Funkstörung

Funkstörung

Funkstörung (pronounced "funk-strong"): German for aural interference, also a play on wordsŠ
"funk" = radio "störung" = distortion Distorted funk indeed.

Rosenheim, Germany's production duo Michael Fakesch and Chris De Luca have an unforgettably unique and recognizable sound. First found on a compilation of their remixes entitled Additional Productions (1999), then on their Appetite for Disctruction (April 2000) full-length debut, Funkstörung's unrivaled vocal-splicing, groove-shredding, taste-proliferating style is equally strong on Vice Versa - their second compilation of remixes to date.

Dosing each of their remixes with an injection of electronic noise, digital soul, and cinematic ambience, Funkstörung are purveyors of futuristic form. Boasting original tracks by A Guy Called Gerald, Jean Michel Jarre, Nils Patter Molvaer, and other internationally known producers, Vice Versa is a hip-hop inflected blend of jazz, electro, and drum'n'bass, brought full-circle by Funkstörung's masterful studio wizardry.

Title Album Genre Tools
Sleeping Beauty Disconnected Dance, Electronic, Pop
Client:
Era:
2000s
Genres:
Dance, Electronic, and Pop
Instruments:
Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Electronic, and Strings
Keywords:
Acoustic/Unplugged and Romantic
Scene Descriptions:
In Love, Make-Out, and Morning After
Subgenres:
Techno and Vocal Pop
Tempo:
Medium Slow
CD/Track #:
Disconnected
Release Year:
2004
Track ID:
41927
main mix 3:52 160k MP3
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