Refix/Remix of Dorothy Asby’s “For some we loved”, taken from the album “The Rubaiyat of Dorothy Ashby” (1969-1970).
STUFF. Boiler Room Brussels Live Set at Bonnefooi
A fully instrumental set from this cool keyboard combo a group who’ve recorded previously for Melting Pot and Brownswood, but who somehow sound even greater here than ever before! The group features two guys on keys including Fender Rhodes, moog, and Wurlitzer mixed with guitars and samples, and some sweet funky flute too all at a level that trips easily between 70s and 80s spacey funk modes a vibe that handles all aspects of influence from Herbie Hancock, plus lots more exciting bits from the underground too! There’s plenty of jazz in the mix, but the
"Gear Change"- LP now on sale at Dusty Groove
New unreleased track (sept ‘13) from the MonkeyRobot vaults.
BRUSSELEIRO (OFFICIAL VIDEO CLIP) from album GEAR CHANGE by 74 Miles away
This clip gives you a look into our live experiences and backstage moments. The idea was basically to gather a sufficient volume of footage and content, during almost 2 years of live showcases, and to throw all those intense “on stage & backstage moments” into a video.
We take you back on a trip that all started in March 2011, where 74 Mies Away made their first introduction on stage. Discover images from gigs at Dour Festival (Dour), Gentse Feesten (Ghent), Bruksellive (Brussels), Elb Jazz Festival (Hamburg), local monkey business in the Bar du Matin (Brussels), … to radio showcases & interviews at Studio Brussel, Ferarock radio (FR) and Groove Merchants Radio Show (Vienna)
Hours and hours of footage that carefully has been handled and synced by our friends at saladetout.com
I’ve written before that if you want to make your music to stand out on the radio - make it dynamic. That bears repeating - crushed, hyper-compressed “loudness war” style music sounds even more lim…
Explaining the project “Gear Change” on local TV-station TV Brussel (in dutch, sorry :-) )