Jim Boz | Viper Pit

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Viper Pit

by Jim Boz

The nexus of World Fusion organics and electronics.
Genre: Electronic: Folktronic
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1. Viper Pit
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2. Glow
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3. Selimah (Osiris Mix)
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4. Umaa
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5. Silica
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6. Ma'asalaama (Hello Sweetie Mix)
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7. Tapestry
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8. Hadara (Drone Mix)
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9. Hadara (Dark Bang Mix)
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10. Tribal Breakbeat
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11. Separation
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Album Notes
The latest release from International dance & music artist Jim Boz, "Viper Pit" is a mixture of the organic textures, melodies and rhythms from the Middle East, Turkey and India mixed with original electronic programming, mixing and production - the nexus of traditional elements with beats, synth textures and effects.


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Jeff Johnston

Trapped in the Viper Pit
Jim Boz has created the perfect match of the Middle East with Electronica. His original effects and synth recordings are nothing short of brilliant! A fan of Middle Eastern dance will find a plethora of rhythms to get the belly moving but tracks such as Glow and Umaa , with hints of Industial, easily make the transition to club staples. Viper Pit is destined to remain on my play list for quite a while.