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07/17 – 07/24 (#FF110)

#FF110: Rosetta’s Call

Folks, it has been a while. If we’re not mistaken, around a month. Yeezus, time is passing by in light speed.

Yet, before we end up in a rant about the significance of Time Management nowadays, we decided to start this week with lovely selection of creations that made their way to our ears. You may recognise some of the featured artists, while others you may not.

With it, we’d like to end this intro by focusing on the five pieces that are on the list. See you soonish with more major updates in August. In the meanwhile, shall we begin? We think, we shall:

1. Mic Ty – Walking With Greatness (Kami-O Remix)

First piece is yet another stunner from this handicrafter, whose roots are we following already for a while. During this period, the sheer quality of output has been one of the reasons, why we kept on texting you about this Glasgow-based DJ & producer, known as Kami-O.

While we previously wrote some words about one of his originals, we decided to feature his latest remix of Newham-based MC Mic Ty’s track, named Walking With Greatness.

By pressing play, you’ll be stuck in the realm of Owen, filled with raunchy drums & crisp snares. With the amalgamation between Mic’s voice & the instrumental, you’re going to listen to a piece that instantly fills you with energy & increases your energy incessantly.

Being released over one of our current favourite channels, in this case: Grime Disciple, you can get yourself a copy of this publication of sublimity by following the instructions inside the description box of the track.

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2. Tsundr – U Dun Know Me

Next tune on the list is named U Dun Know Me, a creation by London-based artist Tsundr (for the pronunciation-aficionados: it’s Tsundr with a silent T).

While gathering tunes for this episode, we let ourselves drift in the world of this intriguing producer, whose knack is to expand the horizon of Grime Music. This is something that we always love to see: creative people working in a fixed grid & enhancing its verges by experimenting with different methods of production.

One of those creations is the aforementioned publication, whose sticky drums are going to follow you even in your dreams. What a lovely upload. Folks, if you’re looking for artists on the rise, then this bloke should be on your list.

Make sure to subscribe to his channel, check out the releases & always be updated if something new comes up.

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3. Loka – No

Track number 3 is this salubrious release by Leicester-based producer Jake Phillips, mostly known under his moniker Loka. Being guided by Karma, it was destiny that leaded us to this piece that ended up being on our playlist of the week.

Being named No, what you’re going to listen to is an instrumental that surely has to be favourited by you & you after 5 seconds.

Whether if we would accentuate the adept usage of the acapella, the crisp setting of the drum layers or the whole arrangement in general, the tune No you need to check out now.

While doing that, don’t forget to push the Follow-button, otherwise you’re going to miss significant news about uploads & stuff. Oh & make sure to share this piece with your loved ones.

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4. CASEMENT – Jackem 5

You know, during the last few years, we’re not sure how many tracks we stumbled over, how many we have listened to or how many we received as an attachment of the inquiry.

With saying that, what we can say is, we definitely heard every significant combination you can imagine. Yet, as Karma tends to surprise us, we have crossed our path with this interesting artist from Glasgow.
It was interesting to hear how he used this significant instrumental as the base for his reinterpretation. If you’re wondering which one we meant, you can start to guess by pressing play.

By doing that, you’re going to hear an intriguing rearrangement of the instrumental of I Want You Back from the fabulous Jackson 5 by Grime-aficionado & producer CASEMENT. His refix is something that surrounds you immediately with positive vibes & energy, so that you’re going to catch yourself at pushing the play button for the 5th consecutive time.

While listening to this succulent creation, we checked out the rest of his publications. Yet, as we tend to animate you, we’d like to do the same & let the music engulf you.

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5. FVBIO – Chrome

Last creation of the day has been made in the beaut of a country, named Italy. Manufactured by handicrafter & Hybrid Club-proponent FVBIO, what you’re going to listen is a merger between sound layers that surely will stymie your mental den.

In case, you were wondering, yes folks, we were talking about his latest oeuvre, the Turbid-extended play. While perusing the ubiquitous spheres of the Soundcloud universe, this release, which has been published by our beloved friends from Vienna-based Hybrid Club Music-collective Ashida Park as their latest one, immediately got our attention.

The record, which we previously mentioned, is something that can not be defined or put in one specific genre-corner. With influences from Club, Reggaeton, Grime & Electronica, this publication really has sugar-coated our day from minute to minute.

While venturing through the aural spheres from this upcoming handicrafter, we decided to add the first piece, named Chrome, on the playlist.
Being the intro track of this promising extended play, we’d like to invite you to check out the rest.

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Be sure to check all the updates of the artists, their posts on Facebook, like their pictures on Instagram, give them a follow, hug to their labels & Don’t forget to eat some vegetables. Ok bye.

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