Sunday, 15 January 2012

Invisible System: The Cauldron By David Honigmann : The Financial Times An overflow of every possible form of music Invisible System’s cauldron is overflowing with what at times feels like scraps of every possible form of music. The best thing here is “Mama Yey”, on which Sydney Salmon sings a lazy Lover’s Rock tribute to Ethiopia before the song ends with Zewditu Tadesse’s voice orbiting amid tiny pinpricks of harp. Elsewhere, “Coven” throbs with grungy guitars, and “Azmari Fuse” burns up in a blaze of rhythm. Invisible System The Cauldron (Harper Diabate) Invisible System: The Cauldron - FT.com www.ft.com Invisible System’s cauldron is overflowing with what at times feels like scraps of every possible form of music. The best thing here is “Mama Yey”, on which Sydney Salmon sings a lazy Lover’s Rock tribute to Ethiopia before the song ends with

Invisible System: The Cauldron
By David Honigmann : The Financial Times
An overflow of every possible form of music

Invisible System’s cauldron is overflowing with what at times feels like scraps of every possible form of music. The best thing here is “Mama Yey”, on which Sydney Salmon sings a lazy Lover’s Rock tribute to Ethiopia before the song ends with Zewditu Tadesse’s voice orbiting amid tiny pinpricks of harp. Elsewhere, “Coven” throbs with grungy guitars, and “Azmari Fuse” burns up in a blaze of rhythm.
Invisible System
The Cauldron
(Harper Diabate)

Invisible System: The Cauldron - FT.com
www.ft.com
Invisible System’s cauldron is overflowing with what at times feels like scraps of every possible form of music. The best thing here is “Mama Yey”, on which Sydney Salmon sings a lazy Lover’s Rock tribute to Ethiopia before the song ends with