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Yancey Boys (J Dilla & Illa J) – Sunset BLVD.
Friday, November 29th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Yancey Boys (J Dilla & Illa J) – Sunset BLVD.

Image: 1585298 Delicious Vinyl proudly releases Sunset Blvd, the new album from Yancey Boys, the group piloted by John “Illa J” Yancey and Frank Nitt. The dynamic new collection is built around previously unheard tracks created by Illa J’s brother: the late, great J Dilla (James Yancey). With Frank Nitt’s standing as J Dilla Music Catalog Curator and the official approval of Yancey Media Group, all productions on Sunset Blvd originate from The Lost Scrolls — the stunning cache of beats Dilla left behind.

With its rapturous single “Quicksand” featuring Common, Sunset Blvd also teams Yancey Boys with De La Soul’s Posdnuos (“Beautiful”), The Pharcyde’s SlimKid3 (“Rock My World”), and T3 of Slum Village (“Jeep Volume”), making it clear that the Dilla legacy is being represented by those who knew and collaborated with Dilla in his lifetime. Additional guests on Sunset Blvd include DJs Rhettmatic, C-Minus, and J Rocc (Beat Junkies) as well as rap roughneck Guilty Simpson and R&B strongman Eric Roberson. “We’ve created an album that would make Dilla proud,” says Frank Nitt, who grew up with Dilla in Detroit. “But this isn’t a nostalgia trip: Dilla’s beats were so future-forward that they’re right on time in 2013, and we’ve assembled the best artists possible to represent that.”
The road to Sunset Blvd has been paved with hard work and sweet inspiration. In 2008, Illa J began making music under the Yancey Boys banner, with the guidance of Delicious Vinyl Co-Founder Michael Ross and utilizing beats his elder brother left behind. Ross explains: “Putting together the first Yancey Boys album was a unique opportunity to keep it all in the family by giving young Illa J a jump off with unreleased beats of his late great brother. In addition, the record was a unique way to satiate Dilla’s rabid fan base with a batch of undiscovered gems. On Sunset Blvd, Illa and Frank dive deep into to a new batch of stunning unreleased Dilla beats to take what we did on the first album to the next level.”

SIDE ONE:
1. Dilltro (feat. Dank)
2. Fisherman (feat. Vice, J Rocc, & Detroit Serious)
3. Lovin’ U (feat. Eric Roberson)
4. Go And Ask The DJ (feat. Guilty Simpson & J Rocc)
SIDE TWO:
5. Jeep Volume (feat. T3 & C-Minus)
6. Flowers (feat. Talib Kweli, Niko Gray, & Rhettmatic)
7. Honk Ya Horn (feat. J. Pinder)
SIDE THREE:
8. Slippin’ (feat. Early Mac)
9. Without Wings
10. Beautiful (feat. Posdnuos & Botni Applebum)
SIDE FOUR:
11. Quicksand (feat. Common & Dezi Paige)
12. Rock My World (feat. SlimKid3 & Niko Gray)
13. The Throwaway
14. This Evening Available from 08.11.2013

Yancey Boys (J Dilla & Illa J) – Quicksand (ft. Common & Dezi Paige)
Thursday, October 31st, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Yancey Boys (J Dilla & Illa J) – Quicksand (ft. Common & Dezi Paige)

Image: 1584393 Delicious Vinyl will soon release Sunset Blvd., the all new album from Yancey Boys, the group piloted by John “Illa J” Yancey and Frank Nitt. The dynamic new collection is built around previously unheard tracks created by Illa J’s brother: the late, great J Dilla (James Yancey). With Frank Nitt’s standing as J Dilla Music Catalog Curator and the official approval of Yancey Media Group, all productions on Sunset Blvd. originate from The Lost Scrolls — the stunning cache of beats Dilla left behind.
The first official single from Sunset Blvd. is “Quicksand” with features Common & Dezi Paige. And the B-Side is no sleeper, “The Fisherman” is a full-court press featuring a chorus from Vice and blistering rhymes from Detroit Serious and cuts by J.Rocc of Beat Junkies. The track is, as Frank Nitt promises, “guaranteed to make you bang your head!”

Nitt also reminds us that “this isn’t a nostalgia trip: Dilla’s beats were so
future-forward that they’re right on time in 2013.”

PRODUCED BY J DILLA

SIDE A – QUICKSAND (feat. Common & Dezi Paige)
1. Vocal Mix
2. Instrumental
SIDE B – FISHERMAN (feat. J Rocc, Vice, & Detroit Serious)
1. Vocal Mix
2. Instrumental Available from 11.10.2013

J Dilla – Beats Batch 1
Friday, December 12th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on J Dilla – Beats Batch 1

Image: 1594352 EACH 10” CONTAINS TEN PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED, UNTITLED J DILLA BEATS – The E-Mu Systems SP-1200 drum machine and sampler was the first electronic instrument Jay Dee worked with while crafting the incomparable styles and sounds which defined the early stages of his legendary production. The SP-1200 was his primary tool of choice at the inception of his career. During this period, he created classics for early Slum Village, The Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, among many others.

Yancey Media Group now proudly presents the J Dilla Batches series. Each 10” features 10 untitled and unreleased Dilla creations previously found only in the no longer available limited edition “The King of Beats’ Ma Dukes Collector’s Edition Box Set.”

Like the deluxe box these vinyl offering are limited in nature. So act now while you can grab a piece of hip hop history Available from 16.01.2015

J Dilla – Beats Batch 2
Friday, December 12th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on J Dilla – Beats Batch 2

Image: 1594353 EACH 10” CONTAINS TEN PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED, UNTITLED J DILLA BEATS – The E-Mu Systems SP-1200 drum machine and sampler was the first electronic instrument Jay Dee worked with while crafting the incomparable styles and sounds which defined the early stages of his legendary production. The SP-1200 was his primary tool of choice at the inception of his career. During this period, he created classics for early Slum Village, The Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, among many others.

Yancey Media Group now proudly presents the J Dilla Batches series. Each 10” features 10 untitled and unreleased Dilla creations previously found only in the no longer available limited edition “The King of Beats’ Ma Dukes Collector’s Edition Box Set.”

Like the deluxe box these vinyl offering are limited in nature. So act now while you can grab a piece of hip hop history. Available from 16.01.2015

J Dilla – Beats Batch 3
Friday, December 12th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on J Dilla – Beats Batch 3

Image: 1594354 EACH 10” CONTAINS TEN PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED, UNTITLED J DILLA BEATS – The E-Mu Systems SP-1200 drum machine and sampler was the first electronic instrument Jay Dee worked with while crafting the incomparable styles and sounds which defined the early stages of his legendary production. The SP-1200 was his primary tool of choice at the inception of his career. During this period, he created classics for early Slum Village, The Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, among many others.

Yancey Media Group now proudly presents the J Dilla Batches series. Each 10” features 10 untitled and unreleased Dilla creations previously found only in the no longer available limited edition “The King of Beats’ Ma Dukes Collector’s Edition Box Set.”

Like the deluxe box these vinyl offering are limited in nature. So act now while you can grab a piece of hip hop history. Available from 16.01.2015

J Dilla – Beats Batch 4
Friday, December 12th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on J Dilla – Beats Batch 4

Image: 1594355 EACH 10” CONTAINS TEN PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED, UNTITLED J DILLA BEATS – The E-Mu Systems SP-1200 drum machine and sampler was the first electronic instrument Jay Dee worked with while crafting the incomparable styles and sounds which defined the early stages of his legendary production. The SP-1200 was his primary tool of choice at the inception of his career. During this period, he created classics for early Slum Village, The Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, among many others.

Yancey Media Group now proudly presents the J Dilla Batches series. Each 10” features 10 untitled and unreleased Dilla creations previously found only in the no longer available limited edition “The King of Beats’ Ma Dukes Collector’s Edition Box Set.”

Like the deluxe box these vinyl offering are limited in nature. So act now while you can grab a piece of hip hop history. Available from 16.01.2015

Illa J – Home (LP+MP3)
Friday, May 19th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Illa J – Home (LP+MP3)

Image: 1610081 Illa J takes us on a trip to his hometown Detroit with his third solo album HOME

following his self titled LP, Illa J sometimes known as “John Regal” (born October 13,1986 in Detroit, Michigan) is a singer, songwriter, rapper, producer, multi instrumentalist. He takes us on a trip to his hometown Detroit with his third solo album HOME. His last LP successfully took Illa J out of his brother and hiphop legend J Dilla‘s shadow to show he is in his own lane. Yet, Yancey still felt as though he was in a box labeled rapper. Teaming up with producer Calvin Valentine, who entirely produced the album, HOME is Illa J‘s first album to properly showcase the full extent of his vocal range to put him in the singer-songwriter conversation. The listener can feel the soulfulness of this LP through Illa J‘s singing and Valentines‘ smooth production.

On „Sam Cook“ which is an ode to Illa J‘s father who ghostwrote for Motown, Yancey dives into his falsetto that is reminiscent of D‘Angelo, Bilal and Al Green. While keeping his focus on singing. Illa J sprinkles the album with rap verses. On „7Mile“ his vocals smoothly float over the more raw/alternative cut laid by Valentine. The album title track „Home“ completes his album and solidifies Illa J‘s artistry as a well rounded singer who can rap.

Illa J is a solo artists, former member of legendary group Slum Village. Active in the music industry since 2006 in L.A and Detroit, Illa J has released two solo albums, 2008’s Yancey Boys via Delicious Vinyl and 2015’s self titled LP Illa J via Bastard Jazz Records. In 2014, while refocusing on his solo career and stepping out of Slum Village, Illa J relocated to Montreal for a fresh new start. He has since entrenched himself in the Canadian music scene by collaborating with some of Canada’s finest emcees and producers including Moka Only, Potatohead People and Kaytranada.

His recent collaborations have been with jazz legend, Robert Glasper in concert and on record for his Miles Davis tribute project Everything’s Beautiful. Illa J also had the privilege to collaborate with hip hop legend Phife Dawg from ATCQ on his double LP nutshell. Other features include Slum Village’s critically acclaimed album YES & famed UK producer Tom Misch Beat Tape 2. Available from 30.06.2017

Slum Village – The Fantastic Box (5×7"+4xCD)
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Slum Village – The Fantastic Box (5×7"+4xCD)

Image: 1603820 This New And Extensive Collection From The Group’s Dilla-helmed Era Is The Most Comprehensive Edition Ever Of Fan-Tas-Tic V.1 and V.2. The Four CDs, Five Colored Vinyl 7-inches And Complete Liner Notes Are Packaged In A Premium Flip-Top Box!

The contributions of the late Detroit producer James DeWitt Yancey -better known to the world as J Dilla- to the world of hip-hop can’t be overstated, and nowhere is his
legacy more apparent than his work as a member of Slum Village. A founding member of the trio, (Alongside rappers T3 and Baatin) Dilla provided the group’s distinctly
esoteric, free-wheeling sound, built around winding basslines, quirky drumbeats, subtle low-end frequencies, and classic jazz & soul samples. Against the backdrop of
Dilla’s rich production, T3 and Baatin’s free-flowing style of rhyming would also earn wide critical praise, leading to comparisons as the successors to A Tribe Called Quest.
(A label they themselves have rejected.) Dilla himself went on to earn his own legend of brilliance, inspiring a slew of classic artists like Nas and The Pharcyde, to
newcomers like Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar.
It would be a gratuitous task to encapsulate the full magnificence of the material Dilla produced with Slum Village, but Ne’Astra Media Group have accomplished such a
feat, with the arrival of the Fan-Tas-Tic Box! A comprehensive collection of the underground group’s Dilla-produced tracks across four compact discs. The CD compilation
includes the entirety of the namesake albums Fan-Tas-Tic Volumes 1 & 2, instrumental versions, and a bonus fourth collection of remixes and obscurities, featuring
collaborations with Madlib & Pete Rock, and select cuts from Best Kept Secret, the group’s rare release under the name J-88. As if that wasn’t enough, the CD set comes
bundled with five 7″ singles pressed on different color premium vinyl, as well as a liner notes book with rare photos and input from journalist Martin Caballero, and the sole
surviving original member T3. To top it all off, the full package comes in a deluxe flip-top 7″ box. The Fan-Tas-Tic Box is a veritable crown jewel for any fan of J Dilla or
Slum Village, as well as an outstanding entry-point into the legacy of an underground hip-hop production hero.

DISC 1 (FAN-TAS-TIC VOL. 1) – Fantastic 1 – This Beat (Keep It On) – I Don’t Know – How We Bull$#!+ – Fat Cat Song – The Look Of Love – Estimate
Hoc N Pucky – Beej N Dem – Pregnant – Forth & Back (Rock Music) – Fantastic 2 – Fantastic 3 – This Beat (Keep It On) (Remix) – 5 Ela Remix – Give This Nigga
Players – Look Of Love (Remix) – Pregnant – Things U Do (Remix) – Fat Cat Song (Remix) – Fantastic 4

DISC 2 (FAN-TAS-TIC VOL. 2) – Intro – Conant Gardens – I Don’t Know – Jealousy – Climax (Girl Sh**) – Tell Me – What’s It All About – Forth And Back (Remix)
Untitled – Fall In Love – Get Dis Money – CB4 – Players – Once Upon A Time – Eyes Up – 2U4U (Original Mix) – Go Ladies – We Be Dem #1 – We Be Dem #2
Get It Together – Hold Tight (Original Mix) – Once Upon A Time (Original Mix)

DISC 3 (INSTRUMENTALS) – Conant Gardens – Climax (Girl Sh**) – Jealousy – Hold Tight – Tell Me – I Don’t Know – Forth And Back – Untitled – Fall In Love
Get Dis Money – Raise It Up – Players – Eyes Up – 2U4U – CB4 – Go Ladies – Hustle – Fall In Love (Remix)

DISC 4 (BONUS TRACKS) – Things You Do (Madlib) – Get It Together (Madlib) – Look Of Love (Alt. Remix) – Stupid Ass Lies – The World’s Full Of Sadness
Hold Tight Remix – What’s Love Got To Do With It – Players (Dr. Love) – Once Upon A Time (Pete Rock Remix) – 2U4U (Instrumental) – Hustle (Instrumental)

7” RECORD ONE
SIDE A – Raise It Up
SIDE B – Instrumental

7” RECORD TWO
SIDE A – Fall In Love
SIDE B – Instrumental

7” RECORD THREE
SIDE A – Fall In Love Remix
SIDE B – Instrumental

7” RECORD FOUR
SIDE A – Players
SIDE B – Instrumental

7” RECORD FIVE
SIDE A – I Don’t Know
SIDE B – Instrumental Available from 20.05.2016

Slum Village – Fan-Tas-Tic Vol.2
Thursday, August 27th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Slum Village – Fan-Tas-Tic Vol.2

Image: 1599195 The contributions of the late Detroit producer James DeWitt Yancey –better known
to the world as J Dilla- to the world of hip-hop can’t be overstated, and nowhere
is his legacy more apparent than his work as a member of Slum Village. A
founding member of the trio, (Alongside rappers T3 and Baatin) Dilla provided the
group’s distinctly esoteric, free-wheeling sound, built around winding basslines,
quirky drumbeats, subtle low-end frequencies, and classic jazz & soul samples.
Against the backdrop of Dilla’s rich production, T3 and Baatin’s free-flowing style
of rhyming would also earn wide critical praise, leading to comparisons as the
successors to A Tribe Called Quest. (A label they themselves have rejected.)

After the success of Slum’s 1997 studio debut, Fan-Tas-Tic Vol. 1, the group went
to work on their follow up. Though the project was completed in ’98, label turmoil
kept the project on ice until 2000. By the time Fantastic Volume II hit Dilla was well
on his way to his status as a hip hop legend having produced cuts for Common,
Busta Rhymes, Erykah Badu, A Tribe Called Quest and many more. Later works
from Slum Village may have had more of an impact sales-wise (in the immediate)
but Fantastic Vol. 2 had fans and many critics saying that Slum Village, and Dilla
in particular, may “single-handedly save rap music.” Perhaps that statement is
hyperbole but many consider Fantastic Volume II to be Slum Village’s finest work
ever to this day.

Ne’Astra Media Group now presents the album reissued on vinyl, for the first time
in several years. Every wobbling bass note of J Dilla’s production has been
preserved to maintain the legacy of this hip hop rap classic and maintain the
legend of one of hip-hop’s greatest beatsmiths.

A1. Intro
A2. Conant Gardens
A3. I Don’t Know
(feat. Jazzy Jeff)
A4. Jealousy
A5. Climax (Girl Shit)
A6. Hold Tight
(feat. Q-Tip)
B1. Tell Me (feat. D’Angelo)
B2. What It’s All About
B3. Fourth And Back
(feat. Kurupt)
B4. Untitled – Fantastic
B5. Fall In Love
C1. Get Dis Money
C2. Raise It Up
C3. Once Upon A Time
(feat. Pete Rock)
C4. Players
C5. Eyes Up
D1. 2U4U
D2. CB4
D3. Go Ladies
D4. Thelonius
D5. Fall-N-Love REMIX Available from 25.09.2015

Slum Village – Fan-Tas-Tic Vol.1
Thursday, August 13th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Slum Village – Fan-Tas-Tic Vol.1

Image: 1598898 The contributions of the late Detroit producer James DeWitt Yancey -better
known to the world as J Dilla- to the world of hip-hop can’t be overstated, and
nowhere is his legacy more apparent than his work as a member of Slum Village.
A founding member of the trio, (Alongside rappers T3 and Baatin) Dilla provided
the group’s distinctly esoteric, free-wheeling sound, built around winding
basslines, quirky drumbeats, subtle low-end frequencies, and classic jazz & soul
samples. Against the backdrop of Dilla’s rich production, T3 and Baatin’s
free-flowing style of rhyming would also earn wide critical praise, leading to
comparisons as the successors to A Tribe Called Quest. (A label they themselves
have rejected.)
It’s on Slum Village’s 1997 studio debut, Fan-Tas-Tic Vol. 1, that all these
elements come together in the most proficient manner. An instant hit among
Detroit’s underground hip-hop scene, the album seemed to combine all the best
elements of the reigning alternative and gangsta styles of hip-hop into one
cohesive style that was a hit among critics. Fan-Tas-Tic’s influence extended far
beyond Detroit, as its sound heavily influenced the sounds of D’Angelo, Erykah
Badu, and The Roots just to name a few. (Roots drummer ?uestlove has even
declared that: “Hands down this album birthed the neo-soul movement.”)
Ne’Astra Media Group now presents the album reissued on vinyl, for the first
time in several years. Every wobbling bass note of J Dilla’s production has been
preserved and every freestyle line of T3 and Baatin has been re-created, to
maintain the legacy of a late-90s rap classic, and the legend of one of hip-hop’s
greatest beatsmiths.

A1. Fantastic
A2. Keep It On (This Beat)
A3. I Don’t Know
A4. How We Bullshit
A5. Fat Cat Song (feat. Phat Kat)
A6. The Look Of Love
B1. Estimate
B2. Hoc N Pucky
B3. Beej N Dem
B4. Pregnant
B5. Forth & Back
B6. Fantastic 2 (Interlude)
B7. Fantastic 3 (Interlude)
C1. Keep It On
C2. 5 Ela (Remix)
C3. Give This Nigga
C4. Players
C5. Look Of Love (Remix)
C6. Pregnant (Remix)
D1. Things U Do (Remix)
D2. Fat Cat (Remix)
D3. Fantastic 4 (Interlude)
D4. What’s Love Got To Do With It (Look Of Love Remix)
D5. 2 You 4 You Available from 11.09.2015

Slum Village – Yes
Friday, May 8th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Slum Village – Yes

Image: 1596747 Yes, the highly anticipated album from Slum Village is ready to hit your ears. The new album features beats produced by Jay Dee aka J Dilla
along with production from Young RJ who together produced one of Slum Village’s finest moments ever in the form of Fantastic Vol. 2.
Yes features performances by original Slum Village members T3 and Baatin in addition to the aforementioned J Dilla. There are also features
from Bilal, Jon Connor, BJ The Chicago Kid, Phife Dawg, J Ivy, De La Soul and Illa J.
Fresh off US tour dates with Pete Rock, Slum Village will be back on the road to support Yes with dates throughout the US and Canada. Live
events in London and Croatia are locked in for August with a full European tour happening this Fall.
Slum Village will be servicing official videos from Yes to key media outlets and Matt Conaway (MacMedia Promotion) is on board for a
complete publicity push.
Slum Village is crucial part of J Dilla’s legacy and Yes, they’re back with more.

“This serves as a reminder of why hip-hop was created and the conditions that indirectly anchored the culture.” – Vibe

“Making this album, brought back memories from my past, with tracks and demos dating back to 1994-1995, some included in this album. These songs and demos, when discovered, were returned back to us by Mrs. Yancey, categorized and filed away, it blew my mind when I heard them, hearing Dilla and Baatin’s voice I wondered how New Slum would sound with the Original Slum, and not lose the integrity of the group. I think that was achieved!” – T3

SIDE ONE:
Intro
Love Is (Feat. Bilal)
Tear It Down (Feat. Jon Connor)
Bonafide
Expressive (Feat. BJ The Chicago Kid)
Push It Along (Feat. Phife Dawg)
Windows (Feat. J Ivy)

SIDE TWO:
Yes Yes
Right Back (Feat. De La Soul)
Where We Come From
Big City
What We Have
Just Like A Test Available from 19.06.2015

J Dilla – Sunset BLVD. Instrumentals
Thursday, December 5th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on J Dilla – Sunset BLVD. Instrumentals

Image: 1585300 Delicious Vinyl proudly releases Sunset Blvd, the new album from Yancey Boys, the
group piloted by John “Illa J” Yancey and Frank Nitt. The dynamic new collection is built
around previously unheard tracks created by Illa J’s brother: the late, great J Dilla
(James Yancey). That fact makes it paramount that fans have access to the full
instrumentals from the whole project in everyone’s favorite format, vinyl.
The road to Sunset Blvd has been paved with hard work and sweet inspiration. In 2008,
Illa J began making music under the Yancey Boys banner, with the guidance of Delicious
Vinyl Co-Founder Michael Ross and utilizing beats his elder brother left behind. Ross
explains: “Putting together the first Yancey Boys album was a unique opportunity to keep
it all in the family by giving young Illa J a jump off with unreleased beats of his late great
brother. In addition, the record was a unique way to satiate Dilla’s rabid fan base with a
batch of undiscovered gems.”
“We’ve created an album that would make Dilla proud,” says Frank Nitt, who grew up with
Dilla in Detroit. “But this isn’t a nostalgia trip: Dilla’s beats were so future-forward that
they’re right on time in 2013.” And in 2013 that makes a vinyl offering of these beats a
necessity. Sunset Blvd. Instrumentals contains full instrumental versions of the entire
album, an album created specifically around these legacy beats.

SIDE ONE:
1. Dilltro
2. Fisherman
3. Lovin’ U
4. Go And Ask The DJ
SIDE TWO:
5. Jeep Volume
6. Flowers
7. Honk Ya Horn
SIDE THREE:
8. Slippin’
9. Without Wings
10. Beautiful
SIDE FOUR:
11. Quicksand
12. Rock My World
13. The Throwaway
14. This Evening Available from 15.11.2013

Slum Village
Monday, July 15th, 2013 | Tags: , ,
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Chances are, if you are anywhere near the Detroit music scene, you have heard of the influential hip hop trio that makes up Slum Village. The group was founded in the early 90’s by 3 childhood friends: Baatin, T3, rapper and producer J Dilla, who all grew up together in the Conant Gardens neighborhood of […]

Nobody pres. Blank Blue
Monday, May 5th, 2008 | Tags: , , ,
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Elvin Estela, aka Nobody, met Niki Randa at Fingerprints, an indie record store in Long Beach, California, where they have worked together since 2001. Estela was mulling over ideas for a sequel to “Pacific Drift”, his 2003 release on Ubiquity, and realized that the album he wanted to make needed only one vocalist.

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