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‘Speak With Ghosts’ by Anakronic Electro Orkestra

27th Dec 10 (Mon) Leave a comment Go to comments

One of my favorite EPs of 2009 was Anakronic Electro Orkestra‘s The Yiddish Part.  My only complaint with the EP?  It was too short.  Well, in mid-November 2010, unbeknown to me at the time, they came out with their debut full-length Speak With Ghosts.  It’s digital only at this stage, with Amazon’s mp3 Download department being the best choice (which I found out after I bought it on iTunes).  Anyway, well worth the coin spent!

AEO hail from Toulouse, France, and crank out a mighty fine mixture of drum & bass mixed with Eastern European-fused klezmer.  Their new album is a 40+ minute shuffle through a modern klezmer forest – including one song featuring David Krakaeur (another favorite musician of mine).  I think AEO is also great for fans of Beats Antique and Balkan Beat Box.

I just downloaded Speak With Ghosts, and it’s definitely vying for a favorite in 2010.  See, this is why it’s so hard to put these lists out.  December 26th, and I have a new one pop on to the list. :)

For more info… http://www.anakronic.com/

~Dan – np: Anakronic Electro OrkestraSpeak With Ghosts

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  1. 28th Dec 10 (Tue) at 1:01 am

    Thx Dan, Speak With Ghosts is also available from itunes!!

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/id404533750?i=404533828&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

    Claude Szwimer

    • 28th Dec 10 (Tue) at 6:26 am

      Thanks for the link! Great record. Can’t stop queuing it up. :)
      ~Dan

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