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.
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.
In April we celebrated our second anniversary. And next Sunday (July 15) we will celebrate it ‘in the flesh’ at Bird, Rotterdam – during Street Science Festival.
We organized a record fair, where a bunch of great DJ’s (like Coco Bryce, Pathless, Frankadelic and OptiMace) will be spinning records. Plus: Mister Adam, Saskia Haex, Lucky Dubz and Hans Foks will create live artwork on blank record-covers.
We are also invited together with filmmaker/producer/label-owner/DJ Mike Redman (Redrum) to join the talk-show ‘Mybio’ the same day (starts at 17.30). Special guest DJ is our Swedish friend DJ Devastate.
Last week we announced the winner (7-year old August Gesthuizen) of the Kid’s Colors coloring contest (original illustration by Dees & Mister Adam). And we’ve uploaded all the smashing results for you to take a good look at!
Last day of our coloring contest! You can still join!
Producer/DJ Kid Sundance from Eindhoven has been a household name in the Dutch Hip-hop/music-scene. August 2012 he will release his solo debut Kid’s Colors on Fremdtunes. The record will be released on 12-inch. Of course it needs an eye-popping sleeve. Graphic designer MisterAdam & illustrator Dees made a black and white version. And: we want you to finalize and COLOR THE COVER: read all about the how, what, when’sRIGHT HERE!
On January 27nd we celebrated the opening of our exposition of the project SEE-A-SOUND we did with collaborative art project Mashville at bkkc, Tilburg. After two-and-a-half month the expo is coming to end this Friday. April 20 (between 13.00 en 17.00) will be the last possibility to visit the expo at bkkc, Tilburg (NL)!
On January 27nd 2012 we openend the exposition ‘SEE-A-SOUND’ at bkkc, Tilburg. SEE-A-SOUND is an interdisciplinary project in which ten acclaimed autonomous designers and an equal number of talented producers/DJ’s teamed up to produce an exhibition and accompanying vinyl record. The ten serigraphs and musical compositions are on display in the exhibition hall at the bkkc, until April 20, 2012.
It’s cold outside, so let us turn up the heat a little.
Last week we had the privalage to open the expo ‘SEE-A-SOUND‘ at bkkc, in Tilburg (NL). The 10 subliminal works by the designers and 10 musical pieces were exposed (and will be until April 20). DJ Jameszoo turned knobs, twisted his sounds and sent a bunch of wicked tunes into the expo-space. Rodney Kasandikromo and dance-crew did a colorful performance and the phenomenal trumpeter Eric Vloeimans collaborated with our own DJ Optimus on a super-funky space-jam. And of course we were happy to welcome a whole crowd of enthusiastic visitors who enjoyed the works, beer and performances.
Also, to celebrate the opening of the expo DJ Mace did a mix for Laid Back. Laid Back, subsequently and in collaboration with Thefindmag who did a great job on putting together the magazine for SEE-A-SOUND, booked an add in the magazine and asked their designer (Oli B) to do a mix of tunes he was inspired by! Ecoute!
We could go on for days, but really, there’s work to do, so we have to sign off, but not without reminding you about our first upcoming digital release by Big Mister Doom! Enjoy!
A lot of water falling from the sky, so it’s time for another Weather Fremdcast.
We’d like to kick off with some more news on SEE-A-SOUND. The first results (soundbites and sketches) of the collaborations are to be viewed/listend to on www.seeasound.com. Mister Adam and Coco Bryce ping-ponged chopped up audio-files and graphic forms. Boris Tellegen screen-printed, during the Dutch Design
Week, his reaction to DJ Mace’s dusty, offbeat sound-design. And it seems that Attak and Grazzhoppa formed a new superhero-team. Find out about the collaborations right here: http://seeasound.com/samenwerkingen/en/ and Thefindmag introduces you to the project right here.