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Lakuta - Brothers & Sisters (2016)

25-08-2016, 09:22
2016 | Soul | Funk | World

Title: Brothers & Sisters
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Tru Thoughts
Genre: Funk, Soul, World
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 45:46
Total Size: 106 MB


01 Bata Boy 04:09
02 Rice And Peace 04:42
03 So Sue Us 03:39
04 Pique 05:09
05 Yansan 05:22
06 Changanya 05:18
07 Lose Yourself 04:32
08 Mr. Serious 04:59
09 Fear Go Running 04:15
10 Ultimate Robot 03:41

'Brothers & Sisters' is the debut album from Tru Thoughts new signing Lakuta. Referencing a fusion of musical styles, Lakuta draw on their funk, soul, electronic and world music backgrounds to unearth a conversation that explores modern and traditional approaches. The ensemble's new tropical album is produced by the respected Nick Faber, whose production identifies with the band's authentic afrobeat sound, switching up the groove to unlock the infectious energy which radiates from Lakuta's live performances.

Immersing themselves in their musical and multi-cultural heritages, the Brighton-based collective have roots that run through Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Malaysia, and Europe. The name Lakuta originates from Siggi's mother tongue and translates from Swahili to mean 'to find, meet and share'. Cicely explains "It's about feeling a sense of unity between humanity – there's no time for division, we have to work together and realise that we are all descended from the same place and need to treat each other as brothers and sisters." - "And of course, just make beautiful, beautiful music" Siggi says passionately.

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