Following the great success of the CD & digital release of Electric Wire Hustle’s self entitled debut album and the great demand for vinyl, BBE now proudly presents the gatefold double LP edition of “Electric Wire Hustle”.
Developing their own sound and twist on modern hip hop, psychedelic and soul, New Zealand’s Electric Wire Hustle has forged a fresh sound that challenges genre boundaries and reconceptions. The music of EWH reaches forward while referencing key points of music’s past. Thick drums and percussion layered with synth lines, hints of Fender Rhodes and nylon stringed guitars have your neck snapping while your ear cranes to the evocative vocals of Mara TK.
Since forming in 2007 the trio of – Mara TK, Taay Ninh and Myele Manzanza - have experienced an outstanding response to their music. Their strong live shows have seen them support the likes of UK soul singer Alice Russell, Japan’s DJ Krush, Grooveman Spot
and U.S. psychedlic soul outfit SA-RA Creative Partners. EWH have also had the pleasure of collaborating with U.S. recording artists Georgia Anne Muldrow (Epistrophik Peach/SomeOthaShip/ Ubiquity Records), Atlanta based Stacy Epps, Mara’s dad; NZ blues legend Billy TK and UK future Soul exponent Steve Spacek who all feature on this album.
EWH have garnered unprecedented radio support worldwide most notably from the likes of BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Benji B, New York’s Tyler Askew and LA’s DJ Jamad. Their track ‘They Don’t Want’ skyrocketed to the number 1 spot on the Hype Machine (www.hypemcom) music and blog aggregator and was also selected by BBC Radio1’s Gilles Peterson as the first track to feature on his Brownswood Bubblers 5 Compilation.
A2 Gimme That Kinda
B2 Thank You Steve
B3 Walk On feat. Stacey Epps
B4 Buy Some Land Put A House On It
C1 This World feat. Georgia Ann Muldrow
C3 Burn feat. Billy TK
D2 They Don't Want
D3 Tom Boy
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