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The Tuscan band Quartiere Coffee publishes its fourth work "Conscience", produced by Ciro Princevibe Pisanelli. The disc is approaching a concept album rich in details that connect with each other give a unique meaning to the whole set. "Conscience" is the search for our self, it is to discover, it is to find, among thousand different faces, its identity. The whole work is "a journey to the rediscovery of important and essential values in order to make a positive turn to Our lives and the world itself", the band says. Inside the album there are several collaborations: The Train To Roots singer, Rootsman I, in the song that opens and gives the name to the record, Jamaican Utan Green in "Illusion" and Mistilla, Earth Beat Movement voice, in "Hey girl" . There is also Healing of The Nations, one of the pieces made on the "Piantiamola Riddim" produced by Love University Records. "Conscience" is available on all digital platforms. 

La band toscana Quartiere Coffee pubblica il suo quarto lavoro "Conscience", mixato da Ciro Princevibe Pisanelli. Il disco si avvicina ad un concept album ricco di dettagli che collegati tra loro danno un significato unico a tutto l’insieme. “Conscience" è la ricerca del nostro io, lo scoprire, il trovare tra mille facce diverse la propria identità. L'intero lavoro è "un viaggio alla riscoperta di valori importanti ed essenziali per riuscire a dare una svolta positiva alle nostre vite ed al mondo stesso”, dice la band. All’interno dell'album non potevano mancare varie collaborazioni: il cantante dei Train To Roots, Rootsman I, nel brano che apre e dà il nome al disco, il giamaicano Utan Green in "Illusion" e Mistilla, voce dei toscani Earth Beat Movement, in "Hey girl". È inoltre presente Healing of The Nations, uno dei pezzi realizzati sul "Piantiamola Riddim"prodotto dalla Love University Records. Conscience è disponibile su tutte le piattaforme digitali.


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