Bass, Sweat and Tears is an organic fusion of dub and nu-beat with a hint of psychedelia.
It is inspired by native cultures from around the world and takes the listener on a journey from Burkina Faso in Africa to Iran, Pakistan and Northern India, from Papua New Guinea and the Amazon rain forest to Italy and Spain.
Bass, Sweat and Tears is an evocative, deep and elegant work in which indigenous themes and global beats contrast and compliment each other.
The key undertaking in Gaudis work is to unify different forms of music from around the world and represent them in his own personal style, while at the same time, most importantly, keeping the heart and significance of the cultural roots.
In the making of this album, Gaudi worked with and recorded a total of 42 musicians from all over the world, creating a blend of global influences that evades categorisation and reflects wholly Interchills philosophy that irrespective of which corner of the globe it comes from, good music is good music.