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Not By Chance feat. JusMoni
October 25, 2019
Today marks the release of "Not by Chance" - the second of three tracks from High Pulp's 💡Light Fix EP💡 featuring another one of Seattle's finest: JusMoni.
Moni's ageless wisdom best expresses the essence:
"What's coincidence if it's already written? Most times it takes getting out of the way of yourself to experience, wholeheartedly and fully." -JusMoni
About High Pulp
High Pulp is an instrumental, Seattle-based collective.
DO NOT CONSUME. IT WILL MAKE YOU SICK.
It all began in 2017 when High Pulp emerged from a weekly “Funk Church” jam session at Seattle’s historic jazz club The Royal Room. It was here that High Pulp’s founding members discovered one another. An inexplicable force pulled the collective together to produce the high-octane jazz, funk, hip-hop, punk, psychedelic cocktail that soon became their signature sound.
In 2019, High Pulp’s orbit collided with three well-known Seattle-based R&B/soul artists - JusMoni, Falon Sierra, and Shaina Shepherd (BEARAXE) - bringing vocalists into High Pulp’s extended musical family for the first time. Each of these artists joined in writing and recording a track with High Pulp, and together the three tracks formulate the Light Fix EP (released Fall 2019).
Now, the story continues with MUTUAL ATTRACTION, a series of three EPs released throughout next year in partnership with UK-based label KingUnderground.
"High Pulp answers the new millennium’s post-trip-hop, -indie, -ambient, -drum & bass, etc. contemporary with vinyl sharp grooves, macramé arrangements, and session-level instrumentation"
- Earshot Jazz
“There just aren’t many bands making music like this right now”
- What’s Up! Magazine