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Spree Wilson and The Flush joined forces to create a concept EP inspired by vivid and feel-good memories of young love and carefree summers during the “Golden Days” of Atlanta’s bass music scene.
Drawing inspiration from the sounds of legendary bass music pioneers from Kilo Ali, KP & Envy, So So Def Bass All-Stars to Raheem The Dream. This project, self-proclaimed as “audio artwork” clearly embodies the true essence of fun times and summer love growing up in the city of Atlanta.
Spree Wilson on the creation of Life In Technicolor:
The reason we started working on this is because we wanted to make a fun project that was influenced by being young in the summer and falling in love. A lot of these ideals stem from my childhood and spending my summers in Atlanta living with my grandmother. This EP owes as much to the city of Atlanta as it does to the people who impacted my life there musically during that time.”
The Flush on producing Life In Technicolor:
“Crafting the musical soundtrack for the Life In Technicolor EP was nothing short of amazing. Embarking upon this musical journey with Spree Wilson taught us so much about our city (Atlanta), it’s culture, and our role in continuing the musical legacy that inspired the creation of this project. We found a great team mate in Spree, and thankfully we were able to successfully articulate his music vision as the sole producers of the Life In Technicolor EP.
Life In Technicolor Cast & Crew:
- The Flush - Producers, Mixing, Recording
- Spree Wilson - Vocals, Lyrics, Guitar
- Go Dreamer - Guest Appearance
- Big K.R.I.T. - Guest Apperance
- DJ Jelly - WATN Radio Dj
- Dj Wally Sparks - Scratches on “All Night Long”
- Sean Falyon - Weather Reporter
- Chris McAdoo - Hotline Caller
- Destiny - Hotline Caller
- Relly - Hotline Caller
- Kiana Dancie - Traffic
- Mark Angel - Commercial Voice over
- Kid Class - Mixing
- Miya Bailey - Artwork Designer
- Stevie Aiello - Vocal Prod.
- Ced Solo - Vocal Prod.
- Frequency - Vocal Prod.
- Brittany Muldrow - “Starships” Background Vocals
Stankonia Recording Studios
Ray Murray - Organized Noize
The wonderful city and culture of Atlanta ,GA
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