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Fimber Bravo Featuring Zongamin – Life After Doomsday – Abeano Premiere


This tune is weird as shit, but that’s why we love it. Taken from renowned steel pan player Fimber Bravo’s debut album Con-Fusion (out 21 January), Life After Doomsday is exactly that: a big dystopian synth is brightened by a joyous steel pan section, and the ensuing 8 minutes sound like a fight between the relentless darkness and tropical glee. It’s very excellent and you should listen to it immediately:

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