Diasonics - Origin Of Forms


Welcome to “hussar funk”, that’s how The Diasonics call their music: a style that blends infectious deep funk instrumentals, East European flavours, hip-hop rhythms and psychedelia. Firmly rooted in the late 60s and early 70s, their debut album Origin of Forms was recorded on an 8-channel Japanese tape recorder Otari MX-5050 MK III at The Diasonics HQ’s Magnetone Studio in Moscow and was mixed by Henry Jenkins (The Cactus Channel / Karate Boogaloo) in Melbourne. All the band’s influences are well reflected in the heavy cinematic sound of the 12 tracks of their debut LP. From the Eastern funk atmosphere of tracks such as Almandine and Salmanazar to the trip-hoppish solid groove of Spiders and Andromeda; from the 70s heavy cinematic moods of Origin and Affair, to instrumental soul gems such as Kayana and BalanceOrigin of Forms has the power to hypnotize you, captivating you from start to finish. Built on dope funk (in the truest sense), supplemented by raw soul and deep wicked Eastern grooves, the 40+ minutes of Origin Of Forms can either plunge the listener into a comfortable melancholy, or cause themunstoppabledance impulses.

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