Hurricane Season In Brooklyn 7" Vinyl SINGLE - Limited Edition

by Analog Players Society

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Deep in the heart of Brooklyn’s sequestered Red Hook neighborhood sits a musical oasis behind a non-descript red brick exterior. Christened “The Hook Studio”, the spot has been an indispensable resource for a revolving cast of musicians (both internationally and locally known), DJs, producers, percussionists, and their friends / extended family. Behind the board of The Hook Studio sits the man known as Amon - constantly taking inspiration for the project you have in front of you now entitled Hurricane Season in Brooklyn by his Analog Players Society.

The album’s title track bounces willfully to its House & West London influences, with Cecilia Stalin and Ethan White on keys.. This is also the only place to get the (Version) or " Instrumental ".

ALSO - Just listened to the test press, the version sounds great when played at 33 1/3 !!! Flips it into a nasty downtempo joint!
Enjoy!!!

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released October 15, 2012

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Analog Players Society Brooklyn, New York

The Analog Players Society is a collective effort spearheaded and produced by Amon, featuring a large ensemble cast of musicians hanging around the studio, the likes of which read like a who’s who list of the wide-open Brooklyn music scene as it stands today. The APS vibe is about making people dance even if the power goes out. ... more

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