No label profit and reduced price - all proceeds going to Mubashira Mataali Group in solidarity with those affected by the pandemic.
Full sleeve and label artwork on this one. Pressed with two tracks to a side at 33rpm with excellent bass, treble and everything in between. Excellent noise to floor ratio (noise barely audible) even in quiet vocal passages. Our mastering engineer Frank Merritt's finest work yet for us!
Includes unlimited streaming of Mubashira Mataali Group REPRESS (BLIP007)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Streaming + Download
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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£3GBP or more
Any 12" record + tote bag
£5 DISCOUNT BUNDLE! New Blip Discs totes! Heavy duty black tote bag which can fit LOADS of records plus other things. How about making the first record for your tote bag a Blip Discs record?
IMPORTANT: Leave a note with your order specifying which one you want (currently in stock: BLIP008/BLIP007/BLIP005/BLIP004).
Tote bag dimensions are 38 x 42cm.
100% cotton fabric and 10 litre capacity.
Please note these are not due to ship until the 2nd of September 2019.
Since racking up serious play from the likes of Gilles Peterson, Hunee, Jon K and more last year this release quickly flew. Don't expect this time around will be much different... cop now.
A collection of killer dancefloor curveballs from Kampala, Uganda, performed and composed by the traditional mataali drum and vocal troupe Mubashira Mataali Group (pron: moo-ba-shee-ra). Esoteric and unusual although fantastically joyous to listen and dance to, the unbelievably tight multitude of percussionists provide the perfect backdrop for musician-come-filmstar Sulaiman Sulait to deliver his entrancing vocal performance with a strong islamic message at the heart.
PS: Remember you can pay as you feel. This one is particularly important as proceeds go back to Uganda and enable all involved to keep on producing this brilliant yet under represented music.
released March 30, 2018
Performed by Mubashira Mataali Group
Engineered by Jude from the National Theatre, Kampala and Blip Discs
Mixed by Pete 'PQ' Jones
Mastered by Frank Merritt at The Carvery, London
Cover illustration by Karolin Ohrnberger
Typography and graphic design by Ross Aitken
Distributed by Rubadub
Made possible thanks to Arts Council England/Nyege Nyege Festival (Uganda)/Bayimba Festival (Uganda)