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today we released a new single on BLu ACiD Records:

BA 518 – BLu ACiD feat John Blake – Georgia

The second single from a recording session that BLu ACiD did with singer John Blake. A 21st century take on the work songs that Alan Lomax recorded in Mississippi in the 1950’s. The single will be available on all download and streaming platforms. Here are a few links.

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Recently BLu ACiD did a recording session with singer John Blake and we captured at least five great new songs. Today we release the first single from that session. The music will be available on all digitial platforms and here are the links to a few of them.

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BA 516 – BLu ACiD – Silence

an electro soul ballad, released digital only and available on all major download and streaming platforms. Here are the links to itunes and spotify.

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new track released on BLu ACiD Records

After the succesfull project with Boo Boo Davis in 2014 BLu ACiD did several other projects and here is one of the results:

BA 513 – BLu ACiD – Stuck Anyway

This track will be released digital only and from today available on all major download and streaming platforms (like itunes and spotify):

BA 513

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Mischa den Haring and Jan Mittendorp; two Dutch musicians/producers joined forces in this new production unit. Both of them have more then 25 years of live stage experience and they combine that with 2014 recording and production techniques. Like moonshine, the music was slow brewed in seclusion during all-night-and-day marathons attended only by the two members and the ghosts of the past, who were eager to have their voices echo into the modern world. Preserving the power and originality of american roots music but at the same time not excluding influences from any other musical styles nor any technology that is available today. In February 2014 they released their first tracks on Black and Tan Records and April 2014 their first album production: a new BOO BOO DAVIS release (What Kind Of Shit Is This?) After this succesfull project they did several other projects and new tracks will be released regularly. The tracks are available at all stream and download sites and below you find a list of releases with the corresponding links to itunes and spotify.


Releases

 Titleyearitunesspotify
ba-519Gallows Tree2016itunesspotify
BA 518Georgia2016itunesspotify
BA 517Keep It Burning2016itunesspotify
artwork BA 516Silence2016itunesspotify
BA 515Things Will Change2016itunesspotify
artwork BA 514Caveman2016itunesspotify
BA 513Stuck Anyway2016itunesspotify
BA 512Can't Stand It2016itunesspotify
BA 511Money2016itunesspotify
BA 510Dust On A Wire2015itunesspotify
The First Tracks2016itunesspotify

 

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artwork BA 516
BLu ACiD – Silence (2016)
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BLu ACiD – Dust On A Wire (2015)
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BLu ACiD – Money (2016)
BA 512
BLu ACiD – Can’t Stand It (2016)
BA 513
Blu ACiD – Stuck Anyway (2016)
artwork BA 514
BLu ACid – Caveman (2016)
BLu ACiD – The First Tracks (2016)
BA 515
BLu ACiD – Things Will Change (2016)
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Boo Boo Davis / Blu Acid – What Kind Of Shit Is This? (2014)

 

 

 


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Mischa den Haring and Jan Mittendorp; two Dutch musicians/producers joined forces in this new production unit. Both of them have more then 25 years of live stage experience and they combine that with 2014 recording and production techniques. Like moonshine, the music was slow brewed in seclusion during all-night-and-day marathons attended only by the two members and the ghosts of the past, who were eager to have their voices echo into the modern world.

In February 2014 they released their first tracks on Black and Tan Records and April 2014 their first album production: a new BOO BOO DAVIS release (What Kind Of Shit Is This?) After this succesful project they did several other projects and these tracks will be released individually on BLu ACiD Records, a subsidiary label of Black and Tan.

Preserving the power and originality of american roots music but at the same time not excluding influences from any other musical styles nor any technology that is available today.