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‘70s cinema comes to life in Jazz and funk musician Rose Noir‘s latest song ‘Modele V’ under Halfeti Records. The explorative musician boasts the title of World Champion turntablist, twice, and produces music that is comparable to the likes of Curtis Mayfield and Marc Moulin among others.
The suspense is palatable in ‘Modele V’ as the track cruises through a fusion of saxophone notes, a laid-back bass guitar, and gentle hand drums that culminate into an imposing sound that bares witness to the musician’s talent. The track is a serious interpretation and adaption of the ‘70s musical sound and motion pictures. It does not shy away from its origins, morphing to suit modern listeners like a restored old black-and-white photograph.
Rose Noir reflects on the inspiration for the making of ‘Modele V’: “The music is definitely inspired by ‘70s movies, but also by obscure ‘70s libraries music vinyl which is what music supervisors were using as background music in movies, advertisements, TV shows etc…but also nowadays highly sought after by music enthusiasts and hip-hop producers looking for new materials to sample”.
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