70's Zen Manifesto

by Very Mash'ta

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"The Psychedelic Mochi Case" (2000) was the first release from the project Very mash'ta.
The history of this album was linked to the Brussels 2000 festival which featured cultural
and musical events.

A year later, the project reappears with newly recorded material. "70's Zen Manifesto" 
is a story about memories and anticipation.
In a kaleidoscopic manner, Mash'ta presents images culled from everywhere and nowhere;
while everything and nothing is destructured and recomposed through the mind's filters.
Rest assure that Very Mash'ta is not a nostalgic trip!
In this manifesto kung-fu heroes are fighting against infra bass, while rhythms are the
backbone of the absurd. Electronic textures surround the global village with reverence,
yet maintaining a sense of humor.
This new album is based on two sources:
material composed in the perspective of telling a new story, and extracts from a sountrack
composed for an Art Festival in Shangai (Polarize).

This is futuristic vintage music, a soundtrack fed by mutliples sources, genres and approaches.
This album will make you understand why Mash'ta is such a unique experience...

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released December 7, 2016

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Sub Rosa Label Brussels, Belgium

Record and production company managed by Guy Marc Hinant and Fred Walheer - releasing records in Electronics/ Experimental/ Unclassical/ Drone/ Noise/ Concrete/ Spoken Words/ Rare recordings/ Rituals genres.

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