Deeper Shades Recordings
Catalog Number: DSOH069
Release Date: December 7th 2018
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Boa Tarde, Portuguese for "Good Afternoon", creates a musical landscape with a melodic drone. Designed to create a dancer's moving mediation, the drums provide energy for the breath, while the leads become the mantra. The second half of the song features a series of lead sonics that unleash the dancer's spirit. The electric guitar synthesizer lovechild lead creates sustaining movement that pushes the dancer into the sky; which then breaks into ethereal bells that fall back down to the dance floor.
Boa Noite, Portuguese for "Good Night", offers an interesting intersection of syncopated drums and leads against a backdrop of thick etherial pads and soundscapes. Designed to be minimal yet busy, it is a dancer's dream for a deep groove meets technical play things. A great track for dancer's to explore and play with.
A great two sided deep journey perfect for movement exploration and lot's of dancing with your eyes closed.
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1. Boa Tarde – 6:21
2. Boa Noite – 7:40
Music written & produced by Cody Ferreira
Mastered by Herb LF @ nfm mastering
Artwork by Tsunami Originals - www.tsunami-originals.com
(P) & © 2018 Deeper Shades Recordings
----- COFLO BIOGRAPHY:
Born and raised in the Bay Area of California, Coflo is a self proclaimed "house head". His longevity in house music culture all stems from Coflo's love for the study and practice of house dance. With over 20 years of skin in the game, Coflo found music production out of a necessity to further his evolution in dance. Through the years Coflo has had success with original and remix productions on quality underground house labels such as Ocha Records, MoBlack Records, Offering, Sure Players, Merecumbe and his own imprint Catch The Ghost Records. Coflo has a taste for all corners of house music, ranging from extremely deep to ancestral and diasporic; from bizarre tech to ethereal minimal. Coflo's debut full length album titled "O Berimbau" was exactly that, a tasteful blend of house music spanning through various sounds with a foundation in Capoeira music culture. Also a Capoeirista, Coflo credits much of his morals and philosophies to that of his Capoeira Mestre's teachings. Coflo cites some of his earliest influences from producers like: Ron Trent, Trinidadian Deep, Abicah Soul, Osunlade, Larry Heard, Carlos Mena and Stephen Rigmaiden. If you are ever visiting the Bay Area of California and you are looking to go out and dance to some good tunes, look him up!