Do you want to build a snowman? #hyperlapse #UtahMUTS #movieunderthestars #Frozen #Disney #Olaf (at Utah State Capitol Building)

You could do worse for the end of #summer… #sunset #skyonfire #sharegoodness #nature #amazing

You could do worse for the end of #summer… #sunset #skyonfire #sharegoodness #nature #amazing

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Don’t forget to look up… #sharegoodness (at Utah State Capitol Building)

Don’t forget to look up… #sharegoodness (at Utah State Capitol Building)

Written, Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered by Justin Enoch

Vibraphone by Will Dula

Trumpet by Jerol Enoch

Intentional nod to the melody of “Mind Blowing Decisions” by Heatwave in the background piano riff at the end of the song. GOOD SONG.

Sample from George Cates’ Polynesian Percussion

Album Cover photo from The Holy Mountain (1973) by Alejandro Jodorowsky.

From the upcoming album ‘Jaiyede Afro’ by Orlando Julius and The Heliocentrics, out September 8th on Strut.
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Jake Ferguson of The Heliocentrics on “In The Middle:”
“We’ve all been big fans of James Brown since we’ve been involved in music and have played ‘In The Middle’ regularly on our live tours. It felt like a natural fit for the Orlando project, particularly as we have added an Afro swing to the track. We first played the track with Orlando at a London gig last year and he got into it in the studio straight away – his sax solo here was the very first take. James Brown and his band loved Orlando when they saw him play in Ibadan back in the ‘60s and the two of them met up and talked at J.B.’s hotel. So, for lots of reasons, this felt like a natural one to include.”

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The one you’ve all been waiting for…

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Cover version of ‘Cruel Summer’ by Bananarama by Azar Swan from the summer of 2013. Photo and artwork design by Todd Pendu.

Original version by Sara Dallin, Siobhan Fahey, Karen Woodward, Steve Jolley, and Tony Swain

Mixed by Mike Dextro, Mastered by Joseph Colmenero

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