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Ye Mighty - Fuse - out on First Word Records

Yeh Mighty Fuse
Ye Mighty - Fuse
(7"/Download) First Word Records FW78, 2011-11-21

Ye Mighty return with a brand new single to round off a fantastic 2011 for the band. Following on from their debut album Beyond Cairo the duo are back with a cover of one of the biggest underground tracks of recent years, Hudson Mohawke’s Fuse. Replicating the memorable synth hook with stunning horns and pounding live drums, Ye Mighty have created a guaranteed dancefloor destroyer - adding their own idiosyncratic twist to a bonafide modern classic. The band's unique fusion of Eastern scales, hip hop drums and futuristic synths creates a sound that bridges the gap between the original HudMo track and the classic Mulatu & Fela vibes that influence much of the Ye Mighty output. On the flip of this limited 7", Optimist vs Realist is a straight up afrobeat groover, completing a must-have record for any discerning DJ.

Yeh Mighty Fuse
Ye Mighty - Fuse
(7"/Download) First Word Records FW78, 2011-11-21

Ye Mighty - Fuse by MaxWheeler

Tracklisting :
01. Fuse 04:01
02. Optimist vs Realist 04:07

Links :
Ye Mighty : bandcamp | discogs | facebook Max Wheeler : discogs | myspace | soundcloud | twitter
First Word : official | discogs | facebook | kudos (distribution) | myspace | soundcloud | twitter | vimeo | youtube


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