Mixtape Monday: Don't Try To Understand It by Fewture & Freddie Glitch

Mixtape Monday: Don’t Try To Understand It by Fewture & Freddie Glitch

Apr 20, 2015 |  by  |  Music
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Fewture and Freddie Glitch met in class in 2011 and realized that, apart from their shared obsession with nightlife and finding and exchanging new music, they really dug each others sounds. Fewture joined Freddie’s booking agency and they started doing gigs together. They also started working on tunes soon after, when they stepped into Fewture’s studio in Amsterdam in 2012 for what proved to become a solid collaboration. Up until then Fewture had been making more dub, old school and techno influenced tunes, while Freddie’s focus was more on nu disco and deep house. They found a common middle ground and started creating a new sound together.

That creative match showed in the studio, where a smooth collaboration led to a series of tunes that were well received and got support from the likes of Pete Tong, Kry Wolf, Jamie Trench, Crazy P, Quinten 909 and Marlon Hoffstadt. Their most recent release, a classic style house remix of Jamie Trench’s Who Ya Gonna Call, came out last month on Jamie’s Still Need It EP, and was favored and featured on blogs, Fritz.de and top lists. The mix and match of influences doesn’t stop at their own productions though, as also in sets they try to build a broader musical experience through a variety of influences.

This mix they made for us indeed tackles a broad spectrum of genres and shows their musicality and their ability to set a perfect vibe with their sound. They give us mix of unreleased stuff, vinyl only and classics.

Happy Mixtape Monday!

The mix shows their musicality and ability to set a perfect vibe with their sound.

01. HNNY – Yogaletes | Local Talk
02. Motor City Drum Ensemble – L.O.V.E. | Studio !K7
03. Mennie – Phoenix | Exploited
04. Brame & Hamo – Ghetto For You | Heist
05. K15 – Bordeaux | WotNotMusic
06. Rampa feat. Aquarius Heaven – Good Times | Keinemusik
07. Leon Vynehall – Don’t Know Why – Man Make Music
08. Fasika – Double Clutch (Georgi Barrel Remix) | sinnmusik*
09. Justin Jay – You Give Me Butterflies | Pets
10. Octo Octa – Fever Dream | Running Back
11. Kevin Over – Jus A | Noir Music
12. Claude VonStroke & Jesse Rose – Bare Mountain | A-Sided
13. Francis Inferno Orchestra – 3AM Piano Thing | Voyeurhythm
14. Kiko Navarro – Dope High | Local Talk
15. Boo Williams – Pleasant Dreams | Chiwax

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