Notes on a Native Sun

 

  • Most of My Heroes

    Most of My Heroes

  • 'Murphy'

    'Murphy'

  • 'Needle Heroes'

    'Needle Heroes'

  • 'One Cent People'

    'One Cent People'

This ep is a collaboration between Jimmy Rage, Sarod by Avi and Budha Building.

All tracks are live recorded. 

The Artists

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Jimmy Rage

Jimmy Rage aka Femi Ariel Dawkins was born in St Catherine – Jamaica in 1966.

He has lived in the Caribbean, New York, San Francisco, London and Los Angeles. He now lives and works in Amsterdam, and has shown his work in Los Angeles, New York, Amsterdam, Madrid and Brazil.

He is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work is presented in a variety of contexts, from museums and galleries to public spaces, fashion shows and concerts.

Get to know more about Jimmy Rage on one of his featured pages ‘StateofL3

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Sarod by Avi

Avi Kishna is an Indian classical musician, producer and coach, armed with enthusiasm, positivity and diversity. 

His music is known for very intuitive melodies combined with splendid technique, that show off his talent and virtuosity. He can instantly catch the mood of the moment and take you into his own world. 

Sarod is one of the most popular Indian Classical stringed instruments (lute). Avi got his training in Indian Classical Music from his Guru; late Sri Koustuv Ray, an Indian musical virtuoso who recently passed away. 

See more projects featuring Sarod by Avi on our projectpage, or go to his artist website.

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Budha Building

Budha Building is the brainchild of talented artist Hans Timmermans – a visionary creative who has spent the last 25 years creating edgy and diverse music with a truly unique feel. His sound is surprisingly diverse and incredibly appealing, combining powerful western influences with innovative electronic sounds and ethnic music, reflecting the artist’s international background. 

Although based in Tilburg, The Netherlands, Hans was searching for his identity, and discovered he his ties to Indonesian heritage, which really allowed him to experiment with a peculiar combination of eastern influences and western music production values and aesthetics. 

Read more about Hans, on his ‘Budha Building‘ page.