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74 Miles Away - Gear Change LP // Teaser

MonkeyRobot on April 23, 2013 05:43

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    74 MILES AWAY is a collaboration between producer duo MonkeyRobot, jazz pianist/composer Pierre Anckaert and flutist Stefan Bracaval. They’ll take you on a trip from the era of Bob James, Weather Report and Herbie Hancock, 80’s boogie to the future beat sound of today. Heavy analogue synth action and deep Moog basslines are omnipresent, keeping the lush Fender Rhodes sound in balance.

    74 MILES AWAY’s first eponymous album was released on Melting Pot Music (2011) and featured collaborations with AHU, Miles Bonny & Carina Andersson (4 Hero). A first single from this album Same Dream Again was released on the infamous London-based label Brownswood.

    Early 2013 this Belgian combo hit the studio again which resulted in this 8-track, fully instrumental album, powered by our longtime partners at Laid Back.
    Eager to play and please, the band puts emphasis on their energetic live shows. And they are a real treat at the bar too, by the way.


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    1. Looking good
    2. Brusseleiro
    3. Nothing is for free
    4. Little fatima
    5. Gear change
    6. Axel foley
    7. Sly
    8. Seven four

    Digital pre-order :
    Vinyl release : 10 -06 - 2013

    All tracks written & produced by : 74 Miles Away
    Recorded and mixed by : Jean Vanesse @ Greenhouse studio
    Mastering: Vincent De Bast @ Sonarstudios

    Official Release date: 17- 05 - 2013

    Physical Distribution: The Pusher Distribution
    Digital Distribution: Fine Tunes

    Powered by : Laid Back -


    Released by: Laid Back
    Release/catalogue number: LDBK 003
    Release date: May 17, 2013


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