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MBR382 | 2020-05-08  
For its 382nd release, MoBlack Records summons Elfenberg and Kintar on remix duties, to pay homage to the very deity that breathes lifeblood and soul to the music the label has grown to stand for. Spanish producer, Kintar maneuvers our descent into "Alkebulan," vigorously unleashing fundamental energy from earth all the way to fingertips, awakening sensory impulses with his reinterpretation - a rhapsodic intercourse of mundane instruments and a forward-thinking yet equally deferential electronic touch. Amidst a robust build up, a mesmerizing tribal chant tumbles in tension, poignant electronic riff and tender melodies groove, exposing the beauty of complexity and the rich strata of history and stories inherent in the 'mother of mankind.'
Kintar's dynamic rendition gives way to Elfenberg's original, and as ears are stretched taut from its precursor's temper, the celestial B-side sinks in deeper and elevates to a blissful state of trance with no resistance. The Swedish duo disseminate a touching melody and transient vocals into the wind, drawing on delicate drums and solemn percussion to exhale perpetual motion. While the remix engages bodies to dance more, "Alkebulan" allows minds to wander further, whether farther or deeper, harnessed by the warmth of land, comforted by reprieve within the bosom of earth, the mother.

Press text by Marie J Floro

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