Origin Of Forms
The vibrant debut album by Moscow funk band The Diasonics: a mix of cinematic funk, instrumental hip-hop and soviet psychedelia. Welcome to "hussar funk", thats how The Diasonics call their music: a style that blends infectious deep funk instrumentals, East European flavours, hip-hop rhythms and psychedelia. Firmly rooted in the late 60s and early 70s, their debut album Origin of Forms was recorded on an 8-channel Japanese tape recorder Otari MX-5050 MK III at The Diasonics HQs Magnetone Studio in Moscow and was mixed by Henry Jenkins (The Cactus Channel / Karate Boogaloo) in Melbourne. All the bands influences are well reflected in the heavy cinematic sound of the 12 tracks of their debut album.