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Orgone - Killion Vaults
CD Album
£12.99

Orgone

Killion Vaults

Ubiquity

Released: 6th May 2013 | 18 track funk album

Orgone dropped Cali Fever, their second album for Ubiquity earlier this year. They have also played a ton of dates including Jazz Fest, the High Sierra Festival, been touring with the Roots, and Greyboy Allstars, and opening for bands as varied as Snoop Dogg, Sharon Jones and Gil Scott-Heron. With new management pushing Orgone out to as many dates as they can handle, the band have been selling out of merch on every road trip - so they decided that it was time for a new album for their newfound and rapidly expanding fanbase.

Somehow, amidst their insane schedule they have put together a brand new, exclusive and all-instrumental album for Ubiquity called Killion Vaults.

Showcasing the bands instrumental side the album plays (and looks!) like an old-school library record – packed with tunes for movies as yet unmade, and chase-scenes not yet driven. Like every Orgone record it shifts through multiple gears encompassing sly downtempo funk like the Hammond-drenched Dramatic Times and The Interloper, to bouncing percussion driven joints like Counting One You and Impala, while Water Pot Pans and Dead Reckoning add a nice new psychedelic-cinematic dimension to the Orgone sound.

Killion Vaults could easily be mistaken for a rare old collectible release, but as with all Orgone productions they made their blend of live organics as beefy as possible so it's a great DJ record as much as it is a good listen.