Auntie Flo "Zulu Death March (Weep Weep)"
London-based producer Auntie Flo has been weaving together the dark sounds of the UK underground and African rhythms for a few years now, crafting an impressive array of tracks with both rhythmic precision and mechanical fortitude. His latest, a free track for Enchufada's Upper Cuts singles series called "Zulu Death March (Weep Weep)," continues along those lines, marrying a cyclical vocal snippet over booming tribal-informed drums that shift slyly around the beat. A gliding synth phrase and rapidfire snare rolls help the track's energy come to a crest, and as Auntie Flo illustrates, there is still a lot of unexplored territory surrounding these disparate rhythmic influences.
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