Africa HiTech - 93 Million Miles FLAC album
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Album · 2011 · 11 Songs. 93 Million Miles Africa Hitech.
The title of Africa Hitech's debut album, 93 Million Miles, refers to the distance between the Earth and the Sun, but it could just as well allude to the stylistic lengths spanned by the record itself, which dips its toes in everything from grime and juke to ambient field recordings and jazz. There's a danger when taking on a wealth of different, very clearly defined sounds that the result could sound like casual genre-hopping, or a lack of focus, but instead is extremely well paced and well crafted
93 Million Miles (CDr, Album, Copy Prot. The title track is dreamy but has a sharp Detroitian edge to it, speeding up and slowing down for rhythmic interest.
BPM Profile 93 Million Miles. Album starts at 142BPM, ends at BPM (-142), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs. bad guy (Billie Eilish). xxxx (Indian Summer). Perfect (Ed Sheeran). Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen).
Not Africa Hitech pair Mark Pritchard and Steve Spacek. They’ve seen the pyramids aflame with the righteous fires of democracy, and the mobile phone-shaped coffins Ghanaians bury their dead in, and decided to make an album of arid, forward-facing Chicagoan footwork. It may not have much to do with African dance music, but hey, it’s a connected world we’re living in, Disraeli, so take that dour glare off your face and join the fucking party.
Africa Hitech - 93 Million Miles Sampler.
Unsurprisingly, Smith and Pritchard’s voracious listening habits foster a very physical dance music fusion, one that batters, smacks, and rattles with a significant amount of tension.
The combined artistic force of Mark Prichard (Harmonic 313/Global Communication) and Steve Spacek, Africa HiTech is a musical pairing that bares astonishingly perfumed fruit. Blurring the lines of rhythmic expectancy, the tracks strewn across their debut 93 Million Miles (the distance of earth from the sun) play with the notion of what you’d expect from the pairing
Africa Hitech is an English electronic music project consisting of Mark Pritchard and Steve Spacek. They released their first EP Blen on 19 April 2010 and a second, Hitecherous, on 28 June 2010. Their debut album 93 Million Miles was released on 16 May 2011.
|1||93 Million Miles|
|2||Do U Wanna Fight|
|3||Out In The Streets|
|8||Light The Way|
|11||Don't Fight It|
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- Copyright (c) – Warp Records Limited
- Written-By – Mark Pritchard (tracks: 1 to 8, 10, 11), Steve White (tracks: 1, 2, 5 to 7, 9, 11)
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