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|2.||"Water" (feat Segun Akano) (4:01)|
|3.||"Quiver" (feat Aminah Dastan) (3:42)|
|1.||"Agua Viva" (feat Nina Miranda) (3:58)|
|2.||"Kulala" (feat Binisa Bonner) (4:30)|
|3.||"Seasons" (feat Aminah Dastan) (3:46)|
|4.||"Wind, Sand & Stars" (feat Eko) (5:01)|
Jeremie Moussaid Kerouanton, simply known as iZem around our circles, is a new face on the downtempo scene, and one which we'd very much like to see more of. Luckily, he's returned with his debut album, and it's on the incorrigible Soundway label; we probably mention it often, but it is one of our meccas when it comes to the leftfield end of the spectrum. This is a proper album and, by that, we don't mean that it sounds good and that every track is amazing; we mean that it works as one single body of music, a real 360 degree view of iZem's point of view. The tracks are as varied as the sounds in them, and from Eastern vocals to improvisational tribalism and subtle waves of deep house, we feel that this is the sort of LP that'll appeal to many different sorts of collectors. The house-heads will like it for its sensibility to other genres of music, the balearic fiends will find it naturally welcoming, and the folk fans will find plenty of inspiration. Don't miss out on this, it's a keeper.
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