EP Review: WINACHI – ‘Parasitical Elimination’


Parasitical Elimination

WINACHI released their new EP aptly named ‘Parasitical Elimination’ on the 5th November exclusively through the bands new bandcamp site.

‘Parasitical Elimination’ is Available now: https://winachi.bandcamp.com/

The Warrington band gravitated towards each other in 2015 and together with their wide diverse choice in music styles, they came together to form an original and magical formation of talents.

The band have happily built up recognition having toured worldwide with the likes of The Charlatans, Happy Mondays and The Sugarhill Gang. WINACHI also boasts to having worldwide plays from L.A times, L.A Record not to mention Manchester Evening News and also BBC 6 music.

Made up by Liam Croker (Vocals & Lyrics) and Antony Egerton (Keys & Programming), and joined by Andy Mckay (Guitar), Richard Ritchie (Bass), Paul Lawrence (Drums) and Inder Goldfinger (Tabla & Percussion) WINACHI have the ability to transport you.

Sticking on your headphones and listening to any of WINACHI will not only leave you escaping the mundane areas of life but it will transport you to another world. The EP takes you on a helter shelter, keiledascope journey with every instrument and sound acting as an unexpected corner. The band’s fans gravitate towards them due to the joy they share in their music, the funkiest of their tracks leaves fans uniting, the name WINACHI TRIBE is so fitting as this band, not only do they have a nationwide army of fans but a worldwide platoon too.

The EP is a teaser to the highly anticipated album which sees the band travelling over the Atlantic between Warrington and LA and mix all the best elements of Rock, Psychedelia, Hip Hop, Soul and Funk.

The remix E.P features a number of exciting international artists and producers such as…

I Kong – (Legendary Reggae Artist – Kingston Jamaica)

Paolo Baldini DubFiles – (One of the worlds leading Dub Producers – Italy)

Howie B – (U2 // Bjork // Tricky)

Impey – (Ghost Notes // NTS Radio)

Jim Spencer – (New Order // The Charlatans)

The collabrative EP has been described by the band themselves as warped and weird, they tell us to also hold on tight and enjoy the ride.

For days where vision is a little bit dark, WINACHI lean over and press that light switch, as things seem a lot brighter when this Tribe of people join forces and unite people with the power of dance.

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