Fantastic Freeriding 2

Fantastic Freeriding 2 Artwork

Artist: Various
Cat.No: SRCD 002
Format: CD & Digital

01. Ancient Astronauts - Mexican Loneliness
02. Kabanjak - Zumbala
03. Deela - Enjoy
04. Protasov - Mirrorblind
05. Ancient Astronauts - Return To Blackspin (Protassov Remix)
06. Protassov & Alexander - Patterns Of Force
07. Deela - Wednesday
08. Kabanjak - I Am Blind
09. Protassov - Eyeless & Painfree
10. Ancient Astronauts - What Does It Take For You To See My Heart?
11. Deela - Conceicao (Straight Up Mix)
12. Protassov - Stupid Pillow (Hint Remix)
13. Kabanjak - Chinese Reverie
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Ancient Astronauts - aka label head Tom Strauch and inhouse producer Ingo Möll - present new fat visions: "Mexican Loneliness" is a heavy nodder whose red sun renders the mouth dry and dusty. "Return To Blackspin (Protassov Remix)" comes as a relaxed and playful remix with lots of atmosphere. "What Does It Take For You" is riddim-driven and alive with flutes and strings.


Protassov once again shows himself as a drumster with a head all his own: "Mirrorblind" is thinking man's music for conscious beat friends. "Patterns Of Force" by Protassov & Alexander - aka Tom Strauch - serves as a melancholic reflection - in comparison, "Eyeless & Painfree" shines like a spring meadow with many funky flowers. Finally, "Stupid Pillow (Hint Remix)" is a remix by the new Hombre/Ninja Tune talent with a hint to R'n'B. Handclappin' good!


Four-headed band Deela is also heard again here: "Enjoy" is a vivid uptempo chiller for B-boys in their best live tradition. "Wednesday" is an authentic "on the one" Jazz funker and "Conceicao" a NuJazzer with a round bass - already a standard at Deela gigs and appearing here in a special mix.


Kabanjak - a moniker of Ingo Möll - is representing here with "Zumbala", an airy Funk take with wide layers and a catchy guitar lick. "I Am Blind" is a real tune with a riddim section that just takes one along. "Chinese Reverie" - a spacious Tai-Chi daydream - closes "Fantastic Freeriding 2".


The artwork for "Fantastic Freeriding 2" comes from the renowned NuSkool skier and graphic artist Jamie Strachan, who has already displayed his works at well-known exhibitions like modart and, as founding member of Spiritch Media, designs the boardsports mag "Source" among other things.