Last year, Hieroglyphic Being (producer of astral electronic explorations touching house, techno, industrial, avant-jazz and noise); percussionist and producer Sarathy Korwar (who fused traditional folk music of the Sidi community in India with jazz and electronics on his debut album “Day To Day” released by Ninja Tune in collaboration with The Steve Reid Foundation); and Shabaka Hutchings (the highly respected British saxophonist and co-founder of Sons Of Kemet, Mercury-nominated The Comet Is Coming and Shabaka & The Ancestors) - recorded a 100% live improvised session at the iconic Lightship95 studio moored at Trinity Buoy Wharf, London. They recorded over 2.5 hours of music across 2 sessions, with 90 minutes streamed live via NTS.
On 4th August 2017, Ninja Tune’s Technicolour imprint will release a 12” EP comprising 4 edits from these sessions titled "A.R.E. Project” (abbreviated from "Association For Research & Enlightenment Project”).
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I’m from Brazil. nubya, you are playing in the educative radio in State of Sao paulo. UNesp fm, university radio, Bauru, city. I was here in. June and went to hear Rob Luft, so i began to hear the uk jazz e met you! Ezra, yazz, nereja, and many... i do a jazz radio program im radio.unesp.fm. Kisses! Fabio Oliveira