yessssssssssssssssssss thats the one! first stray tune i ever heard by stray. very impressive, at the time i got the impression he had vocoded the pad with noise which was a revelation for me.yeah, it's been a while. i miss the old stray with tunes like this remix and "pushed" and "when it rains" or "follow you around" (also on medschool).
or how sick is this ? (karl, is this the one you were thinking of ?) -->
I agree with your examples. Interestingly, it's still made almost exclusively by Russian producers. Hasn't seem to have caught on elsewhere.nah, i wouldn't say that, although it's very micro/minimal. i'll give a few examples of what i personally would define as microfunk:
Yeah I would. It actually started out sounding a lot different but the final version was pretty Microfunk inspired. I think the tune I did with Bop is definitely Microfunk.was thinking the same thing.
btw: would you describe your track "plume" as microfunkish ?
ah ok, that makes sense. first thing i thought when i listened to it was that it would perfectly fit in a microfunk podcast or set. reminds me (a bit) of tunes by nuage such as "very smooth draft" or "inspire me". or some newer ones by bop. but wasn't sure if you'd call it microfunk yourself.Yeah I would. It actually started out sounding a lot different but the final version was pretty Microfunk inspired.
This was one of the main reasons I picked up Past Lives. Quality tune and very Microfunky!btw: would you describe your track "plume" as microfunkish ?
I felt a similar thing the first Dawn Day Night tune I ever heard by Fracturefirst stray tune i ever heard by stray.