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Freak Seven - We Bring The Music

Freak Seven

We Bring The Music

Sing Sing

Released: 19th May 2008 | 4 track tech-house ep
Four tracks of Acid driven Chicago-esque-Techno-House of the highest quality, this style of music really does not come any better (unless of course it was made in 1988!!) Freak 7 used to release tracks under the name of Sasso and has appeared on many compilations including, Brazilian Beats Vol 5 and 8 and Norman Jays Good Times vol 7, he even did a bootleg of Roy Ayer's 'We Live In Brooklyn last year which saw huge support from many DJs We Bring The Music is homage to all things acid, with stripped back vocals from none-other than Ironweed who just happens to be the brainchild of renowned writer, producer and vocalist, Aniff Akinola, founding member of cult Manc hip-hop outfit 'Chapter and the Verse', co-writer of Kirsty MacColl's hit 'Walking Down Madison' and general co-conspirator of such 90's electronic luminaries as The Orb, Steve Hillage and The Beloved.) And some slick drum programming, I defy anyone on the dance-floor not to move! Stepping up a gear and moving into slightly more techno territory 8 Bit Bitch uses clever carnival style drums, throbbing bass and sharp high hats. Curtis Chips is wonky 6am business that is sure will twist the mind of any seasoned raver Finally Acid Triffid (the name alone makes this good before even hearing it!!) makes you feel like you are listening to music of old but with a fresh twist, this EP makes me think of names such as Phuture 303, Adonis, DJ Pierre, Guy Called Gerald Marshall Jefferson and Bam Bam.
"Very nice, this is something I would really play."
Dave Clarke
"Every track is amazing, this is what music should be about, I take my hat off to these lot, I hope there is much more to come"
Jake One, Toob / Red Snapper
"Yessssssssssssss, that is rocking. Please send me more like this!!!"
DJ Robert Owens
"The vibe takes you back in the day, respect!"
Alex Attias, Beatless / SK
"Good stuff! I will use all these tracks for sure, it's acid house with a fresh twist"
Ben Lyford, DJ Mag
"Yes, that's HOT!!! Real deep basement / warehousey rumbles - love it"
Xander, Flux / DJ Various
"I love it, thank you... proper warehouse fodder, i will definitely play it this weekend and next Saturday at the warehouse project. Slick production it really is."
Matthew Krysko, Radio One