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Bring Me the Head of Freq Nasty (CD)

By: FREQ NASTY



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DISC 1 for Bring Me the Head of Freq Nasty (CD) Album By FREQ NASTY
1   Come Let Me Know
2   Fresh
3   Boomba Clat
4   Amped
5   Brooklyn 2 Brixton
6   Sil Num Tao
7   Clit Licka
8   Punkadelic
9   Goose
10   2 Females
11   La Machina Latina

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It’s the Freq-in’ weekend, baby we’re about to have us some fun. New Zealand ex-pat Darin Mcfadyen - Freq Nasty to anyone who’s felt the width of his basslines on dancefloors around the world - knows well that the shifting patterns of culture mean fun by the ton in 2004.

Bring Me The Head of Freq Nasty, is his first album for Brighton’s Skint Records and the second of his career. For the last twelve years, he’s been tinkering with the back end of rave culture and carving aural geometry out of uncut basslines and diamond-tipped breakbeats. In 1991 he arrived in Britain with a one-way ticket and immersed himself into the raging elementalism of the drum & bass scene, and emerged, dazed and enthused, as Freq Nasty.

An alumni of the seminal SOUR and Motiv labels, Freq Nasty rapidly established himself as one of the breakbeat scene’s pioneers, producing instant classic after instant classic with studio partner BLIM. As breakbeat flourished into its own, Freq Nasty’s tunes remained ahead of the pack. His remix of Steve Reich’s ‘Desert Music’ became breakbeat’s own ‘Inner City Life’ or ‘Energy Flash’: emblematic signature tunes of an emerging scene. Since then the likes of Fatboy Slim, Kelis and KRS-One have all felt the benefit of a Freq Nasty re-rub. Bring Me The Head Of Freq Nasty is the result of a long hibernation in his studio. What resulted is about as far from generic clockwork breaks as Brixton is from Brisbane, reflecting the genetic stew of urban music today: bashment, breaks, hip hop, drum & bass and garage.



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