DJ Mace once more explores the outer-limits of the nihilistic, beatheavy Fremdkunst-universe. Mace took influence from old school hiphop, Dutch boogie, freejazz, Trax-classics, field recordings from the African continent, the timid singing of French divas, ‘talking blues’ records and present-day electronic music. Inspiration comes from the works of Daniel Denett, Alfred Hitchcock and Stendhal. Musicians who provided sounds-to-chop are Erwin Vann, Wiboud Burkens and Shycop. The EP is mastered by the emaculate Jolie Nabokov and once again, Mister Adam provides the funkdafied artwork.
On ‘Another Point Of View’, his Fremdtunes-début, Moods presents emotional, dreamy tunes that reflect the thrills, chills and tingles that life brings about. Inspired by musicians like Curtis Mayfield and Dexter Wanseland energized by the music of producers like Pete Rock, Lapalux, Comfort Fit and Dilla, Moods is taking beatmaking to the level of idiosyncratic songcreation. Whether it’s the prototypic hip-hop swing on ‘Where I Belong’ or the uptempo dancegroove on ‘Comfort Zone’, this youngster will surely begird your marbles and broil your ticker with one-of-a-kind, hard-to-resist musical masterpieces.
We’re proud, thrilled and excited to let you know: ‘Mind Reader‘ by London-based beatsmith Planes is out now!
Planes (a.k.a. Point B a.k.a. Richard Bultitude) presents subtle, elegant, downtempo hip-hop grooves on his brand new EP. Sky high rhythms and low flying bass: Planes is a fine blend of sun-soaked synths, molten instruments and wily grooves. With guest-appearances by MC C.Monts and saxophonist Simon Panrucker ‘Mind Reader’ is a most-def must-have for experimental-beatheavy-hip-hop junkies.
Button up and dive into the mind of Planes…
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Out today: Disconnected Repeater by Big Mister Doom!
Ian Scott and Joe Wretham are Manchester-based duo Big Mister Doom. Their follow up to 2012′s ‘Tinderbox‘ EP is called ‘Disconnected Repeater’ and is out now! More mellow and emotive than their previous work, ‘Disconnected Repeater’ is an ingenious mixture of downtempo leftfield hiphop and deeply textured electronic music. Featuring Dutch vocalist & multi-instrumentalist iET and remixes by UK-artists Planes (Lab Beat/Fremdtunes) and Huess (Inaudible Answer).
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“Intensely demented electronic funk from the Dutch Skweee king. ‘Club Tropicana’ oozes hypercolour juice from every pore…” says Boomkat. Bleep states: “Few artists have the cajones to attempt a bag as mixed as this; even fewer could pull it off. Well done Mr B.” Kidkanevil thinks it: “Sounds incredible!” Mark Yelavich from Frybread Radio says: “It is so damn good”. Hackman called it “Colourful stuff!” And we like to call it: Club Tropicana…and it’s out NOW – on vinyl and digital!
Find out more about Club Tropicana right here.
The 7-ICNH/digital release ‘Cocofucka’ by Dutch DJ/producer Coco Bryce & Tokyo native Emufucka is out now! The two, not held back by bpm- or genre-restrictions, serve up a four track single filled with a combination of loud 808-drums and mesmerizing sounds.
The 7-INCH is released in limited numbers (only 200 copies) and comes with handsprayed artwork by Mister Adam. the tracks are mastered by Budy Mokoginta (Mokosound). Order your copy at JET SET (JP), JUNO (UK), RED EYE (UK), RUSH HOUR (NL) or a store near you! Get the digital version at Bandcamp, Boomkat, Digital Tunes, Junodownload or any other webstore…
Last September, Emufucka (RBMA 2012) released his second EP, Retrace. Make sure you pick that one up too. In the meantime is Coco Bryce is working on his second LP (Club Tropicana) which will be out on March 25 2012. His debut LP, Boesoek, was released in 2011 on Fremdtunes.
Read more about Cocofucka right here…
Today we celebrate the release of Retrace by Tokyo-based producer Emufucka (RBMA 2012)!
Emufucka makes his 2nd performance on Fremdtunes with this extraterrestrial 10-track EP. Inspired by the ultimate fate of the universe and the relations of space and time, Emufucka blesses the world with blissful electronica-fuelled rhythm sculptures. The elements for his playful songs range from sweet-natured melodies and delicate drum-patterns to tough sounding basslines and drums. On ‘Can’t nobody step to him’ guest Count Bass D amazes with softly spoken words on a pulverizing beat. Emufucka also invited 4 remixers: Quarta 330, My Dry Wet Mess, Jazzo & Melodiesinfonie and Coco Bryce – all adding refreshing new ingredients to Emu’s cookery.
Read more here…