Teebs - Ardour CD

Teebs - Ardour CDTeebs
Label: Brainfeeder
Year: 2010
Price: $15.95
Format: CD

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As music from the Los Angeles area thrives and swells across the globe, Teebs, one of its most beloved and deeply rooted members steps out with an LP full of infectious melodies, subtle hip-hop and a kaleidoscope of sound on the budding Flying Lotus label Brainfeeder. Ardour is the debut album by the long time running Dublab artist, originally born in New York to Malawi and Barbados origins, and bounced around the East Coast before finally planting his feet in the Southern California suburb of Chino Hills. After a skateboard injury sidelined Teebs, it led to a concentration on art and music. Early in his pursuits, Teebs joined a group of like-minded friends and producers who went by the name My Hollow Drum. Within this crew, he was able to build new ideas, share works and perfect his production craft. Intrigued with what was going on in Los Angeles' evolving electronic scene, he never expected to fall directly into it. A chance meeting with Flying Lotus led to his involvement and joining of the newly founded Brainfeeder collective. Ardour was made during two major periods of his life. Having just lost his job and with little to no money, Teebs moved into the same apartment complex as Flying Lotus and shared living quarters with Samiyam where he completed the first half of the album. After the young producer's father passed away, he moved back home and stopped making music for a while but eventually picked up where he left off and two years later, the result is more than just an album, but a piece of Teebs' life. ''Teebs' music sounds like an island vacation...the way Avatar looks.'' says Flying Lotus.

1.You've Changed
2.Bound Ball
3.Double Fifths
4.While You Doooo
7.Wind Loop
8.Lakeshore Ave.
9.Arthur's Birds
11.Bern Rhythm
12.Felt Tip
13.King Bathtub
14.My Whole Life
15.Long Distance (feat. Gaby Hernandez)
16.Why Like This
17.Humming Birds
18.Autumn Antique

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