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It’s a favourite food among much of the world and a favourite track among us here at the JOOF office. bACON AND cHIPs is unique, not only with it’s stylized title, but with it’s sound. It’s pacey and energetic, it’s otherworldly, and it’s innovating. The break is hypnotic, mesmerizing, and all encompassing – it grabs you by the gurn and transcends into a dynamic, high energy groove.
Out today on JOOF Mantra John ’00’ Fleming and Eeemus curate a remarkably delightful journey through space and time
The embodiment of funky progressive psy-trance has arrived. John 00 Fleming and EEEMUS curate a remarkably delightful journey through space and time. A rousing build, a modish bassline and delicate hint of acid, saturated in a gorgeous soundscape that’s teeming with atmosphere dropped straight from the vine.
Is it Progressive? Is it Techno? Is it modern day Trance Music? Danilo Ercole & Rafael Osmo team up to create one of the most unique and mesmerizing releases of the year with Tribuna.
Calling this release groovy would be an understatement. After running a series of test runs with the JOOF A&Rs, this tune has blown them off their seats. Inspired by tribal sounds, this release is quite simply monstrous. Get a campfire, a couple of good friends, and your favourite intoxicants ready, ‘Tribuna’ is here to rock you from the waist-down.
A deep and mesmerizing sound, F-Act’s ‘Hymn’ is quite simply gorgeous, imbued with flavors of classic trance and modern progressive to create something truly sublime. Hymn will having you ascending into outer space.
Firm favourite on JOOF Recordings and someone who’s been part of the JOOF Team, Gary Delaney is back with a beautiful single ‘Little groovy plucks’.
The ‘Acid Jedi EP’ does exactly what it says on the tin! Slam Duck fills your soul full of acid in through this illustrious & ambitious EP. Crafted with 303s, ethereal vocals, and haunting pads, we’re brought on a triumphant trip across two tracks. Slam Duck has raised the bar for this type of progressive as he constantly takes influence from the Platipus sound and brings back up to date.