Close to two years ago, Breda-based producer Esolar a.k.a. Saccage released his Yield & Continue EP on Fremdtunes. One of the key-tracks on this EP was the Coco Bryce Remix of ’Monkey Business’. All though this was a remix, Esolar never published the original track…till now. Finally you can listen to the original version on youtube, and thus watch it too. The accompanying, highly amusing, animated video is created by Joost Raaijmaakers & Esolar.
DJ Mace, who just released his latest outing as Fremdkunst for Kitchen Dip Recordings, put together a new mix called ‘Tape This Beat This’. It’s chaotic, associative, dusty, glitchy, noisy, beat-heavy and filled with a lot of old hip-hop, jazz, funk and spoken word…download and listen.
We present! Fremdblend – tunes for the future – volume five: a mix of snippets of recent and upcoming releases mixed by OptiMace (DJ’s Mace & Optimus). The mix features tracks and appearances by artists like Big Mister Doom, Coco Bryce, Emufucka, E.R.P., Jay Hats (new on our roster!), Julian Edwardes, Kid Sundance, Planes and many others…artwork is done by the irreclaimable Mister Adam. Ecoute on Soundcloud or Mixcloud!
Performing this Friday (March 29th) at Mono, Almere’s topnotch electronic music night at BG-22-24: Julian Edwardes ft Wouter Jaftoran (live-set), Coco Bryce (DJ-set premiere, he’s playing Coco-tunes only…), DJ Mace (Fremdtunes-only DJ/live-set) and Snef (Mono, DJ-set). This is going to be one hell of an electronic music feast!
We’re starting at 21.00.
Pascha-Sunday (March 31st) we celebrate the release of Coco Bryce’s Club Tropicana and Julian Edwardes’ Paragon EP during the POBParade in Club de Santiago, Breda. Besides performances by Julian (with Wouter Jaftoran) and Coco Bryce, there’ll be performances by MMM!, Esolar (aka Saccage) and Fremdtunes DJ’s. We set it off at 22.00. Free entrance till 00.00!
“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.
Coco Bryce’s new album ‘Club Tropicana’ will be available on March 25, now make sure you get your vinylcopy of his sophomore album on Fremdtunes!
If you’re not into vinyl, but do want the digital files you can now be a early bird and get the tracks exclusively at BLEEP (FEATURED)!
Plus, to catch an extended glimpse of Club Tropicana: go here!
And if you want one of our very last copies of his debutalbum ‘Boesoek’ (2011): order right here!
First of all: fine-art-and-music-label Eat Concrete and electronic music festival FaQ Festival join forces and have invited Matthewdavid (Brainfeeder/Dublab), Diva Dompé (Critical Heights), Pete Concrete (Eat Concrete) and DJ Mace (Fremdtunes) for a great evening with experimental music at De Toonzaal in Den Bosch (NL) on the 17th of March. So, that’s this Sunday, starting at 20.30.
Following is an all-Fremdtunes night at Mono, BG-22-24 (Almere) on Friday 29th of March. With a live-set by Julian Edwardes ft Wouter Jaftoran and DJ-set by Coco Bryce (premiere, he’s playing Coco-tunes only…), DJ Mace and Snef (Mono) this is going to be one hell of an electronic music feast. We’re starting at 21.00.
Finally we surely have to mention the release-party of Coco Bryce’s Club Tropicana and post-release party of Julian Edwardes’ Paragon EP during the POBParade in Club de Santiago, Breda on March 31st. Besides performances by Julian (with Wouter Jaftoran) and Coco Bryce, there’ll be performances by MMM!, Esolar (aka Saccage) and Fremdtunes DJ’s. We set it off at 22.00.
Your friendly neighbourhood producer Coco Bryce, known for his ongoing stream of releases, just put out his second 7-INCH on indie-label Kluts. With artwork by the-master-himself Rutger Termohlen and the nebulous and gritty vibes on ‘Apocalypse now redux’ and ‘Washing Drums’ it’s as dark and obscure as Coco gets.
Acquire (it’s so obscure, you’ll have to search on the web yourself to find it)!
To top it all, Coco uploaded another track of his forthcoming album on his Soundcloud page: