DescriptionBreakbeat Paradise Recordings presents ''9Fingers'' the brand new album from Wiccatron, the alias of Danish breakbeat producer Kim M.Sorensen. We are proud to introduce the ''9Fingers'' underground music project - a ghetto tech journey through the funky and biomechanical world of Wiccatron.
BBP brings you a genre definer in the electro funk department this time. A good example of dirty grooves, melody and energy in music. Hard on Wiccatrons selfproclaimed ''Funky Ghetto Electro Breaks'' all the way, with his fusion of melodic biomechanical funk and ghettoelectro waveforms on polyrythmic breakbeat patterns in-your-face.
This album is heavy on a tasty array of funky vibes with plenty of bombastic breaks and wobbly samplework and synthesizers. Features multiple guest vocals and elected original instrumental work from Breakbeat Paradise Recordings no.1. sample architect and co-founder Wiccatron. This release just might be one of the best funky ass break tech party starting bargains out there.
1. A hardened ''Strongbeats Massive'' opens up the album with tech funky fireworks. A massive LP version of the ''Strongbeats (Original)'' tune also found on Wiccatron's ''Strongbeats (Remixes) Ep BBP-038''. Banging out waveforms that brings electronic acts as ''David Holmes'' and ''Utah Saints'' to mind in a distinctive blend.
2. Secondly we get a dark wobbly underground moombah, with guest rap vocals shooting immediate mooneffects raving on a tribal black'n'white-50s-''Tarzan''-yell throughout the jungle.
3. Third line-up brings us a stunning retro old school banger with a skater-friendly ''Duke Nukem'' to mess up things. This suits the ''Funky Finger'' track nicely and leaves you buzzing and ready to kick some bad asses.
4. With ''El Gato'' begins a more ''Progressive'' breaks chapter of the ''9Fingers'' album. According to Wiccatron this track originates from an unofficial collaborative project, giving this tune timeless guitarwork and a dubby and funky nu school breakbeat taste.
5. Tune in on this track if you want the party started ghetto tech Miami style. With a funky solo surprise and nasty electro vibes on wobbly synthesizers, sets the paste accompanied sexy female vocals.
6. When it comes to old school samplings and ''proggy'' breaks combined with a lonesome melody, ''The Dirty Drop'' has all that. A horny breakbeat-ride stuck on a planet of darkness and love, rolling and wobbling.
7. A ''Shamanic Funk'' brings us to seventh track and there's electro funk and enough exhilarating beats to come by. Taking the journey to new heights in an ethnic hypnotic yet funky happy tune. If you also like your breaks heavy and hard, it's for you.
8. ''Karmanarchy'' goes from chilled intro grooves to a crazy explosion of breaks and sounds of electro funk going down with a delightful female chorus. It's not until you realize just how many bombs booming in there you wonder how exactly Wiccatron managed to make it sound so seamless.
9. This is a 3-part mixdown session of three electronic ''9Fingers'' tunes. Recorded live and direct, to become a continuously live session. Originally Wiccatron called the tracks ''Fingers Of Funk'', ''Dysonbreaks'' and ''Dungeons & Spectrum''. From the wobbly witchcraft of ''Fingers Of Funk'' to the hard on ''Dysonbreaks'' ghetto tech driving beats, no.9.''Fingers (Of Funk Session)'' is guaranteed to rock the spot. The journey manages to end in a happy electro groovy symphony in ''Dungeons & Spectrum''s break tech land which makes for a great finish.
All tracks written and recorded by Wiccatron. Copyright 2013 Breakbeat Paradise Recordings. With thanks to: JBT, Badboe, Matt Catt, Kate Lesing, Hubert Marniau, David Ball, Damngroove, Victor Manki, Ez Icarus, Colin Angus, Jon St. John, Auden Allen, family and other friends(you know who you are).