Noah Aire: Ekundayo (digital outlets)

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Noah Aire: Ekundayo (digital outlets)
Now this is a little different, but also a little bit as you might expect.

Noah Aire is Nigerian singer/songwriter and DJ . . . and this is where Elsewhere's information runs out.

You can of course check him out on the usual online places but let's throw the spotlight on this new eight-song, danceable collection which brings together African percussion in crisscross rhythms and electronica, loops and AutoTune . . .

It's one of those albums we stumbled over, played and thought “hmmm” then played again and again.

It's short (20 minutes) so the minute it finishes it is easy to just to go back and get into it all over again.

Local DJs take note, something different to add to your set.

A public service announcement from Elsewhere.

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You can hear this album at Spotify here


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