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Hailing from Washington, DC means that the Shamans Of Sound is made up of a diverse group of individuals who come from around the world. As such, the Statue of Liberty, aka the Mother of Exiles, is an enduring symbol of freedom and opportunity. As a tribute to this Mother of Exiles who has provided shelter for these musicians, the Shamans of Sound have recorded their own Mother of Exiles Riddim. They have invited a few other Washington, DC musicians to feature on this riddim and the results are nothing short of magical. Proving that music is a mission and not a competition, get ready for some mind-blowing collaborations.

The Mother of Exiles Riddim itself is like a reggae wormhole, so close your eyes and let your imagination run wild. The dubbed out drum breaks will take you a mystical land of irie vibes, and there's enough reverb and echo delay to smooth out the journey. The multi-layered, flowing grooves create a classic one drop bed, this riddim reaches out and just pulls the listener right in. The Shamans of Sound have crafted an excellent riddim on which any musician or vocalist would be eager to flow on top.

Shamans of Sound tapped their good friend guitarist Nikhel Sus of Novo to record Widget Dub on the Mother of Exiles Riddim. The results are incredible as Sus peppers the track throughout with funky guitar licks and spaced out tweaks. Just as you are lulled into a good mood he comes with his lead guitar solo, extra trippy with a vocoder talk box effect included. Just as the listener is transported to the Mos Eisley alien cantina from Star Wars, Sus brings you right back with some harder edged riffs which complement the dubby riddim perfectly. Widget Dub has a little bit of something for everyone, deep heavy basslines to get you moving and some trippy, complex guitar work for your head.

After releasing a few vocal tunes featuring some residents and guests, Shamans of Sound are stoked to be dropping a true riddim tune and instrumental workout. Widget Dub is only the first foray on the Mother of Exiles riddim, so be sure to check out the other tracks on this original riddim. And who knows, maybe your favorite vocalist will touch this riddim at a show and blow the crowd away, you'll just have to come see the Shamans of Sound live and direct to find out.
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