SUPERCOZI

Zen Lemonade Chillout Album ' Babylondon'

Label : Electronic Soundscapes ( Greece )

Release : 2009-05-11

Format :  CD / Digital

Track list :

01 : Sky Dub
02 : Moon and 1000 Offrings
03 : Petrushuka
04 : Cisco Kid
05 : Digitalize Only
06 : Fall back in time
07 : Fansy Dub
08:  Rodnet
09:  It Doesn’t Matter

all tracks were written and produced by Zen Lemonade ( Gus Till & Cozi  Yukimi Yonezawa ) ,
All Rights Reserved 2008

Steve Hillage ( guitar ) on track 3 & 9, Tim Velkenburg ( guitar ) on track 1, 2, 3 , 6
Joe Crighton ( Fretless Bass ) on 1 , Cambel Happi ( Bass ) on 4 ,
John Marciano ( Guitar ) on 4, Afan ( percussion ) on 1,
Rio Sidik ( trumpet ) on 3 ,

All tracks recorded @ Honey Bunny studio / Bali
All tracks final mixed by Gus Till & Tim Velkenburg
All tracks mastered by Tim Velkenburg
CD cover illustration by Manabu Endo
CD cover design by Mertha Kurnia

Release note :

Bali based electronic music duo Zen Lemonade ( Gus Till & Supercozi ) are coming back with an absolutely fresh and groundbreaking album “Babylondon” .

“ Babylondon ” is an album that fuses dub bass lines with jazz played keyboards, atmospheric guitar riffs and solos, tribal percussions,exotic gamelan, smooth and silky vocals, real drums and electronic effects and processing all in a very unique Zen Lemonade style !

10 fresh tracks that blend top end technology with tribal elements and funky guitars under dynamic drum driven rhythms, all springled with a jazzy improvised touch and deep textures of clever electronica.

“Babylondon” is an eclectic distillation of carefully selected music compositions which have blended over the period of the last 2 years.

Legendary guitarist Steve Hillage ( System 7 / Gong ) is featured in track7 , also plenty of guest musicians such as Geoffrey Hales , Tim Valkenburg, Simon Polinski and Joe Creighton and Rio Sidik ( Trumpet player from Bali based world music band Saharadja ) make “Babylondon” a unique album that fuses 70’s rock, jazz, breaks, techno, ambient and contemporary electronica .

Babylondon The Yak magazine ( Bali ) article