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Ben Marc Announces New Album Glass Effect, Shares New Song: Listen – Pitchfork

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Ben Marc Announces New Album Glass Effect, Shares New Song: Listen – Pitchfork


London-based jazz musician Ben Marc—the alias of Neil Charles—has announced his debut solo LP Glass Effect with a new song called “Mustard.” The album is due out this spring via Innovative Leisure. Check out “Mustard” below.
Marc said Glass Effect was influenced by Four Tet, Bonobo, Machinedrum, DJ Shadow, Madlib, and his time in the nightclubs of Ibiza. He released the album’s first two singles “Give Me Time” and “Way We Are” last year.
Marc released the Breathe Suite EP in December. Marc has previously performed with Sun Ra Arkestra and the Ethiopian Jazz pioneer Mulatu Astatke. He also worked on Jonny Greenwood’s score for the Paul Thomas Anderson film The Master.
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Glass Effect:
01 Way We Are 
02 Sometimes Slow 
03 Dark Clouds [ft. Joshua Idehen]
04 Straight No Chasing 
05 Give Me Time [ft. Judi Jackson]
06 Glass Effect 
07 First Batch [ft. Ceasar C]
08 Jaw Bone 
09 Keep Moving [ft. MidnightRoba]
10 This Time Next Year 
11 Sweet Nineteen 
12 Mustard 
13 Make Way


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