various artists electrofunk resistance limited edition vinyl lp
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various artists electrofunk resistance limited edition vinyl lp
01 various artists electrofunk resistance limited edition vinyl lp
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Electrofunk Resistance

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Limited Edition Coloured Vinyl. Germany’s gate to the stars of the international electrofunk, bass & breaks scene since 1996, Dominance Electricity, is back in effect with the long awaited follow up to last years interstellar “Astronauten EP” by Dagobert & Kalson.

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The new various artist compilation album “Electrofunk Resistance“ transports twelve perfectly sexy shaped “electro-funk & adult robot-pop” jams.
Carefully selected from seven countries, the songs draw a colorful mosaic of different electrobreak styles all sharing an extra dose of funk, syncopated
beat programming, fat & warm basslines, vocoder vocals and catchy synth melodies.
Collected over a period of two years, the new productions come from well-known names such as Datassette (UK, already remixed for pop acts such as Portishead, Air, Kate Bush) who delivers an outstanding powerfull electrofunk cover version of New Order’s “Blue Monday“, or Sygaire, known from
the German group Jazzanova. Established artists such as the Berlin based funk band Fendaheads, the german electrobass cult duo Dynamik Bass System (Gigolo Records) or the australien Hiphop producer veteran DJ Sing are meeting fresh discoverys of the label such as the british Diamondback Kid, the french duo Principles Of Geometry (Tigersushi Records), the dutch Roko Dragonbreath, who likes to enter the stage dressed like a superhero, the american electrojazzer Biepang (Open Concept Recordings), the one-armed Englishman The Artificial Arm (Mullet Records, Orson Records) or the funky New Zealander Reggie Blount, who just released his second EP on Clone Records. For the perfect unity of sound and vision, the accompanying cover-artwork, showing a cyborg goddess covered in shiny chrome, is provided by none other than Japan’s legendary sexy robot illustrator Hajime Sorayama.