SED021 | 2010-09-10  
Seed Recordings Presents PolyRhythmAs we continue support the Future of House Music these cats have been doing there thing the past few years we welcome PolyRhythm with open arms to the Seed Family!!

Uruguay is a relatively small country in South America that is usually not in the world's spotlight but with its recent World Cup run, people are starting to take notice.

What Uruguay lacks in size it makes up for in culture. At the center of that culture, is El Tambor or the Drum. The Tambor EP has been inspired by this culture and the live drums used are authentic Uruguayan quintos made in Uruguay.

The EP also tries to capture the Charrua Spirit of the culture by replicating the native flute sounds used by the Charrua people. The Charrua's are the native americans of Uruguay who were known for their warrior spirit and traditional wooden flute music. Take a listen and experience the blend of Uruguayan culture with the new age sound. Hope you enjoy.

Esteban Fernandez would like to dedicate this performance to his dad Milton Fernandez who taught him everything he knows about El Tambor.

** Cover image is an actual photograph of Uruguayan Drums being fire-tuned before a drum session.


Credits:
*El Tambor
Produced by Val Carrique & David Jonez for PolyRhythm Music (ASCAP)
Percussions by Esteban Fernandez
Synth Lead By Bradford James

*Charrua
Produced by Val Carrique & David Jonez for PolyRhythm Music (ASCAP)
Percussions by Esteban Fernandez
Mixed by Vekz Madison

Executive Producers: Bradford James & Nef Nunez


Contact: polyrhythmnyc@gmail.com
Licensing: bjames@seedrecordings.com
http://seedrecordings.org

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