“Sunday Blue” is the first of three instrumentals taken from Syrup's reecently released album “Rosy Lee”.
Technically, Syrup are a hip-hop group with unmistakable leanings towards soul and jazz. The group consists of an MC (Turt), a pianist/singer (C.Tappin) and a beatmaker (Twit One). Their music is rooted in the tradition of collectives like Native Tongues and Soulquarians, and they have come up with a pretty appropriate term to describe their sound, which is “cool bap”.
But if we put formalities aside and look at the bigger picture, Syrup are also a perfect example of how music can connect people beyond national borders, language and tradition. And furthermore, how Afro-American culture has influenced not only the musical taste but the views and opinion-making of generations of young people worldwide. The sheer existence of Syrup is also a big fat “Fuck Brexit!” which makes the group even more likeable.
“Rosy Lee” is available on LP as standard edition and limited colored vinyl edition (300 copies).
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released December 16, 2020
Produced and mixed by Twit One.
Mastered by Roe Beardie at The Brewery, Cologne.
Photo by Robert Winter.
Artwork by Chicken.
Cat No: MPM 274-5
Titel: Sunday Blue
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