SoundPost: Jah Wobble & Julie Campbell, Benbo, Francesca Lago, Rita Ro

 In Alternative, Electronica, Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Music Videos, Videos

In our continuing series of audio and video clips by clients of Fluid Mastering, SoundPost number 3 visits the zone where indie rock and pop meet, and features one bona fide legend. In fact we’ll kick off with him…

Jah Wobble and Julie Campbell – “Tightrope”

(taken from the album “Psychic Life” out now on Cherry Red Records)

The brand new studio album from post-punk bass/dub master Jah Wobble is a collaboration with Manchester’s rising star Julie Campbell, who issued an acclaimed album on Warp as Lonelady in 2010. Psychic Life sees Wobble reunited with fellow ex-PiL guitarist Keith Levene for the first time since the groundbreaking Metal Box album.

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Benbo: “Sheep On Drugs”

Benbo’s debut album “It’s A Long Road And I Need Someone To Hold My Hand” is an eclectic mix of indie pop and electronica and has been released independently. Visit the World of Benbo for more…

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Francesca Lago – “Leech”

Taken from the album “Siberian Dream Map” in which Francesca Lago combines rich cello with edgy guitars to create a singer-songwriter album with a garage band sensibility. Recorded in Milan, mixed in the UK by deskmeister Jeff Knowler, and out now on On The Camper records.

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Rita Ro – “Ghost Of Love”

Rita Ro is a songwriter and experimental artist from Mexico City, now based in London. Her début album ‘Renaissance’ is darkly intimate, delicate at times but with it’s roots in alternative rock. A self taught musician, her use of overdubbed live drums and otherworldly sounds gives this album a diverse, original and haunting quality. It’s available through her website.

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  • Tony Scrivener

    Julie, Wobble and Levene made a great album! They would be such a tight unit if they did a tour. This is how PiL should have been, fresh sounds, new ideas and modern.

    • Nick Watson

      Hi Tony – I agree! So good to hear Wobble working closely with a writer; it’s more focussed than his solo stuff. I don’t remember if they mentioned a tour, but they were clearly both very enthusiastic about the collaboration.

      cheers; Nick.

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