Sudakistan – “Concrete Jungle”

November 5, 2015 at 2:53 pm

Sudakistan

I’m staying a little bit longer in the garage today, now in the company of Sudakistan, latino rhythms and psychadelia. Their awaited album “Caballo Negro”, produced by Joakim Åhlund and Luke Reilly, will be released on the 20th of November, and during the Autumn they have served us a couple of tracks to taste from the record:

Sudakistan on Facebookon Spotifyon Apple Music

Tomeu Alcover and Nit Project

January 10, 2012 at 4:13 pm

Tomeu Alcover

We’ve met Tomeu Alcover and his nylon-stringed guitar before here on Meadowmusic. The songs we presented then finally found a home in November on his new album “Transparent”. Accompanied by drummer Robert Ikiz and bass player Kristian Lind he’s created a soft, beautiful album with his own mix of  jazz, latino, flamenco, folk and classical influences. You can listen to the whole album on his site.

Besides this solo album he also released another album in the same month, “Història Sobre Blanc”, but this time performing under the name Nit Project. This is also instrumental music, but using piano and synths in beautiful, slightly mellow and minimalistic arrangements. It feels filmic and has also been used as the soundtrack for the Spanish TV series “Història Sobre Blanc”. Listen to the other songs on Nit Project’s site.

Two and a Half Years (Tomeu Alcover, “Transparent”)
Juga amb mi (Nit Project, “Història Sobre Blanc”)

Tomeu Alcover

October 21, 2008 at 1:00 pm

TomeuMusic through the fingertips

Intrumental music talks to me in quite a different way than when it’s accompanied by vocals and lyrics. It flows more freely through my ear canals and creates a contact with my emotional self. And Tomeu’s music makes my argentinian blood swell in lustfulness and makes me homesick. ‘Cause deep down, there lives an acoustic guitar.
In Tomeu’s music I can hear influences of flamenco, classical music, jazz, blues and world music. Originally he’s from Mallorca where he started his guitar lessons with Damià Timoner.

After a short jump to Barcelona he continued his education with the grammy winner David Rusell, and with the highly regarded Manuel Granados, and his assistant David Leiva. After this he travelled to Sweden, where he’s now working on his upcoming album with the drummer Robert Ikiz and the bass player Kristian Lind. The producer is Josep Umbria.

Solely for Meadow Music he has mixed down two tracks, but tells me to point out that these are not finished tracks, just a taste from the upcoming record. The album will be finished by next summer.

Leia’s Song
A Time In Barcelona

Listen more on his Myspace page

(Ta)Basko Stockholm

October 21, 2008 at 1:28 am

Basko StockholmThe name of the band was Tabasco Stockholm when they started in 2006. But after receiving a couple of rather less joyful letters from the legal representatives of a certain sauce brand, they decided to change the name to Basko Stockholm.

The original name came from that the association of the spicyness of their music. And spicy it is. And playful, lively and with a lot of musical joy. And this joy they have shared with the people in Stockholm in quite a few appreciated gigs for a couple of years.

Here you’ll find a nice blend of pop, rock, a lot of back beat and a real dose of latino feeling. I have to mention the brilliant guitar play, which doesn’t hesitate to break in with great sounding solos.

On their site you can listen to and download all their recorded music. You can also read their story and watch their videos. And on their Myspace page you can listen more and talk to the band.
JRight now they are recording a new EP with seven tracks., and you can follow their work, track by track on their home page.

Listen to three great songs:

Love and Caffeine
Cashflow
Good Luck Charm

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