ONES, THE GOOD - RWANDA, YOU SHOULD BE LOVED - CD

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ONES, THE GOOD
RWANDA, YOU SHOULD BE LOVED
Labelname: ANTI
CD
THE GOOD ONES renown is evidenced by the stellar musicians who collaborated with them on their new album: Wilco's Nels Cline,<br/>TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, Sleater-Kinney's Corin Tucker, My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields, and Fugazi's Joe Lally. In 2009,<br/>Grammy-winning producer Ian Brennan (Tinariwen, Ramblin' Jack Elliott) traveled to Rwanda in search of local music with his Italian-Rwandan<br/>wife, filmmaker and photographer, Marilena Delli. After two weeks of crisscrossing the country and listening to countless artists, they met<br/>THE GOOD ONES.<br/>For The THE GOOD ONES' new album, Rwanda, You Should Be Loved, bandleader Adrien Kazigira composed over forty songs. The recording<br/>was done live without overdubs on Adrien's farm in Rwanda. Since they live without electricity and have had little access to devices<br/>to reproduce musical recordings, THE GOOD ONES' vocalizations are based on the singing traditions and dialect of their local immediate,<br/>agricultural district more than by outside and Western influences. Primary songwriter Adrien Kazigira interweaves intricate harmonies with<br/>co-singer, Janvier Havugimana, in a style frequently referred to as "worker songs from the streets." With the musicians rural and remote<br/>hilltop origins, the harmonic similarities to American Bluegrass vocals is often eerie. Third member, Javan Mahoro, lends additional background<br/>vocals and percussion on select songs. From the moment he laid eyes on them, Brennan said he knew, "What these guys do is<br/>precious and rare. Don't f*** it up!"<br/>THE GOOD ONES formed the band as a healing process after the Rwandan genocide, which marks its 25th anniversary in 2019. The band<br/>will be touring in the US for the first time this Fall, playing dates with Glen Hansard in the North West and performing at bookshops nationwide<br/>along with producer Ian Brennan, as he travels the US speaking about his latest book "Silenced By Sound."<br/>

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