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04/06 – 04/13 (#FF025)

chapter 25 – les rondeurs

bon jour. we’re back with the next chapter of the flamboyant five series. twenty-four weeks ago, the galaxy got a new citizen, a citizen with a purpose to spread some love, and sometimes cry about mellifluous melodies & voices. that citizen was named sonny solar. a guy, who parents were unknown, a person, born for a specific reason. the ample reason, so easy intelligible and yet complex, for the existence of sonny solar is to create a base of peace. a platform of harmony, a state of pulchritude, a place to create, a shop to present, what we’re talking about is: solar’s sanctuary of music….
…well, that was enough of story-telling. we’d like to go back to point zero, chapter twenty-five, les rondeurs, let’s do it:

1. Kanye West – Barry Bonds (Froyo Ma Remix)

froyo ma, a fellow citizen of the tapioca island, put his reinterpretation of kanye west’s ‘barry bonds’ nearly one year ago on soundcloud. since and even before then, he has been busy with releases over releases over releases. the refix-remix could be determined as a classy-yet-catchy hiphop-track. it starts with one eerily-known (damn it, we forgot the name) sample of a tv-series, goes over to the bassline, as crispy as our recently self-made cookies. unfortunately the download-link has expired, so if you want to fetch a copy of it, just simply ask. but be sure, to behave. this song is for the hiphop-people, the hipsters, the nerds, the hippies, for everyone, whether you want a song to chill with or to dance, froyo mas remix is the perfect choice. instant support, and instant post.

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2. Instupendo – Come back.

‘come back’ is a track, that was created by philly-based producer instupendo. le créateur, a trap-future bass composer, that is still not at the end of his road. a guy, whose potential is truely seen in each of his releases and a person that is still evolving his sound, as you can probably read on your own, while checking out the track. to talk more about the song structure: a trap instruemental with a succinct melody, that mesmerizes you for at least one-houndred-and-three seconds of your life. after that, the hypnosis is going to be over. albeit, you can extend it by pressing the play button again. be sure to check out the other releases of that young fellow. most of them are freebies and deserved to be mentioned. thank you for the music, instupendo, we’re pleased to follow your path. supported & posted.

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3. Hypho – Skilliahn

we’d like to go on with a track by hypho, the UK-based producer. the song we’re going to talk about is named ‘skilliahn’, a freebie that was released under shdw-records, which is a young UK-based record label. ‘skilliahn’ is what UK music is about: trenchant basslines, fused with twingy wobbles and bold acapellas. there is nothing to say about it all, press play and let the music do the job. dance, twirl and enjoy. be sure to give hypho a thank you for that release, by following him on the given networks, such as twitter or facebook. and besides, sacrifice some leisure, and check the artist page. oh and feel free to check out the other releases on the record label, they’re worth the time.

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4. Mura Masa – Lovesick Fuck

‘lovesick fuck’, a track by mura masa, was recently released as a part of his new extended play named ‘someday somewhere’ worldwide. a terse intro about mura masa: one of the pioneers of future bass, besides ta-ku & flume in our view. a british guy that conquered the world with his beats, his dedication & passion to the music, and every form of it. we’re not here to brown-nose, but there is no single mura masa track that is going to waste your time. each of them is unique and as beautiful as a popsicle. to talk more about the record: every single second shows you the succinct mura masa sound design, every minute the music flows with the time. after the release of the ‘soundtrack to a death’ long play, ‘someday somewhere’ gives you yet another reason to support this fellow here. it was a tough decision to pick one specific track of it, but we decided to pick up this one here, to accuentuate the aforementioned sound design and the stark melody. instant support, go buy the record.

follow mura masa:
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5. William Crooks – Fluorescent (feat. Akacia)

we’d like to finish up the chapter with ‘fluorescent’, a track by southeast georgia-based producer william crooks. this time, crooks has teamed up with aussie-singer-songwriter ‘akacia’ and he has cooked up something magical. the track starts with a pile of perfectly arranged synth-compositions, until akacia enters the stage and take it to the next level. to say it blunt: it’s all about vibes, call it midtempo, call it something else, we’re only going to use the term of electronic music. whether we’re talking about the melody, the voice, you can be assured that everything was arranged meticulously and that’s why its athmos is sounding so dynamic. we’re happy that we have found the track, and pleased to check the newest updates towards the producer & the singer. thank both of you for the song, keep on going. instant support & instant post.

follow william crooks:
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follow akacia:
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on soundcloud

so, this is it. there no more words to say… for this day. oh, and do you like the new logo? it looks impeccably good, huh?!

le fin..
..oh btw

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the end of the tale, but not of this book.

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