Stick In The Wheel: Presents Perspectives On Tradition

Stick In The Wheel SKU: 42631798
Stick In The Wheel: Presents Perspectives On Tradition

Stick In The Wheel: Presents Perspectives On Tradition

Stick In The Wheel SKU: 42631798

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Presents Perspectives On Tradition
Artist: Stick In The Wheel
Label: From Here Records
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 5056032363410
Genre: Folk

Stick In The Wheel latest collaborative release invites contemporary musicians to explore what the idea of traditional music and culture means to them, through the archive at Cecil Sharp House. DMC scratch champion Jon1st looks at samples and fragments of music and folklore from his home city of Leicester; DJ, musician and broadcaster Nabihah Iqbal discovers the Dorset folk songs contemporary to Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles, and Metronomy's Olugbenga focuses on Nigerian folktales and Kenyan field recordings. The result is a surprising collection of forward-thinking music looking at the notion of fragments, archives, and the function of traditional music in 2022. Whether that's the traditions of scratching and sampling, how we can relate to others across borders and cultures, or attempting to make sense of the prism of an archive, this release is essential listening at the cutting-edge of experimentation through the blurring of forms.

Tracks:
1.1 The Milkmaid (W/ Nabihah Iqbal)
1.2 The Ballad of Black Annis (W/ Jon1St)
1.3 Farewell He (W/ Nabihah Iqbal)
1.4 Devil in the Well / Bright-Eyed Boy (W/ Olugbenga Adelekan)
1.5 Let No Man Steal Your Thyme (W/ Jon1St)
1.6 Euphoric Clashes (W/ Nabihah Iqbal, Jon1St ; Olugbenga Adelekan)
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