London’s A.R. Kane are a black duo who wield guitars rather than sampling machines. But their ethereal version of ”black rock” has little in common with the funk-metal bombast of Living Colour. Influenced by Miles Davis’ late ’60s jazz-rock fusion and reggae’s echo-laden beat, A.R. Kane combine irridescent guitar haze with haunting melodies and mystical imagery. Americana is their U.S. major label debut, courtesy of art-rocker David Byrne’s new record label, Luaka Bop.
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