Live at Dimensions Festival 2012
Recorded at Dimensions Festival in Pula Croatia
London United Kingdom
Vintage house, quirky jack trax, and playful boogie jams. London’s Funkineven with a two-hour set at Dimensions Festival.
So, how to craft a jam that delights literally every night-crawler active on his or her respective club scene, from your common house and disco head, to true-school hip hop fans and 808 fetishists? Step 1: Take a huge pile of records with styles across the board, say, _(artist-name)Prince_, _(artist-name)Leaders Of The New School_, _(artist-name)Neptunes_, _(artist-name)Larry Heard_, _(artist-name)Kraftwerk_, _(artist-name)George Clinton_ and _(artist-name)Masters At Work_. Throw them in a blender. Step 2: Add a huge portion of no-bullshit attitude. Step 3: Grind it up with the night-life expertise that comes with being raised on LDN warehouse and sound system culture. The recipe comes courtesy of East London’s finest _(artist-name)Funkineven_. Rejuvenating the noble art of Roland and rimshot jams, the Eglo cohort has distilled a formula that allows him to re-work house, boogie, soul and techno as rough and rugged as he wishes. Whether keeping it straight 303, or editing the Chips theme song, Stevie J gets the job done with Zen-alike patience and beats that pack a mighty punch.