1. Intro Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:26
  2. Bottom Of The Pile Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  3. A Human Renaissance Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  4. Catalunya Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  5. Greedy Game Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  6. Dub Inna House Of Love Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  7. Greedy Game Reprise Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  8. Shoot The Messenger Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  9. Dubfart Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  10. Al Baba Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  11. Just Deserts Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  12. Let Your Hair Down Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  13. I Can Be A Man Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  14. You Let Yourself Go Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  15. Made In Hong Kong Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  16. The Mother Of All Hangovers Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30
  17. Teacher, Teach Me A Song Intergalactic Brasstronauts 0:30

Intergalactic Brasstronauts have released their new album titled ‘Music For The People’. Part Ska, part Big Band, all original. You get a sense of atmosphere on ‘Music For The People’ from a group that is as steeped in world music as it is in music history. A marvelous combination of studio technology and brass tactics mixed with layers upon layers of music and musical noise, Intergalactic Brasstronauts not only take it to the next level, they take the other levels with them.

About Intergalactic Brasstronauts

With their transglobal rhythms, beefy dual bass (provided by sousaphone and contrabass clarinet), blistering solos and sci-fi theme, Intergalactic Brasstronauts are far from your typical brass band.
This 12-piece outfit from Yorkshire, UK draw on a wide range of influences including Dub, Reggae, Jazz and Electronica.

Their debut album Music For The People, had support from Arts Council England and has been described as “perfect” by Craig Charles (BBC 6Music) and “highly recommended” by Dennis Bovell (Soho Radio).

The band is the brainchild of producer and composer Sam Thornton, a.k.a. King Zepha, and he called on the mighty New York Brass Band (regulars at Glastonbury, Cork Jazz Festival & Rio Carnival) to provide the horsepower.

However, since the project was conceived in the deepest, darkest months of the Covid-19 pandemic, live shows were not immediately possible. Instead, the band took to YouTube, creating a parallel reality in a series of weekly videos leading up to their debut release. Here they described their arrival on a deserted Planet Earth, their discovery of a bunker full of strange conical, mechanical, and electronic instruments left behind by the enigmatic human race, and their quest to recreate and preserve the phenomena that humans called “music”.

LINKS:
https://www.instagram.com/intergalacticbrasstronauts
https://www.facebook.com/intergalacticbrasstronauts
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsIhJ9BSTNaT0YOFDs0NGoQ
https://intergalacticbrasstronauts.bandcamp.com

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