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Music of African Heritage

12 " Foulden Road - Neue Grafik Ensemble

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Side A

1A Foulden Road (3:42)
2A Dalston Junction (feat Brother Portrait & Esinam) (1:28)
3A Voodoo Rain (feat Nubya Garcia) (4:01)
4A Something Is Missing (6:05)

Side B

1B Hotel Laplace (feat Allysha Joy) (5:26)
2B Hedgehog's Dilemma (feat Brother Portrait) (3:48)
3B Dedicated To Marie Paule (feat Brother Portrait) (4:26)



French producer, instrumentalist and DJ, Neue Grafik, has been building a strong rep for himself over the past few years, releasing records previously on labels such as Rhythm Section, 22a, CoOp Presents and Wolf Music. His sound is a hybrid of jazz, house and hip hop, all with his unique geographical flavours of African ethnicity, Parisian roots and a love for London sounds like broken beat & grime thrown into the mix.

In his own words "this mini album has been conceived as a journey from Deptford to Dalston, right through Peckham. During a personal period of transition, I put this music forward at a crossroad of all my influences, taking the time to share and experiment with a band - more than that, an ensemble.

The idea is to incorporate musicians with their own sensibilities, collaborating together as a reflection of our society; unreal & rebellious, but with magic moments, and full of hope. The best representation of that is Total Refreshment Centre. This building and its community were a perpetual source of inspiration for me over the past two years & gladly allowed the creation of this project".

Having been first properly introduced to the community of the TRC during an after-hours jam, it came to TRC founder Lex Blondel's attention that Neue Grafik had some exquisite compositions of his own. A few weeks later, it was decided that Neue Grafik would form a band and that they would do their first gig at TRC, a week after the first day of rehearsals. No pressure…

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