New Orleans-based African-American producer/composer, ÌFÉ feeds Afro-Caribbean hand percussion through digital synthesizers and drum machines as he delivers explosive lyrics tackling life, death and the world we live in today to create a 21st century soundsystem experience on 0000+000 - the follow up to ÌFÉ’s acclaimed 2017 debut LP IIII+IIII.
Otura Mun—working under the conceptual alias ÌFÉ—wrote, performed, and produced the entire album feat special guests: Bill Summers (of Herbie Hancock’s Headhunters) + Lex (a gifted, vocalist from the New Orleans underground) + French MC Robby The Lord + the soulful Yoruban guitarist Saint Ezekiel + the London Lucumi Choir + Polish American singer Lavoski, who as a steady ÌFÉ collaborator, contributes vocals to the majority of the album’s eleven songs. 0000+0000 was mixed in Austin, Texas by engineer Stuart Sikes, known for his work with Cat Power, Jack White, and Loretta Lynn, Sikes functions as a crucial collaborator on the album, bringing his own unique analog warmth to the electronic landscape created by ÌFÉ.
- Preludio II feat. Lex
- Fake Blood feat. Robby The Lord
- Tu Sabes K Si
- Wednesday’s Child feat. Saint Ezekiel
- The Tearer (Bembe)
- Prayer For Shangó
- Voodoo Economics (WolfMan)
- Heart Full Of Love
- Mr. Envy
- Closing Prayer feat. The London Lucumi Choir