I won’t lie: it’s my goal to become a respected mastering engineer, no matter how long it takes – and the past year has definitely been highly rewarding in that respect, as mastering’s kept me pretty busy.
I’ve learned tons, developing my skills every week, tackling difficult cases, making clients happy (even some particular ones as well as respected producers). When you truly love what you do, it doesn’t even feel like work – this has always applied to anything I’ve done in the field of music. And mastering’s become an enjoyable and natural continuation after having made music for 20+ years.
Should you need mastering, don’t hesitate to contact me via PM or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I love what I do. I mostly deal with bass music and hip hop but I dare give a go with anything as long as a reference tune is provided.
Here’s a fresh remix I did for Sarah Kivi, a Finnish artist whose music I like a lot.
Grab it, and feel free to share it if you like it.
Also, make sure to Google her and check out her music; I bet you’d like it even if you don’t understand Finnish. She’s great.
In addition to Soundcloud, you can also DL the remix from my Bandcamp page.
So here it is. The fifth / sixth album by yours truly, depending on how you count it. Daylightless, Homefree, Serendipity, Departure, andLodge, if you want to count that one in.And now, Strange Lights.
Here we go! A new episode of B&B podcast.
A fairly colourful mixture of moods and vibes, going from one to another in a heartbeat, just like I like to do, mixing it all up.
It’s mostly new music, some dubs in there, and I’m wrapping it up with a Lightless dub from Moresounds
Had a good caffeine rush on when I started so I had to down a beer in the middle of the set to calm down a bit (I recommend you enjoy bass music with coffee or beer, or both).
What do you think of the artwork? I’m pretty hyped. Done by Ingrid. That bear may have to watch those nails, though.
To celebrate the release of my recent FatGyver debut album and to sing praise for my fave hip hop label, I did an all-Redef-Records hip hop mix for Mixmag. It was published today. It’s a one-hour mix of the type of hip hop that I absolutely love – all tunes released on Redef Records. I hope you like it.
I hope you dig it.
Damu The Fudgemunk & Raw Poetic – Streamline
K-Def and Rob O – Escapizm
Kev Brown – Lucifer
FatGyver – Heritage (unreleased)
Blu & The 45 King – Pocket Full of Miracles (unreleased)
FatGyver – Blunt Instrument (unreleased)
Def Dee – Yeah
FatGyver – Celestial
Artifacts – Haagen Daz (forthcoming reissue)
Blu & Pete Rock – The Clean Hand
Def Dee – C’Mon Now
Supa Dave West – Beatboxin
K-Def – I Seen A Blind Bat
Klaus Layer – Coming To Your World
FatGyver feat. Blu & Raw Poetic – Talk To Strangers
Raw Poetic & K-Def – Stealin Bread
Raw Poetic & Kev Brown – The Put On
FatGyver – Just A Dream
El Da Sensei – Try Again
Klaus Layer – All Of The Time
Damu The Fudgemunk– Grap Luva Intro
Damu The Fudgemunk– Brooklyn Flower
Damu The Fudgemunk – OverThrone (Try A Lil Skillfulness)
Damu The Fudgemunk – How Many of Us
K-Def – High Stakes
Klaus Layer – You Don’t Know
Damu The Fudgemunk – Puttin’ in Work
Hello, everybody! I’m happy to let you know that my hip hop debut album, “Talk To Strangers”, as FatGyver is out today.
It’s a project that was on the back of my mind for a while: to get busy with the sort of hip hop beats I’ve always loved – 90s east coast style stuff – because that’s what’s even shaped my D&B aesthetics a bit. Continue reading →
Here’s another taster from the album “Talk To Strangers” on Redefinition Records.
Feat. Blu and Raw Poetic.
Release on Feb 10.
You can already preorder thru iTunes.
The album will be out thru other outlets, too (Bandcamp etc) on the day of release.