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Almostallaccordion

by Noaccordion

Effected accordion, analog synth, electronic beats and bass, beat box, latin american percussion, MC’s, trumpet and trippy female vocals that sounds as if Gogol Bordello, Gotan Project, Portishead and Nina Hagen all joined forces.
Genre: World: Gypsy
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2. Little Birdies
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3. Like a Feather
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4. Curiousity
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5. Tamburello
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The second EP by Noaccordion was soley produced by Onah Indigo in Oakland, California. This EP, described as “gypsy electronica triphop”, takes Noaccordion’s sounds to another level as it blends electronic beats and bass with live Latin American percussion, tango with hip hop, punk with trip hop and gypsy with drum and bass. The second EP embraces new musical collaborators including Evan Fraser(master percussionist), Mastahlock(beat box), Taj Angelo(MC), Abai(electronic music producer), Chatter(MC), and Danny Cao(trumpet). As opposed to the debut EP that had one song with a dash of accordion, the second EP features the accordion on four out of six songs. A few months after Noaccordion’s first CD release party, Onah moved to San Francisco to complete her Music and Architecture Degree at UC Berkeley and graduated in December 2011. Having lived most of her life in small towns, upon moving to the Bay Area, she finally entered into a much larger and more vibrant music scene than she had ever experienced. Through local stellar jam sessions she met most of her new amazing musical collaborators who have helped add a whole new dimension to the Noaccordion sound.


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