Emapea - Zoning Out Vol.1 | RECORD STORE DAY
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Zoning Out Vol.1
Artist: Emapea
Format: Vinyl

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Label: COLD BUSTED
Rel. Date: 06/03/2022
UPC: 636339646833

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DISC: 1

1. TL to LAX
2. Check It Out
3. Funk It Up
4. Classy
5. Motion
6. Invasion
7. On The Humble
8. 99
9. Downtown
10. Daydreaming
11. Bomback
12. Old Soul
13. Slavic
14. In Nature
15. Bird's View
16. Deeper
17. Ndeedy
18. Chillin' Hard
19. Listen
20. Above

More Info:

Emapea, the renowned beat-maker from Poland, burst upon the scene with multiple compilation appearances on Cold Busted, an inclusion on Mark Farina's Mushroom Jazz 8, and his stunning debut album Seeds, Roots & Fruits. Fans and headz worldwide have been clamoring for a follow-up, but all Emapea wanted to do was just 'zone out.' And that's what happened, with the release of Emapea's twenty song album Zoning Out, Volume 1. Emapea's cuts are meant for the listener to get lost in - but they're not only for chilling, or when deep in thought, but also for getting in that crucial head-nod zone, like when the DJ drops the dopest beat. Expertly crafted and sequenced, the album presents a boom-bap journey that's dreamy and spacey while remaining tough and jazzy. "Check It Out" exemplifies the mood with it's smooth drums, chiming keys, subtle sax riffs, and hip hop shout-outs. The vibe expands on "Motion", adding an exotic, worldly flavor to the seductively loping rhythm. And "Classy" features a smokey saloon piano melody that cruises smugly out of jeep-beat speakers. This track was recently featured on a limited postcard record, mailed surreptitiously to lucky Emapea supporters.