Rara is traditional Haitian carnival music that uses the long, single-note ‘Vaksin’ bamboo flute - nature’s very own sub-bass.
Ti Marcel’s rugged, hypnotic ‘Nan point la vie’ comes to life with Siwo’s one-take drum machine update, a sure-fire jump-up carnival mover.
Additional production by Blackjoy.

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Of all the things we’ve seen that contain frozen sound waves, this might be the greatest.
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promotional cassette, date unknown. smoke ‘em up with a fire of unknown origin.

fuckinrecordreviews:

Of all the things we’ve seen that contain frozen sound waves, this might be the greatest.
poison303:

promotional cassette, date unknown. smoke ‘em up with a fire of unknown origin.

fuckinrecordreviews:

Of all the things we’ve seen that contain frozen sound waves, this might be the greatest.
poison303:

promotional cassette, date unknown. smoke ‘em up with a fire of unknown origin.

fuckinrecordreviews:

Of all the things we’ve seen that contain frozen sound waves, this might be the greatest.

poison303:

promotional cassette, date unknown. smoke ‘em up with a fire of unknown origin.

worclip:

Agma Wooden Trivets by Valentin Bussard
Photographed by Dominique Green
Materials: Ash wood and felt

Created from the scrap wood of the Pragma project, hence its current name AGMA. Waste wood pieces are simply glued onto the felt, available in four colors, red / blue / green / gray and two sizes. 
Combinable and stackable to meet all your sizes of dishes and take up less space in storage.

worclip:

Agma Wooden Trivets by Valentin Bussard
Photographed by Dominique Green
Materials: Ash wood and felt

Created from the scrap wood of the Pragma project, hence its current name AGMA. Waste wood pieces are simply glued onto the felt, available in four colors, red / blue / green / gray and two sizes. 
Combinable and stackable to meet all your sizes of dishes and take up less space in storage.

worclip:

Agma Wooden Trivets by Valentin Bussard
Photographed by Dominique Green
Materials: Ash wood and felt

Created from the scrap wood of the Pragma project, hence its current name AGMA. Waste wood pieces are simply glued onto the felt, available in four colors, red / blue / green / gray and two sizes. 
Combinable and stackable to meet all your sizes of dishes and take up less space in storage.

worclip:

Agma Wooden Trivets by Valentin Bussard
Photographed by Dominique Green
Materials: Ash wood and felt

Created from the scrap wood of the Pragma project, hence its current name AGMA. Waste wood pieces are simply glued onto the felt, available in four colors, red / blue / green / gray and two sizes. 
Combinable and stackable to meet all your sizes of dishes and take up less space in storage.

worclip:

Agma Wooden Trivets by Valentin Bussard
Photographed by Dominique Green
Materials: Ash wood and felt

Created from the scrap wood of the Pragma project, hence its current name AGMA. Waste wood pieces are simply glued onto the felt, available in four colors, red / blue / green / gray and two sizes. 
Combinable and stackable to meet all your sizes of dishes and take up less space in storage.

worclip:

Agma Wooden Trivets by Valentin Bussard

Photographed by Dominique Green

Materials: Ash wood and felt

Created from the scrap wood of the Pragma project, hence its current name AGMA. Waste wood pieces are simply glued onto the felt, available in four colors, red / blue / green / gray and two sizes. 

Combinable and stackable to meet all your sizes of dishes and take up less space in storage.

(via mdilelladesign)

fuckinrecordreviews:

"…it is a rare thing when stuff this direct and wonderful pops out of the woodwork."
BRAVEAR Volume 3 Issue 5 1986 (page 52)
BEAT HAPPENING review by Greg Freeman
Greg Freeman’s review of the FEELIES' The Good Earth from the same page is very popular! It is here for you to peruse - at your leisure of course.
Greg Freeman’s review of MOFUNGO’s Messenger Dogs Of The Guides from the same page is not as popular, but is also here.
Let’s talk Greg Freeman.
K Records
fuckinrecordreviews:

"…it is a rare thing when stuff this direct and wonderful pops out of the woodwork."
BRAVEAR Volume 3 Issue 5 1986 (page 52)
BEAT HAPPENING review by Greg Freeman
Greg Freeman’s review of the FEELIES' The Good Earth from the same page is very popular! It is here for you to peruse - at your leisure of course.
Greg Freeman’s review of MOFUNGO’s Messenger Dogs Of The Guides from the same page is not as popular, but is also here.
Let’s talk Greg Freeman.
K Records

fuckinrecordreviews:

"…it is a rare thing when stuff this direct and wonderful pops out of the woodwork."

BRAVEAR Volume 3 Issue 5 1986 (page 52)

BEAT HAPPENING review by Greg Freeman