MÒZÂMBÎQÚE – “LANGUAGE” (FEATURING JORDAN COREY)
[SINGLE] (OCTOBER 20, 2017)
November 2, 2017
Andrew grew up in the jazz and funk scene in San Francisco, where he developed an affinity for instrumental music like STS9, Tea Leaf Green and Medeski Martin and Wood. In his early twenties he bought a one way ticket to Zimbabwe without much of a plan or idea as to what came next. While traveling around the world, he studied and learned all sorts of percussion from a Kudu antler horn in Cape Town, ZA to the Tabla in Varanasi, India. Whether hiking to Everest Base Camp, tracking lions in Kenya, sailing to Madagascar or surfing in Indonesia, he was always amazed at how well artists like The Album Leaf, Tycho and Aphex Twin could enhance these experiences. His passion for traveling and the great outdoors gave Andrew’s musical direction a heavy influence on nature. MÒZÂMBÎQÚE seeks to portray walking along the sea, standing atop a mountain or sitting in a open meadow.
“I’ve always been a huge fan of nature and the outdoors. Camping, fishing, hiking, traveling… And I’ve always tried to evoke a feeling of the vast space and beauty our world offers with big, glorious sounds in my music. Ive always wanted to make music that people could cry alone on a mountain top to or give them memories of staring up at the stars. Its hard to describe, but its there… A connection of earth to my feet and it’s music to my ears. When I wrote “Language” with Jordan Corey I tried to create an expansive, airy texture by layering lots of things. I wanted it to be bright and full and larger than life, so Corey’s vocals could be the focus but everything else would compliment it in a really big way.”