Every Day
by The Cinematic Orchestra

— Released 13th May 2002

At a time when 'chill out' substituted maturity for blandness and mainstream dance music seemed to be searching for its dummy again, J. Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra returned to blow all our expectations.

Back in 1999, the group's debut record 'Motion' set tongues wagging with its unique take on modern dance music production techniques and the sheer visual energy of its sound. Its follow-up 'Every Day' is deeper than the ocean and packs a tremendous emotional punch, by turns mournful an...

At a time when 'chill out' substituted maturity for blandness and mainstream dance music seemed to be searching for its dummy again, J. Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra returned to blow all our expectations.

Back in 1999, the group's debut record 'Motion' set tongues wagging with its unique take on modern dance music production techniques and the sheer visual energy of its sound. Its follow-up 'Every Day' is deeper than the ocean and packs a tremendous emotional punch, by turns mournful and celebratory with a rigour that is so often lacking in contemporary cut and paste.

Across seven sweeping, dramatic tracks, the group take you on a journey through classic soul, jazz, choral pieces, sinking horn riffs, throbbing harp b-lines, minimalism and more, all imbued with a contemporary edge and an intellect that keeps things as far as possible from lazy wallpaper wank.  And with guests of the calibre of Fontella Bass (the writer and performer of '60s soul masterpiece 'Rescue Me' and member of free jazz renegades the Art Ensemble of Chicago) and Roots Manuva (whose contribution to 'All Things To All Men involves the kind of lyrics that stay in your head for weeks), you know that you're in for something special.

So sit back, close your eyes and prepare to enjoy a stunning home movie from J. Swinscoe and his associates. It's anything but everyday…

Every Day
by The Cinematic Orchestra

— Released 13th May 2002

Buy physical

2xLP (ZEN59X)

Limited Edition 2xLP

 
2xLP (ZEN59)

2xLP 180g Beat Delete repress

£17.00
 
CD (ZENCD59B)
£8.00
 

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MP3 (ZENDNL59)
£5.00
 
16-bit WAV (ZENDNL59W)
£7.00
 

Buy physical

Buy digital

2xLP (ZEN59X)

Limited Edition 2xLP

MP3 (ZENDNL59)
£5.00
2xLP (ZEN59)

2xLP 180g Beat Delete repress

£17.00
16-bit WAV (ZENDNL59W)
£7.00
CD (ZENCD59B)
£8.00

Tracklist

  • CD
  • 2xLP 180g Beat Delete repress
  • Limited Edition 2xLP
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    All That You Give
  2. 2
    Burn Out
  3. 3
    Flite
  4. 4
    Evolution
  5. 5
    Man With The Movie Camera
  6. 6
    All Things To All Men
  7. 7
    Everyday
  8. 8
    Oregon
  9. 9
    Horizon
  10.  
    Play All (9)
  1. 1
    All That You Give
  2. 2
    Burn Out
  3. 3
    Evolution
  4. 4
    Man With The Movie Camera
  5. 5
    All Things To All Men
  6. 6
    Flite
  7. 7
    Everyday
  8.  
    Play All (7)
  1. 1
    All That You Give
  2. 2
    Burn Out
  3. 3
    Evolution
  4. 4
    Man With The Movie Camera
  5. 5
    All Things To All Men
  6. 6
    Flite
  7. 7
    Everyday
  8.  
    Play All (7)
  1. 1
    All That You Give
  2. 2
    Burn Out
  3. 3
    Flite
  4. 4
    Evolution
  5. 5
    Man With The Movie Camera
  6. 6
    All Things To All Men
  7. 7
    Everyday
  8. 8
    Oregon
  9. 9
    Horizon
  10.  
    Play All (9)
  1. 1
    All That You Give
  2. 2
    Burn Out
  3. 3
    Flite
  4. 4
    Evolution
  5. 5
    Man With The Movie Camera
  6. 6
    All Things To All Men
  7. 7
    Everyday
  8. 8
    Oregon
  9. 9
    Horizon
  10.  
    Play All (9)

At a time when 'chill out' substituted maturity for blandness and mainstream dance music seemed to be searching for its dummy again, J. Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra returned to blow all our expectations.

Back in 1999, the group's debut record 'Motion' set tongues wagging with its unique take on modern dance music production techniques and the sheer visual energy of its sound. Its follow-up 'Every Day' is deeper than the ocean and packs a tremendous emotional punch, by turns mournf...

At a time when 'chill out' substituted maturity for blandness and mainstream dance music seemed to be searching for its dummy again, J. Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra returned to blow all our expectations.

Back in 1999, the group's debut record 'Motion' set tongues wagging with its unique take on modern dance music production techniques and the sheer visual energy of its sound. Its follow-up 'Every Day' is deeper than the ocean and packs a tremendous emotional punch, by turns mournful and celebratory with a rigour that is so often lacking in contemporary cut and paste.

Across seven sweeping, dramatic tracks, the group take you on a journey through classic soul, jazz, choral pieces, sinking horn riffs, throbbing harp b-lines, minimalism and more, all imbued with a contemporary edge and an intellect that keeps things as far as possible from lazy wallpaper wank.  And with guests of the calibre of Fontella Bass (the writer and performer of '60s soul masterpiece 'Rescue Me' and member of free jazz renegades the Art Ensemble of Chicago) and Roots Manuva (whose contribution to 'All Things To All Men involves the kind of lyrics that stay in your head for weeks), you know that you're in for something special.

So sit back, close your eyes and prepare to enjoy a stunning home movie from J. Swinscoe and his associates. It's anything but everyday…