New Release: Analog Players Society – ‘Hurricane Season In Brooklyn’

 

Analog Players Society today release Hurricane Season In Brooklyn, their lush and rich new album that bursts with flavor.

The beauty of the Analog Players Society is the impressive array of artists that comprise the collective. Led by Amon, who’s who musicians from around the Brooklyn music scene jumped in on this project. Players include members from TV On The Radio, Tortured Soul, Escort, Beirut, Si*Se, Blitz the Ambassador and Akoya Afrobeat Ensemble.

The sounds are a colorful medley of funk, afrobeat, soul, and dub. Yum. Stream the entire project below and enjoy!

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New Release: Analog Players Society – ‘Vols. 1 & 2′ + MP3

 

Producer, engineer, and percussionist Amon (Turntables on the Hudson) leads the Analog Players Society, a collective and community of musicians rooted at The Hook Studio in Brooklyn, NY. Judging from their music, vibrance is at the helm. Today, the collective releases their Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 7″ projects, both of which you can stream tracks from below!

We particularly fancy the rework of the 1986 hit song “I Can’t Wait” by Nu Shooz featuring the magnificent Cecilia Stalin (Koop) over a full horn section

Free for download is Vince Guaraldi’s classic “Christmas Time Is Here.” Enjoy!

Watch their performance at Southpaw after the jump.

Analog Players Society – “I Can’t Wait” ft. Cecilia Stalin
 

Analog Players Society – “Let The Music Play” ft. Ethan White
 

Analog Players Society – “Dance Hall Days”
 

Analog Players Society – “Christmas Time Is Here” (Steppers Version) [MP3]
 

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Watch their Southpaw performance after the jump

Analog Players Society Live Video

 

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Last Friday saw the cracking live debut performance by Analog Players Society, the new band headed by percussionist Amon Drum (of Turntables on the Hudson and Afrokinetic fame). Kick your weekend off right with this funky jam session from their set at Southpaw in Brooklyn, and keep an eye out for their debut album, which is in the pipeline.