Danish sample outfit Den Sorte Skole are set to follow up their acclaimed 2013 LP Lektion III with a project that's set to enter the history books. Containing a massive 10,000 samples, new album Indians And Cowboys comes with the most samples ever held on a single album, racking up around 280 of the beggers per track.
Fusing together anything and everything - from surf guitar to Middle eastern kasbah swingers, the record looks set to be a trawl through humanity in a feat that was last pulled off by The Avalanches with their 2000 classic Since I Left You.
Naturally with so many samples, there's not a chance of a record label being able to clear the album, and Den Sorte Skole won't be showing up on iTunes any time soon - that doesn't concern them though - the project was created with an explicitly political message:
"Our music carries a strong political message, advocating for a shared multi-cultural future and against xenophobia, ethnocentrism, closed borders and an out-dated copyright-system...”
Indians & Cowboys is released on October 26th 2015
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