“Let's Do It Again Part 3(villalobos/mart”

MFF15028 scanZoom inLabelMusic For Freaks
Cat. No.MFF15028
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Special remarks: 12″ with printed deluxe sleeve, 180g … Villalobos, Martinez Brothers, Tuff City Kidz and Freaks all on the same record? This is the type of house music madness that dreams are made of. A fitting start to the celebrations - we reckon you’ll agree! … Tracklist: A1. Freaks - He’s Angry - Villalobos Techmix A2. Freaks - Unbeknown to Us AA1. Freaks - Time - The Martinez Brothers Remix AA2. Freaks - Turning Orange - TCK 808 Fate Mix Short info: 2019 marks the year that Music for Freaks has officially been running for over 20 whole years. Two decades of topsy turvy, downright Freakish behaviour. How the hell did that happen? So, what better time to delve deep into the labels vaults again and uncover more of its hidden treasures. Back in 2015, we approached some of today’s most discerning producers, those who truly “get” the label’s ethos from old, to let them loose on tracks old and new. It brought to the fore the “Freaks - Let’s Do It Again” series of releases and we’re super chuffed to bring you the 3rd in the series to kick off the label’s 20th anniversary celebrations; a new collaboration with likeminded artists and we think you’ll agree it’s another testament to the divergent & insouciant house music that has always been the beating heart of this label. First up, we welcome back the Chilean anti-hero Ricardo Villalobos. When we sent Ricardo the parts to the Freaks album, “The Man Who Lived Underground” a few years ago, he sent back 5 interpretations which blew our collective minds. This is the 3rd of his journeys. Edited by head Freak, Justin Harris, it delivers a tripped out, discordant tech mix of the Freaks track, ‘He’s Angry’ and is a wonderfully warped and highly hypnotic jam, that drives deep down into the subconscious. The 20th anniversary wouldn’t feel right without some brand spanking new music from Freaks themselves. This track was properly hidden in the Freaks DAT vaults from the 1990’s an

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