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The Balek Band
Médecines

Médecines
MédecinesMédecines

Catno

TBB001

Formats

2x Vinyl LP Album

Country

France

Release date

Jun 2, 2022

Le Discopathe Montpellier Balek Band

Abstrack France kicks off with Medecines, which is a first album for the Balek Band and label. It is, they say, "the product of a magma of influences, the emanation of large decade of music infused lives." It is also a deeply absorbing musical landscape with cosmic overtones, spiritual moods and elements of everything from kraut to dub to disco, funk and more. A rich array of instruments and percussion join the retro-future synth work to make each track busy and compelling, fresh and unique. It's an escapist and therapeutic listen that works both in the club, at home, in the car or on the beach.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

29€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

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A1

Introspection

3:47

A2

Charbon Alcool

6:42

A3

Balek Zouk

6:34

B1

Blanc Nuit

6:49

B2

Hagen & Again

6:00

C1

The Balek Bad

6:04

C2

Lenteur

6:25

D1

Cosmic Barry

6:18

D2

Kenesam

6:56

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