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Mark De Clive-Lowe: Tide's Arising Album Release

Mark De Clive-Lowe: Tide's Arising Album Release

The new MdCL long player is available now in all good shops on ABB Soul/Antipodean Records. Released on CD and double pack vinyl, TIDE'S ARISING is Mark's new album of beat-centric modern soul music. Featuring NZ talent Nathan and Joel Haines, Miguel Fuentes, Kim Paterson; UK talent Bembe Segue, Abdul Shyllon, Pino Palladino (D'angelo/The Who); US rapper Capitol A (The Roots/Jazzanova) and more, TIDE'S ARISING is one of the standout albums of 2005.

Produced entirely by Mark, recorded in Auckland and London, mastered by legendary mastering engineer Tom Coyne (Sterling Sound) and wrapped up in original artwork by Wellington's Otis Chamberlain aka Mephisto Jones...

"Tide's Arising is modern soul music at its best. Mashing up beats of all varieties, be it broken beat, left-footed house, latin, jazz, soul, or down tempo ...A classic in the making, Tide's Arising will be topping album of the year charts come year's end, guaranteed. Highly recommended." - Staple (NZ)

"A world class affair - vibrant, sassy, funky and highly original" - smokecds.com

"As adventurous a journey across musical history and styles as it gets... Future lookin' cosmic soul music." - Straight No Chaser (UK)

Further Info, soundclips, reviews, upcoming live dates and plenty more online at http://www.markdeclivelowe.net

* Purchase Tide's Arising online now from smoke cds (nz) - http://www.smokecds.com/cd/37113

* NZ live dates to be announced over the coming months...

visit us online at: http://www.markdeclivelowe.net and http://www.antipodeanrecords.net


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