Big Mean Sound Machine / Super Hi-Fi - split 7" (limited edition super-thick red vinyl)
Brooklyn-based dub band Super Hi-Fi were born during the Sound Liberation Front's Afro-Dub Sessions in NYC. They bring a jazzy melodicism to their Jamaican-inspired core, with flashes of afrobeat and rock inspiration. With a rock-solid rhythmic foundation and featuring a double trombone attack that plays tough, yet sounds lovely, these cats have already garnered accolades for both their live sound as well as their records on Electric Cowbell. Peace & Rhythm and Record Friends are dubbily ecstatic to present Super Hi-Fi's original version of "Q Street".
Look for both of these ensembles to quake your village soon.
Thank you for your musical attention.
Co-released with Record Friends of Jamestown, NY.
Big Mean Sound Machine website
You can preview and download/buy digitals (including bonus tracks) by Super Hi-Fi at Bandcamp:
You can preview and download/buy the digital of the album-length version of Big Mean Sound Machine's "Wolfpack" at Bandcamp: