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Unforscene - The Sulston Connection
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Unforscene

The Sulston Connection

Kudos

Released: 9th October 2000 | 6 track acid jazz ep
Unforscene are a Bristol based collective whose live and electronically manipulated sound amalgamates soundtrack music with a fusion of Latin and Hip-Hop creating an eclectic 'melting pot' sound that gives the music the best opportunity to be forever changing. Their influences stem from film score composers John Williams, Lalo Schifrin and Bernard Hermann and other musical pioneers such as Herbie Hancock, Tito Puente and the more recent sounds of Rainer Truby and Fila Brazillia. Their debut 'Remote Viewing' E.P. for the Kudos Records label caught the attention of the likes of Gilles Peterson, Ashley Beedle, Pete Lawrence, Laurent Garnier and Jazzanova to name a few. This, their newest record 'The Sulston Connection' is to be released on Monday 7th August in conjunction with their live performance at The Big Chill's Enchanted Garden 2000 festival (Friday 4th August at 5pm on the Main Stage). Look out for their debut album in the autumn. The CD single includes the first EP 'Remote Viewing' thus making it a mini-album at a single price ! What the Media have already said : 'Widescreen chill out that's as intimately funky as it is potentially filmic.' Calvin Bush: Muzik: June 2000 'Unadulterated joy to be had ''Let the Sun shine in ' Steve Nicholls: Wax: May 2000 www.unforscene.co.uk'