SECTION8DUB028D feat. Electromass-`Flippant Funk`

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    Section 8 Dub presents...

    Electromass - Flippant Funk


    Complex instrumentals lined with danceable new form funk.

    Jimmy Thomas (Electromass) started from the UK Bigbeat scene gathering many styles and
    ideals which have now set him up to master the art of darker edged dubstep and
    experimental instumentals.

    His interest in the mechanics of electronic music began early -- writing drum patterns in
    all styles and gaining knowledge from profressional drummers in the scene who have helped
    him develop his sound since his early years.

    His newest single, "Flippant Funk" is a de-emphasis on melody but empasis on strong
    rhythmic grooves and electric bass, An admixture of influences including drummer Bernard
    Perdie, and musicians such as early Chemical Brothers and Amon Tobin. This particular
    release in fact has an Amon Tobin-esque experimental breaks feel to it ... yet you also
    get a sense of deep hiphop rooted drum breaks and sampled jazz funk compositions of
    various natures,.. Both tracks focus around the half-time 90BPM shuffle and are very
    mixable with drum and bass and hiphop.. either way a definite good way to "funk up" a mix
    when you need to. Recommended.

    LABEL: Section 8 Dub
    ARTIST: Electromass
    TITLE: Flippant Funk
    GENRE: Glitch Hop / Drum and Bass / Experimental
    CAT: SECTION8DUB028D
    RELEASE DATE: 2011-06-07
    TRACKS: 2

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