Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah and Adrian Sherwood have hopped back into the musical saddle to announce their first new album in 12 years. Titled ‘A Trip To Bolgatanga’, the album is literally about that. Bonjo currently lives in northern Ghana and he has been working with different tribes across Ghana to select various chants, drums and percussion styles to bring to the mixing table. It is there when Adrian starts overdubbing all the samples and layers together to form the music African Head Charge put out.
‘Microdosing’ is the lead single for the album and it is the closing track. For Banjo, it signals the end of a travelogue across Ghana. Expect trumpets, drums, chants, electronics, organs, woodwind and voodoo dancehalls from the psychedelic underbelly of Ghana. The track is available to listen to below and is out now. The album ‘A Trip To Bolgatanga’ is due for release on the 7th of July and can be pre-ordered now.
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