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Sleep Deprived Music Review: Loud Apartment

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Loud Apartment

It feels like a revolution is coming out of my stereo. I want the album to play until the patriarchy crumbles into a pile of dust.

Loud Apartment of New York City is a funk band with influences from reggae, dubstep and soul music.

They remind me of jazz/funk bands that I used to hear while living in the big city. If I could go back in time, I would spend more time at the jazz halls. Those nights were the best of times. This album gives me hope that there will be good times again.

I want to listen to this album while doing something proactive. This music makes me want to get up and change – myself and the surroundings. The revolution has to start somewhere so why not with “System Breakdown?”

Hopefully, Loud Apartment will inspire many people to change everything in a positive way.


ALBUM CREDITS
Nevaris: voice, electric piano, hammond organ, congas, percussion
Bill Laswell: bass
DJ Logic: turntables
Peter Apfelbaum: tenor saxophone, flute
Will Bernard: guitar
Lockatron : drums
All songs written by Nevaris and Bill Laswell except ‘No Justification’ by Nevaris, Bill Laswell and Peter Apfelbaum.
Produced by Bill Laswell
Created at Orange Music, West Orange, NJ
Engineering: James Dellatacoma
Mastered by Michael Fossenkemper at TurtleTone Studio, NYC
Cover photo by Yoko Yamabe
Cover design by Realize

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