Oumuamua by Ikarus
From the album
Ou-mua-mua, a term not to be confused with the French/Spanish slang for 'Where are the kisses?' Has a Laura Mvula feel. Interstellar objects are much cooler with musical interpretation. #NoteToNASA
About the Album
Oumuamua is a track on the third LP - titled Mosaismic - by Swiss Contemporary / Groove / Jazz quintet IKARUS released on Nik Bärtsch's boutique-label Ronin Rhythm Records on 05.04.2019. Oumuamua (Hawaiian for scout) is named after the very first observed interstellar object, that traveled through the solar system in 2018.
Meridian; Oumuamua; Saiko; Aligulin; Ikenophobia; Subzero; Mondrian; Iridium; Cirrus.
Ramón Oliveras; drums; Anna Hirsch: vocals; Andreas Lareida: vocals; Lucca Fries: piano; Mo Meyer: bass.
- Mosaismic by Mike Jurkovic
April 8, 2019
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