Fremdtunes is a Dutch independent recordlabel / blog / community mainly focussing on beats- and groove-based, electronic music, art and wicked concepts. So far, we worked with artists like Kelpe, Kid Sundance, Coco Bryce, Mister Adam, El da Sensei, Erwin Vann, Moods, Klaas Verplancke and others. Make sure you follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud and sign up for our newsletter.
A new cut and paste blend of tracks by Kool DJ Mace on Mixcloud! Featuring Jefferson Airplane, Claude, Fremdkunst, Emufucka, 1000 names and many otheres…
Brand new teaser of Emufucka’s Island, out on October 20th!
Proudly we present: Zibaldone! The 7th EP Kool DJ Mace releases as Fremdkunst. On Zibaldone, Mace builds on shreds of previous releases and new compositions while navigating the Fremdkunst spacecraft into well-known and unknown territory. With the help of Shycop (guitar), Wiboud Burkens (keys), Erwin Vann (sax + fx) and Vincent den Hengst (drums) Mace composed an otherworldly sonic patchwork. Besides being inspired by Giacomo Leopardi’s extensive intellectual ‘notebook’ called Zibaldone, he took influence from recordings of NYC parkjams in the 70’s, cold nights on bald mountains, Lindy-hoppers, Suspiria, Verner Panton, expressionism and dilla-ism. Artwork is done by
On a regular bases we’re inviting talented, befriended DJ’s and/or radio-hosts to do a mix for our ‘Weather Fremdcast’. After previous mixes by Emufucka, Nifkin, R&R, Pathless, Frybread, Coco Bryce, Fine Cut Bodies, Big Mister Doom, Da Huge, Filthy Broke, Kerem Gokmen, Frietboer and Courtasock here’s number 18!
This time Coco Bryce is back at it again with an obscure and extremely funky mix stacked with beats, bass, glitches, dirt, dust and exotic grooves…enjoy!
About a year or so ago, my dear friend and walking, talking, scratching Hip Hop encyclopedia DJ Mace asked me if I were up for writing a column of sorts for the Fremdtunes blog. I gladly accepted this offer, but never really got to actually writing anything. Up until now that is. I was told I could pick any subject I wanted, just as long as it had something to do with music. So I decided to go with simply picking some of my favorite tunes from the past (and present). Not necessarily hard to find or crazy obscure stuff, just the ones that come with fond memories, or songs that have always stood out to me because of their sheer weirdness. This first one isn’t all that weird or anything though, it’s just that I’ve loved it from the very first time I ever heard it, back when I first started DJ’ing in the mid 90’s.
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Rec Mode Volume 1, our breakbeats & drumsounds compilation played by Salle de Jonge, is now available – besides Juno – via our Bandcamp page!