The pine trees blew gracefully in the breeze. Their greenery was the only thing to survive what had been a wintery onslaught. For months the country had been battered and hammered by the charge of the wind and rain. It had seemed like it would never end. Now, the spring had finally arrived and that same greenery hung beautifully from the trees of the forest. They had survived another slumber, whilst the rest of the world had crumbled, their presence had remained.
Hector Plimmer first featured as part of a Brownswood Recordings compilation several years back. Since then he has remained low key, however, his new EP is now upon us and it has already been championed by Gilles Peterson. Listen to 'Kalimba' below:
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