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Mancunian Soul Collective Pieces of a Man & Amp Fiddler Wash Your Troubles Away On "Reframed EP"
Mancunian Soul Collective Pieces of a Man & Amp Fiddler Wash Your Troubles Away On "Reframed EP"


"The EP features a host of guest artists, including Detroit-legend Amp Fiddler on the Gil Scott-Heron cover “Lady Day & John Coltrane”, as well as dear friends - Kik√© on the Bill Withers tribute “Use Me”, and one of Manchester’s most talented and insightful spoken word artists, Chris Jam, on the transformed and elusive “Drifting”, taking the song to new heights. While “Running” has the body of the track stripped away, leaving a much leaner, palette cleanser in its place. Influenced and inspired by the likes of remix masters Jordan Rakei, Masego and FKJ, “Reframed” is a statement and testament that is rooted in the ethos of the band: “I always think a good concept withstands multiple reinventions. I guess a good picture looks good in a new frame, and I think the same can be said for music.”
 

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