DescriptionMassive jam packed September see's the Fu of the Tech variety do a full frontal assault with two different EPs.
Leading the various tech fu hard EP is resident Ash Preston and his track "Pipeline". A catchy piano melody breakdown coupled by his signature bassline and percussion propel this beast forward like some sort of crazed polar bear with a taste for coca cola.
Our first Mexican on the label! And with a unique artist name, CHAV3Z-X lands like a UFO onto our label with a hooky track called "Everlasting" with some smooth vocals from Kate Lesing. Keep an eye out for this dude!
Three Canadians from different borders unite for a vs titled "Life Support". Kung Fu label boss meets Vancouver's Allya featuring the vocals of Calgary singer Amanda Sampson, this track has some vocals you might recognize and some heavy hitting dirty basslines you might not recognize (but will certainly feel!) This is the Allya mix, stay tuned for the Rodi Style mix on Kung Fu!
Label boss DJ Audy fills in with her track "Malfunction". As with all her productions, this is another top notch affair with techy percussion, monster bass and squelchy imma cut you up style synths. Take a shower after cause this is dirty!
Russia representing! Slamming into Tech Fu like the coldest of weather, Oyaebu reminds us that Russia may have some cold ass weather, but they sure can drop some fiery hot tuneage! Check it out that breakdown and their unique style of production!
To round off the package is a massive remix from Verjo! Aggressive like a charging bull, his remix is a nonstop slam in your face track with clever edits and glitches. Monster!