Posts Tagged ‘FATHERDUDE’

May 21, 2017

Brooklyn by way of New Zealand electronic duo Mt. Eden and Harlem’s FatherDude make a divine pairing on their single Anyone, a unique and exemplary trap and dubstep hybrid. The intense and powerful orchestral makeup of this robust heaving, dulcet rolling song dresses Anyone in very regal threads. The epic masterpiece is out now on Ultra. Find it via all major outlets, here.

May 1, 2017

This one’s a very rare revisit, but I have endless easy love for Easy Lover, and as Infuze and Fatherdude themselves have announced, the track was gone from most online platforms for nearly a year before it’s fine return just a few days prior. Let’s celebrate its return and revel in Infuze and Fatherdude’s brilliant modern twist on the epic 80′s by wading back into its choppy rich, golden voluptuous waters. As previously reported, the two NYC buddies first met at a StéLouse show in 2014 before linking up for this ravishing future bass cover of Philip Bailey and Phil Collins classic hit. Easy Lovers is a free download, here.

January 20, 2017

Living Color seems a mighty fine choice of name to anoint a song that involves both Brooklyn based production project SAVOY and ever smoldering Harlem artist Fatherdude. This vibrant burning disco soul concoction shifts between passionate reds and lustrous golds. Living Color is a steamy groover and a gilded twirler. It’s everything that’s sexy and classy, a feel good heater that arrives ahead of SAVOY’s tour with Puppet beginning next month. Ticket info, here.

July 1, 2016

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June 30, 2016

We last heard from breakout Harlem artist Fatherdude when he teamed up with Brasstracks and Lido an incredible track named Telling The Truth, but it’s his solo brilliance that he brings us today as he unleashes his debut EP, The Balance. No Complaints is a bombastic smoldering, sexy jolting cut off the release, and it’s pure fire. Deep house, nu-soul, and future funk combine on the steamy electrifying cut. There’s certainly no complaints here. Fatherdude’s The Balance EP is available from various outlets, here.