Sonic-soul, electro-funk collective, The Winachi Tribe, will release the single “Time For Love” on July 20 via A1M Records. Horns come courtesy of Tim Hutton (Ian Brown). The tracks were mixed by LC Coleman, produced by The Winachi Tribe and mastered at Abbey Road by Geoff Pesche.
The b-side, “Plant The Seed,” to the Time For Love EP has been chosen to feature in an upcoming documentary about legendary night club The Hacienda, titled Do You Own The Dancefloor?
The Winachi Tribe’s influences are as diverse as their own musical output. Sly & The Family Stone sit alongside The Happy Mondays, Primal Scream, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles, creating a melting pot of references.
Stockholm-based indie rock quartet Slim Loris was formed by singer and bass-player Mattias Cederstam and guitarist Robert Barrefelt in 2009. The duo was soon accompanied by drummer Jonas Ellenberg and singer and guitarist Leon Lindström.
The band released their third album Love and Fear on May 19. Production was done by Pecka Hammarstedt (who also mixed the album) at Olga Studio and Mattias Cederstam at Slim Loris Studio. It was mastered by Jonas Ekström at Mastertone. Characterized by a fusion of modern pop sensibility, somber moods and 60’s British invasion influence, the band has been steadily gaining popularity. Stream the lead single “Down” via Soundcloud or the player below.
After a collection of demos in 2010 entitled Amateur Night at the Asylum, Slim Loris’ debut album Down To Earth was released in June 2011, led by the first single “Low” that showed the band’s fine-tuned song-writing skills and classic rock sense of melody.