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A.P.C.'s Founder & Designer Jean Touitou Releases Samba de Merda on M.O.D. Technologies (Incunabula Digital Series)
(Published: October 04, 2015)

Founder and designer of A.P.C. Jean Touitou has a long-time history of writing and producing music at the brand's home studio in Paris. Samba de Merda is no exception: recorded in-house with a little help from friends Bill Laswell, Noam Levy and French band H.D.R., it reflects on the aftermath of the January Paris attacks. Pivotal to the song is the question of relentless exile, expressed in the most cryptic form of Portuguese. Although it is arbitrarily named "Samba", this song is structured like a bossa nova, complete with gentle guitar chords, playful piano and saxophone. Samba de Merda came about as Jean was learning the chords of Bobby Helm's Jingle Bell Rock, which are reproduced in the beginning of the song. They serve as an innocent counterpoint to the chaotic dub finale, courtesy of Mr. Laswell.

Jean Touitou - Music, lyrics, vocals
H.D.R. - Piano, synthesizer, drums, guitars, effects
Bill Laswell - Bass, vibes
Noam Levy - Saxophone

Total duration: 9:41

AVAILABLE OCTOBER 30, 2015 AS HI-RES DIGITAL DOWNLOAD.

The Incunabula Series promises to present rare and unique, one time only captured events, in some cases originally experienced by a fortunate few and recover unusual, lost until now studio recordings. Documenting as far back as the early 80s up to present time. Moments seldom heard or experienced by anyone. www.mod-technologies.com

For further info on A.P.C., please visit: http://www.apc.fr

More Information: http://www.mod-technologies.com

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