Posts Tagged ‘FHKD’

December 28, 2016

This one’s been a long time coming as my daily share schedule has been majorly derailed by some personal emergencies these past weeks, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to let it go, not for the world. When I saw that electro-soul maestros HONNE, the perfect accompaniment to freezing winter days, had been remixed by Vancouver’s Pat Lok, I was not only surprised,but I was gleefully thrilled. Pat Lok gives satin smooth FHKD an elastic jouncing, disco squishing metamorphosis to help us break a sweat on this frigid evening. We’re warm, on a cold, cold night, and we have both HONNE and Pat Lok to thank for it. Too bad I won’t get to dance to the track in person if Pat Lok drops it as SnowGlobe Music Fest in Tahoe later this week, since I’m unable to make it out. Yes, I’m gutted.

September 30, 2016

HONNE and Kill J melted me straight through to my core yesterday when I stumbled upon a new track that involves both those incredible projects. If you’ve listened to HONNE’s debut album Warm On A Cold Night, then you should be much familiar with the fact that the LP closes with a dance leaning song named FHKD, a transcendental cut of reflective gliding, cool atmospheric electro soul. Turns out, FHKD is one of HONNE’s own favorites, and they always wanted to get a good feature on it. So, who have they linked up with for a new version of FHKD? None other than other worldly, wildly creative Danish experimental pop artist KILL J. Her uniquely ethereal voice adds a celestial quality to FHKD, a marvelous contrast to HONNE’s creamy depth. You can purchase this brilliant new version of FHKD from various outlets, here. HONNE’s debut album Warm On A Cold Night is out now via Atlantic Records.