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Angelo Outlaw Debut Album Axis Of Time Out Now



Today we are elated to present Axis of Time, the stunning debut album from Philadelphia mallet percussionist and poet Angelo Outlaw.


Featuring Eraserhood Sound’s signature synth & soul production, Axis of Time is a dazzling blend of jazz, rare groove, funk, soul and R&B. According to Outlaw, the album is meant to transport the listener to a dream-like state, where space and time slowly fade away and reality is merely a distant memory. Each song sets a unique scene, as the pace of the music swells and sways...from the euphoric highs of lead single “Free My Mind”and uninhibited

groove of “Speed of Light” to the trance-like meditation of “Dreams” and mournful

melodies of “Invisible Clock,” Angelo and the Eraserhood Sound house band truly

go to the cosmos and back.


The record is an extraordinary debut from Outlaw, a young gay Black man who hopes to serve as an inspiration to others who might be perceived as different or other. His work transcends race, creed, religion, and politics, and has the power to speak to the universality of time, space, and human connection.


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Written by Angelo Outlaw, Vincent John, Maxwell Perla

Written by Angelo Outlaw, Vincent John, Maxwell Perla, Dan Scott (Tracks 7,8)


Angelo Outlaw - Vibraphone, Marimba, Chimes, Spoken Word

Vincent John - Bass, Guitar, Electric Piano, Synthesizer, Vocals

Maxwell Perla - Drums, Percussion, Conga, Vocals

Turquoise Cobb - Vocals (Tracks 1,8)

Ron Aikens - Vocals (Track 1)

Ky - Vocals (Track 5)

Widow Winslow - Vocals (Track 5)

Dan Scott Forreal - Guitar (Track 7)

Christine Elise - Harp (Tracks 1,4,6,11)

Ron Kerber - Flute (Tracks 2,3,6)

Michael Buckley - Flute (Track 8)


Produced by Eraserhood Sound

Mixed by Eraserhood Sound

Mixed by Andrew Torre (Tracks 8,9)

Recording Engineers - Vincent John, Maxwell Perla

Mastered by Ryan Schwabe

Art Design by Jeff “Dynamite” Silverman

Photography by Louie Kovach

Styled by Rooney Roark


An Eraserhood Sound Production

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