|Add Date:||2017-05-18|| ||Pull Date:||2017-07-20|| ||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||28 May|
John F.M. is bringing a variety of breakbeat styles to the Detroit house scene. If you’re into house, trap, funk, R&B, or electro, try it out. I prefer the instrumental tracks, which feature crazy warping beats. The songs with vocals are a nice comedown.|
RIYL Burial, Kyle Hall, Cooly G
FCC on track 4
Recommended tracks: 1, 4 (but FCC!)
1. (7:40) Jchx - Starts off with a few surprising seconds of screaming, then the skittering beeping of a heart monitor. Throbbing drumming, twinkling, uptempo haze. Little zips and zaps sound spacey. Fast moving instrumental, with a tune, but ambient.
2. (4:07) Motion - Snapping fingers, low-tone chimes, vocals. Static feedback is prominent. Bass sounds like a tuba. Mid/uptempo.
3. (4:25) Alone - Clapping beat. Monotone, contemplative vocals punctuated by a gym whistle. Midtempo. Ends ethereally.
4. (7:24) FCC! “fucking” - Gump - “Viet-fucking-nam” at 10 seconds in, but man, the rest of this is great. Machine-feel hi-hat with a real base groove to dance to, then to melt your brain to, all while reliving “Forrest Gump.”