Announcing: Fabiano do Nascimento “Ykytu”

GUARANTEED IN AND SHIPPING VIA OUR RAPPCATS WEBSTORE: FABIANO DO NASCIMENTO – YKYTU

The Brasilian guitarist’s first album of solo guitar, in which he overdubs, effects and alters this 10, 7 and 6 strings in a manner equally meditative and exhilarating.

“… based in Los Angeles, a continent away from his homeland, Nascimento draws from a deep love of Brazilian rhythms and pays homage to his mentors… his music is beautiful and transcendent and – at this time and place – a balm. – -KCRW.

Ykytu is Brasilian guitarist Fabiano do Nascimento’s fourth album for Now-Again Records. Produced by Nascimento’s longtime engineer Jason Hiller, this album is do Nascimento’s first solo guitar album and, like his previous album, Preludio, is reliant on do Nascimento’s own compositions, with a little help from like-minded musical travelers.  MORE

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Eye Q – Please The Nation – LP #21 in Now-Again Reserve

The Effect Of Heavy Music: Rock Music And Revolution In 70s Zimbabwe. Eye Q’s music has never been collated and issued outside of its country of origin. Now, as part of the Now-Again Reserve series, their rare singles and even rarer album are presented in full.

A 3rd bonus LP with additional songs is available to Now-Again Reserve subscribers.

SUBSCRIBE: NOW-AGAIN RESERVE – there are a limited amount of “Catch Me Up” subscriptions still available to get you the entire run of NOW-AGAIN RESERVE releases. MORE

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Egon’s Spotify Playlist – 70 Hours Of Music, Weekly Updates

Egon, holding the Universoul’s funk killer “New Generation.” This and hundreds of other songs from all eras and all genres are up in his Spotify playlist. Weekly – sometimes daily – updates. Photo by Eilon Paz for Dust and Grooves.

Egon’s culled and updated his Spotify playlist – Now Again – Egon’s Selections. It’s now at around 70 hours and counting: Egon updates it on an average twice a month…

So stay tuned: it should take the pressure off trying to figure out the best of the most obscure tracks in the billions of tracks now available at the streaming behemoth. At least in one music fan’s perspective.

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