Tongue and Groove is proud to
announce the release of their 7th release, Outamba-"Fulani
Song", a tribal anthem from days past. Released in 1996 it
became a hit from the New York tribal clubs, to the California
This classic tribal tune, originally released on Eightball,
gets reworked by none other than Luzon. Luzon, AKA Stacy
Burket is the producer behind the 2001 monster tribal hits,
Manila Sunrise and The Bagio Track. Both of which were on
numerous, massive selling, compilations including the "Capetown"
& "Hong Kong" Global Underground series, Sasha and Digweed's
"Communicate" on Sony Music and Ministry of Sounds "The
Annual" Mixed CD.
"Fulani Song" sees Luzon return to his renowned use of dark,
banging, tribal rhythms. This time however, he layers the
ever-present groove with haunting African chanting. Staying
true to form, Luzon continues to let the sounds of the Jungle
and of native people's influence his hypnotic pulsating music.
It's easy to see why the worlds top DJ's like John Digweed,
Sasha, Dave Seaman and Danny Tenaglia have continued to
support his patented tribal sound. Very few producers these
days can take a dark and hard beat and make it absolutely
beautiful. TAG-07 is a musical journey into the darkest part
of Africa with Luzon as your tour guide. It even comes
complete with his Jungle smells.
This record is a must for the progressive tribal fans out
there. In a genre that can be repetitive and soulless, Luzon
can take your mind and body to places it's never been.
SIDE A - "Fulani Song"
1. LUZON remix:
An aggressive, tribal, and lusciously dark extended mix with a
nice build up and breakdown. Just when you think it's over
Luzon hits you with more of his hand crafted percussion,
riding off into the African sunset on his giraffe.
SIDE B "Fulani Song"
1. The "Ritual" mix."
2. The "Sacrifice" mix
The "Ritual Mix" is the original classic that contains a
tweaking synth line while the "Sacrifice" mix " has darker and
deeper percussion. Side B is no slouch compared to the new
mixes on side A. It will still fill your tribal fix.
For more information please contact Lynn Hasty at Green