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Blue Foundation - Embers



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Blue Foundation - Embers
(7") Jack To Phono JTP006, 2005-10-13

Blue Foundation Embers
Blue Foundation - Embers
(7") Jack To Phono JTP006, 2005-10-13

Tracklisting :
A1. Embers (feat. Spikey Tee) | sample
B1. Embers (Bichi Remix) | sample

Info :
Blue Foundation release this beauty featuring Spikey Tee. Read more about them on their web site. We hope they do more guest releases with us in the future. They are the beatmasters from Copenhagen with a Japanese twinge..

Links :
bluefoundation.dk

Press Release :
Blue Foundation are a 7 piece collective who's band members are range from Danish to Japanese with the extra spice of UK flavour. On this track Spikey Tee (Bomb the Bass, Grand Central) Lends his vocals to the smooth beat making of Tobias Wilner. Bo Rande provides the brass with Kirstine adding extra vocals. Blue Foundation have some big fans including DJ Krush and have toured in Japan. They also are the champions of Scandinavian beat making and here jack to phono are proud to present them with this special limited addition release in the UK

Blue Foundation Embers
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