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Micromassé infectiously combine Afrobeat and soul-jazz on new album
(Published: June 06, 2018)

Micromassé is really all about musical intuition. This trio is dedicated to exploring different ideas and genres, with a fondness for eclectic arrangements and organic production aesthetics that genuinely add value to true and tried musicianship.

On the group's new release, In What Remains, Micromassé set out to showcase the core concept that fuels this project, igniting their sound with infectious Afrobeat grooves and tasteful soul-jazz aesthetics.

The sound of this release is light-hearted and easy to relate to, yet the concept is also deeply rooted within various musical cultures. They allow all of these influences to converge seamlessly, creating a sound that feels personal, captivating and one-of-a-kind.

In What Remains is a classy effort that has all it takes to appeal a vast audience: a stunning sound with a clear and intelligible recording, passionate performances, and a lot of great ideas.

More Information: http://micromasse.com

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