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Globe-trotting and much loved DJ and producer Nickodemus, is back with his fifth album, "Soul & Science." Known in many circles worldwide for his own inimitable style rooted in the many cultures of New York City, Nickodemus mixes influences from the Latin, African, Middle Eastern and Caribbean diasporas, blending them with homegrown sounds like House, Disco, and Hip-Hop with style and finesse. This new album is no different in it's genre and influence fluidity, taking listeners on a journey of self-discovery through Nico's eyes, exploring the relationship between humanity and technology in a rapidly changing world, weaving together a vibrant tapestry of musical genres from his time spend criss-crossing the globe as an artist the last two decades. "Despite our fears of being taken over by evil-intelligent robots or imploding from our own internal turmoil, human beings endure, converting joy and pain into expressions of art. The voices on this album lead us to the realization: we share more in common with each other than modern media would like us to believe. It's solid science!", says Nico. And like with every one of his albums, the title track "Soul & Science" offers us a Hip Hop lyrical summary on the theme of the record. "Artificial Intelligence is irrelevant to my artistry.", Malik Work rhymes, "I'm an outlier, true outsider, not the average. Can't be computed and booted for data gathering." As is the case with every Nickodemus record, "Soul & Science" is a collaborative effort between old and new friends, recorded in his home studio / record room / memorabilia museum. From Latin America to North & West Africa, from the dance-floors of Europe to the gritty homebase of New York City, "Soul & Science" is a celebration of the human spirit in all it's multifaceted glory as Nickodemus invites listeners to put down their phones, free their hands, be open to surprises and let loose on the dance-floor. The album is a reminder that, as emerging technologies continue to reshape our world, we must not forget the soulful, magical essence that makes us human
Globe-trotting and much loved DJ and producer Nickodemus, is back with his fifth album, "Soul & Science." Known in many circles worldwide for his own inimitable style rooted in the many cultures of New York City, Nickodemus mixes influences from the Latin, African, Middle Eastern and Caribbean diasporas, blending them with homegrown sounds like House, Disco, and Hip-Hop with style and finesse. This new album is no different in it's genre and influence fluidity, taking listeners on a journey of self-discovery through Nico's eyes, exploring the relationship between humanity and technology in a rapidly changing world, weaving together a vibrant tapestry of musical genres from his time spend criss-crossing the globe as an artist the last two decades. "Despite our fears of being taken over by evil-intelligent robots or imploding from our own internal turmoil, human beings endure, converting joy and pain into expressions of art. The voices on this album lead us to the realization: we share more in common with each other than modern media would like us to believe. It's solid science!", says Nico. And like with every one of his albums, the title track "Soul & Science" offers us a Hip Hop lyrical summary on the theme of the record. "Artificial Intelligence is irrelevant to my artistry.", Malik Work rhymes, "I'm an outlier, true outsider, not the average. Can't be computed and booted for data gathering." As is the case with every Nickodemus record, "Soul & Science" is a collaborative effort between old and new friends, recorded in his home studio / record room / memorabilia museum. From Latin America to North & West Africa, from the dance-floors of Europe to the gritty homebase of New York City, "Soul & Science" is a celebration of the human spirit in all it's multifaceted glory as Nickodemus invites listeners to put down their phones, free their hands, be open to surprises and let loose on the dance-floor. The album is a reminder that, as emerging technologies continue to reshape our world, we must not forget the soulful, magical essence that makes us human
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Nickodemus - Soul & Science

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Format: CD
Label: WONDERWHEEL
Rel. Date: 07/21/2023
UPC: 674276626709

Soul & Science
Artist: Nickodemus
Format: CD
New: In Stock $11.99
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DISC: 1

1. La Noche (feat. Antonia Lizana)
2. Mama Tchipp (Follow Me) [feat. Pat Kalla]
3. Plastic (A Bigger Name) [feat. The Illustrious Blacks]
4. Mamaciterranea (feat. Huaira, Captures and Mauro Durante)
5. Soul ; Science (feat. The Real Live Show ; Indigo Prodigy)
6. The Shadow Thief (feat. Alsarah)
7. Knockin' (feat. Bad Colours ; The Illustrious Blacks)
8. Race to Robotics (feat. Internet Provider ; MC Saturn 6)
9. No Puedo Parar (feat. Barzo, Troy Simms ; Jungle Fire Horns)

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Globe-trotting and much loved DJ and producer Nickodemus, is back with his fifth album, "Soul & Science." Known in many circles worldwide for his own inimitable style rooted in the many cultures of New York City, Nickodemus mixes influences from the Latin, African, Middle Eastern and Caribbean diasporas, blending them with homegrown sounds like House, Disco, and Hip-Hop with style and finesse. This new album is no different in it's genre and influence fluidity, taking listeners on a journey of self-discovery through Nico's eyes, exploring the relationship between humanity and technology in a rapidly changing world, weaving together a vibrant tapestry of musical genres from his time spend criss-crossing the globe as an artist the last two decades. "Despite our fears of being taken over by evil-intelligent robots or imploding from our own internal turmoil, human beings endure, converting joy and pain into expressions of art. The voices on this album lead us to the realization: we share more in common with each other than modern media would like us to believe. It's solid science!", says Nico. And like with every one of his albums, the title track "Soul & Science" offers us a Hip Hop lyrical summary on the theme of the record. "Artificial Intelligence is irrelevant to my artistry.", Malik Work rhymes, "I'm an outlier, true outsider, not the average. Can't be computed and booted for data gathering." As is the case with every Nickodemus record, "Soul & Science" is a collaborative effort between old and new friends, recorded in his home studio / record room / memorabilia museum. From Latin America to North & West Africa, from the dance-floors of Europe to the gritty homebase of New York City, "Soul & Science" is a celebration of the human spirit in all it's multifaceted glory as Nickodemus invites listeners to put down their phones, free their hands, be open to surprises and let loose on the dance-floor. The album is a reminder that, as emerging technologies continue to reshape our world, we must not forget the soulful, magical essence that makes us human
        
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