The Optimist pulls together veterans of the LA music scene, including West Coast Get Down alumni Kamasi Washington (tenor saxophone), Miles Mosley (upright bass), Cameron Graves (piano, fender rhodes), Tony Austin (drums), Jumaane Smith (trumpet), Edward Livingston (upright bass), Aaron Haggerty (drums), Brandon Coleman (fender rhodes), Dominic Therioux (electric bass), Robert Miller (drums), and Lyndon Rochelle (drums). The Optimist was recorded at Kamasi's parents house between 2008 and 2009, captured inside a small tiny basement area their crew called "The Shack.
Led by DJ Patrick Forge (Kiss FM/Dingwalls) and Chris Franck (Smoke City/Zeep), Da Lata have consistently questioned the conventional map of Brazilian music, redefining and remoulding traditional music with a pioneering aesthetic and energy guided by UK club culture and their worldwide family of collaborators.
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