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VA - Electrofunk Resistance (2012)

22-02-2015, 17:05
Soul | Funk | Electronic | Breakbeat | Other

VA - Electrofunk Resistance (2012)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Electrofunk Resistance
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Dominance Electricity
Genre: Electro, Funk, Breaks
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 60:57
Total Size: 151 MB
WebSite: discogs


1 - Principles Of Geometry - Americhael
2 - Datasette - Blue Monday
3 - Casio Social Club vs XS Night - More Love
4 - Sygaire & Defcon Featuring Capitol A - The Latest
5 - The Artificial Arm - Get Down
6 - Fendaheads - Oxygen
7 - Dynamik Bass System - Evolution
8 - Roko Dragonbreath - Planet Europia
9 - Diamondback Kid - Lost Souls
10 - DJ Sing ft. Andre Kaman - Let's Do It
11 - Reggie Blount - Shining Star
12 - Biepang - Neon Paralells

"The album starts with Principles Of Geometry's "Americhael", a track that starts with a 70s dance touch, just to turn into an electro dancefloor killer with stops and go. The track has also a bit of the modern electro French sound we already know very well. Datasette, from UK is next with a pleasant surprise: a cover of one of the dance floor hits of the early 80s... New Order's "Blue Monday". The UK combo did a great work with the track by mixing original synth parts with new upbeat beats, catchy vocoder vocals and a new electro bass line. Casio Social Club vs Xs Night are here with a track which isn't available on the digital format. "More Love" has all the characteristics of Justin's sound we already know, thanks to the releases he did for his own Mullet Records: 80s electro with boucy bass lines, smooth catchy vocals, nice synth pads and leads. Sygaire, member of Jazzanova, is here helped by Defcon and Capitol A for "The Latest", a song that recalled me Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five's tracks. The Artificial Arm is here with a new track titled "Get Down (To The Sound) ". This is a nice electro tune based on few melodic parts which are well alternated by using different synth sounds with the add of sensual female vocals. Fendaheads are next with "Oxygen", a tune with funky guitar chords, bouncy bass lines and catchy vocals. Dynamik Bass System, with "Evolution", dispatch loads of 808 beats, vocoder vocals, hypnotic arpeggios and synth stabs as usual, delivering a cool song. Roko Dragonbreath from Netherland is next with a stunning track titled "Planet Europia". This song is a blast! It has all the cool electro elements: catchy melodies, robotic vocals, blasting drum beats and a chorus that will stick into your head! From Australia we have DJ Sing feat. Andre Kaman with "Let's Do It". The track is a nice electro tune with funk vocals, synth solos and cool melodies. It sounds pop and energetic. The last time I reviewed Diamondback Kid, was for their release on Binalog Productions. After that, they released two EPs on their own label. "Lost Souls" is a good mix of robotic syncopated sounds, mid 808 beats and cool melodic vocal inserts. A track that you'll want to listen to again soon after it's finished. From New Zealand we have Reggie Blount with "Shining Star". This song has a sensual touch thanks to whispered female vocals and to its nightly atmosphere. The down-sampled filtered/clean male vocals and the female one give a great . From the U.S. Biepang with "Neon Parallels" is in with a great tune which mix jazzy atmospheres and robotic craziness. Try to think about Dopplereffekt on drug while listening to Miles Davies. This was the closing track and Dominance Electricity did it again! They produced a great compilation full of cool sounds and songs. Support them!"

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