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#WorshipWednesday- Succulent- Ital Progression (Original Mix)

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#WorshipWednesday- Succulent- Ital Progression (Original Mix)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQEOAYbCKTM Worship Recordings۪ beginning chapters deal heavily in a sound that is the culmination of House and Dub. Many artists during this part of the label۪s history had perfected this fusion, but had done so in their own unique style. One production duo that balanced this formula quite nicely is Succulent. The two men behind the name are Adam Tenenbaum and Sean Kamano. Succulent۪s 'Natural Progression' EP (WOR 013) exemplified the magic that could be conjured when combing the beautiful worlds of House and Dub. In early 2002 the release would find itself being reviewed in the esteemed west coast electronic music magazine, BPM. The magazine commended the duo for being perfectly in tune with the label۪s vision at the time. This Worship Wednesday we give a nod to Ital Progression۝, which is one of four tracks that were released as part of the Natural Progression release. The EP۪s title certainly speaks to the rich, unrefined flow of music that is contained in this track. Recently Tenebaum aka Nectar was involved with Seattle based music production company, Inneflight Music. It appears that Adam۪s initial involvement with music stems from being an advent guitarist and vocalist. According to his artist bio on the site, Succulent was a project that was used as a format for Adam to produce with friends. This project would see a release on Grayhound Recordings in 2001 and 2003 Adam and Sean۪s "Mercurial Dreams" (Grayhound Recordings) track was selected for Lee Burridge۪s 24:7 mix compilation. Reading further into the biography on Innerflight, we learned that Tenabaum became touched by electronic music through Dj Garth۪s Wicked parties and mixes from DJ Dan. On solo production missions as Nectar, releases appeared on Grayhound Recordings and a 2000 release on Worship with the Moj Aniol EP. We are definitely pleased with this piece of Worship history and look forward to possible future projects from both Adam and Sean.

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