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Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath II

Label: Ubiquity Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Supernaut; Snowblind; Symptom Of The Universe featuring Aaron Behrens; Fairies Wear Boots; Children Of The Grave; Electric Funeral; Sweet Leaf; Sabbath Bloody Sabbath featuring Aaron Behrens.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brownout: Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath II

Read "Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath II" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Brownout bandleader and guitarist Adrian Quesada listened to a lot of different music, including blood-curdling heavy metal monsters Black Sabbath, while growing up in South Texas. Even while creating original music more reflective of their Mexican and American funk, blues and rock roots, he and his bandmates never lost their taste for Britain's Sabbath. Their first ...

Trans-Atlantic Psych Classics Vol 1

Label: Ubiquity Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Flexi Funk; Beer Good; Spread the Jam; Stealio; Mary's Chair; Go Go Go; Tennis Elbow; Mister Pink; Damn Skippy; Austin City Limiter; Jenn Wu; Fat Budda.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Electric Peanut Butter Company: Trans-Atlantic Psych Classics Vol 1

Read "Trans-Atlantic Psych Classics Vol 1" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Helping to establish the progressive Latin-salsa Grupo Fantastico and Latin funk legends Brownout is apparently not enough for Adrian Quesada, a multi-instrumentalist who specializes in guitars and production. So he teamed up and began working with one of Ubiquity Records' most unique compositional and instrumental wizards, Shawn Lee, who leads the Ping-Pong Orchestra and specializes in ...

Pulsion

Label: Ubiquity Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Kagemusha; Pulsion; Rituel; Resurrection; La Traque; Homo Analog; Audio Synthese; La Blanche; Complot; Shaman; Drama; En Sursis; Chroniques Marxiennes; French Connexion; Code Panthera; Kung Fu.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Afro Latin Vintage Orchestra: Pulsion

Read "Pulsion" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

A musician friend whose opinion I greatly respect shared with me that he enjoys listening to Pulsion, the fourth release by the Afro Latin Vintage Orchestra (ALVO), in two layers: The frothy jazz-influenced horn, brass and string arrangements on top and, like a musical parfait, the churning Latin, AfroCuban and other funk rhythms underneath.

The Story Teller

Label: Ubiquity Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Giraffe Crack; Laughing Jockey; No Contact...Contact; Miles Chillin'; Nina; JT Goldfish; Truth Seekin'; Thinkin' of Eva; Light as a Feather; Drunk Socks; Verbal Headlock.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Clutchy Hopkins: The Story Teller

Read "The Story Teller" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Clutchy Hopkins is one of the most inscrutable musical characters you'll ever meet, if you could meet him. No one seems to know who he is, including and especially his record label, or even if Clutchy Hopkins is a singular him or a collective them. Complicating the matter, The Story Teller has vocals but not one ...

Invisible Cities

Label: Ubiquity Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Invisible Cities; Bumbo; Waiting; Crescent; Patterns; Ma; Banners on High; Elijah; Nocturne.

Ghost Rock

Label: Ubiquity Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Brainwave; All the Stars; Round the Way; Rings; My Dear; Ghost Rock; Last Beat; Three Shades; Nova.


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