothing’. There are very few artists who have the ability to induce such lucidity and guide their listener through a euphoric bliss with that everlasting yearn for more. Born in New York to parents of Malawi and Barbados decent, Mtendere Mandowa, aka Teebs, is an LA-based canorous beast. There is no doubt that this electronic artist and Brainfeeder prodigy has the natural ability to birth a spiritual presence within the peaceful acquisition of his music.
With the amount of layers of sound that so naturally fall into place, Teebs has created an audio-stratum that many of us would have untouched had we not experienced his talent and keen ear for music firsthand with albums like Ardour; his first 2010 album released by Brainfeeder. Our ears perk up to the multifaceted and highly multidimensional sounds that swallow our brain once a track like ‘Gordon‘-tenth track off of Ardour- hits us. When the angelic vocals of one of Sound Colour Vibration’s favorites, Gaby Hernandez, speak to us in ‘Long Distance‘-Teebs’ fourth track off Ardour- we exhale with a sigh of relief that, “Yes, there is something that can give me peace and be that liaison between me and my ideal spiritual state.”
There is no doubt that Teebs is a Melodic Sovereign liberating us from life’s restraints. His layered melodies couple with a raw and honest emotion. This formula, mastered by Teebs, is representative of something so unique and yet so simple. If you have the ear and the heart, the rest is bound to come. And, in the particular instance of both albums, Ardour and Collections 01, Teebs proves that music is more than just an abstract. Music is our release from the shackles that threaten us with that habitual monotone lifestyle of mediocrity. Once touched by the ecstasy woven throughout the many colors and shapes of Teebs’ mastery, you realize you have taken on the role of Alice slowly falling through a tunnel of tranquility. Teebs has created a rabbit hole with no end in sight, and will forever guide you through what I’d like to call a scintillating kaleidoscope exposing your entire being to a forbidden notion of reality and spiritual vitality.
If you are a fan of (DJ) Nobody, a man who has the ingenious ability to mix such abrasive and fringe tracks into seductive pieces that are so delicate and yet so violently alluring, then you will understand the idiosyncrasy present in each other’s work. Whether direct or indirect, both musicians have tapped into a similar influence evoking the depth and emotion necessary for their listeners to fully attain that Cocker trance-like state.
Although he has only come to release one formal solo album, Ardour, prior to Brainfeeder’s initial digital release and forthcoming December 16th vinyl release of 2011’s Collections 01, Teebs has developed quite the repertoire among his fellow colleagues, musicians, and avid listeners. With multiple collaborative projects released through labels such as Planet Mu, Sunless Records, Proximital Records, and Svetlana Industries –just to name a few- Teebs has proven to the world that the number of formal solo albums released in one’s career has no bearing on the acquisition of clout within the melodic realm. Teebs is an unmistakable force. The haunting cover art of the Collections 01 LP, painted by Teebs himself, provokes an eager sense to abandon the present and escape into an abyss of Teebs’ suggested artistry of soulful restoration and absolute bliss. From the cover art to the trace-inducing tracks, Collections 01 is more than just an album, but an audio-collective.
Collections 01, released through the pivotal label, Brainfeeder, can only be described as just that; a collection of sounds impeccably mastered into a mosaic of something as ambient, and as intense, as what I’d imagine to be an exotic and hypo-purified euphoria. These songs are the birthing of, not one instance or blocked time period, but a collection of acquired harmonies throughout a time span of numerous phases and instances. Exclusively recorded in his L.A. home, Teebs has delivered an album that encompasses what his signature vibe is all about: Absolute Beauty.
Teebs has definitely catered to a broader demographic with Collections 01. The collaborative efforts of artists like fellow Brainfeeder, Rebekah Raff, and accomplished pianist, musician, and composer Austin Peralta, enables Collections 01 to present itself with the assertive backbone of heavier beats and thicker baselines that illustrate a cutting-edge approach more distinct than that of Ardour. ‘Pretty Polly‘-Teebs’ third track off of Collections 01-is just an example of a perfect track showcasing the idea that an unorthodox combination of beats and melodies can form such a serine and honest sound, as if two such opposites were so blatantly made for one another. Teebs is nothing short of on point when laying down a thick simple beat laced with the angelic and childlike vocals present in ‘Pretty Polly’.
Teebs has definitely kicked it up a notch with Collections 01. With sounds and songs reminiscent of those found in Ardour, Collections 01 smacks us with a side of Teebs not present in his first album; undeniably fierce prowess. Collections 01 proves that Teebs has conjured up the forceful application of unorthodox instruments and worldly sounds that broaden his music with the added touch of multiculturalism and what can only be described as sheer genius.
- Just the Yellow Bits
- Cook, Clean, Pay the Rent (New House Version)
- Pretty Poly
- Verbena Tea with Rebekah Raff
- Your Favorite Weekday
- LSP feat. Austin Peralta
- While You Dooooo (Extended)
- Red Curbs Loop (Stuff I Dream About)
- Yellow More New
Teebs submitted the following statement to Brainfeeder that was included in their article for the release: “With this record I’m trying to imagine a side project or group of mine that just so happened to make the same exact music as I’m making now. These records are neither EPs or full albums. Just mini collections of ideas…I hope to release them randomly through my life as if they were paintings in a drawn out series. The vibe I want people to be sent off with is a feeling of going out and buying some kind of rare library record they always wanted and not a “new album/EP.” This will be the first ‘Collections’.”
From Theo Jemison: Mini Documentary of the artwork of Mtendere Mandowa visual artist and musician aka Teebs. Music track ‘LSP’ featuring Austin Peralta from Teebs’ 2nd record “Collections 01″ on Brainfeeder.