The making of the album ‘Further In Time’

Afro Celt Sound System

On Volume 3: Further In Time, voices from African and Celtic traditions blaze into a future informed by pop craft and dance euphoria; thunderous Indian rhythms engage in dialogue with the African talking drum; where the sounds of Morocco and Eastern Europe are woven through psychedelic club soundscapes and disarmingly sharp, disciplined songwriting.

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