Freedom Fry - 'Friends And Enemies' [Track of the Day]
A French girl, Marie Seyrat and an American boy, Bruce Driscoll make up the LA-based duo, Freedom Fry. With a band name using a play on words, this duo is serious about creatively showcasing their music project beyond what you hear.
After releasing a western-influenced EP, Outlaws, Freedom Fry aim to give their fans a fresh set of tracks on their latest EP, Friends And Enemies, which is set to be digitally released on April 2nd. The first single of the same name proves to be a winner of minimal, simplistic pleasure.
Yes, 'Basement Dweller Overture' begins with infectious bounce, drums thick with all of dubstep's punch, the surgical bass infecting us with swaying rhythm. Cut-up vocal samples are spread around with abstract care, jittering over the drums that begin to fall into their own syncopated offbeats. Then comes the surprise: a veritable piano fantasie, filled with imaginative colour and fresh breaths of movement. [read more]
Is Dayve Hawk a stalker? With lyrics like "I'll watch you sleep," his latest track, 'Neighborhood Watch' certainly suggests he might be. We're well aware that he'll claim activities like this are part of his 'Neighborhood Watch' duties, but we're onto you sir. [read more]
You have to love a track that punches you in the face and then kisses it better. German producer Farhot's new and quite excellent track 'Fuck The Money' drops dirty a dirty bassline and sinister guitars beneath a childlike repetition of three simple words that we all agree with, while forever chasing the damn stuff. [read more]
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