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AEED – “Synesthesia” (Error Broadcast Netlabel)

ebc002_aeed_synesthesia_coverFine Instrumental Hip Hop | Instrumental Hip Hop kicks me currently the most. I waited a long time for more releases like "Synesthesia" that stand in the tradition of music by Comfort Fit or my beloved Flying Lotus. AEED pushes Hip Hop music into the right direction. Playful rhythmic arrangements, definetely electronic and with a funky flavor. Music that makes us grin and nod happily.

AEED "Cry Now"
AEED "Elektricity"

"Synesthesia" is colourful like the album cover itself. Listen to that pop appeal in "Cry now". AEED rolls out the bass as a pumping fundament and than gets lost in melodies. This album has nothing to do with loop-orientated Hip Hop instrumentals. AEED feds his music with sweeping synths, funky or jazzy melodies which seem to glide easily from the keyboard into the corners of his broken beats.

Sometimes "Synesthesia" is full of melancholy like in "Strange Dreams". Sometimes AEED delivers us funky anthems like "Elephants Dance" bouncing on a sparkeling bassline. If you like electronica, chip music and if you have some b-boy-blood in your venes. This is the exact soundtrack. Error Broadcast gets bigger with each new release. Can't wait for more eye candy!

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Phlow-Author Brigitte This article was written on 29.December 2010 by Brigitte. Brigitte Bijoux is a producer and DJane living in Tokyo/Japan. She loves fat basslines, haunting grooves and a fair amount of breakbeat armory. Devoted to Drum'n'Bass and all kinds of broken beats she diggs deep into the netlabel underground. It's about loving music! Read more articles written by .


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    Gravatar of Bettina Rhymes Bettina Rhymes said on
    18. Aug 2009 at 5:34 pm
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  • Hi,

    also while listing to the ablum for several times, it don't flash me. It is good, but not that's all. Tracks from fLako, Powell or Dr. Kwest are still better than that album, in my opinion.



    Gravatar of zazi zazi said on
    19. Aug 2009 at 2:00 pm
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  • i'm not too much into doc kwest but flako is a bomb that's true mos def. who's that powell dude? name sounds familiar... maybe you got a link for us ~D

    Gravatar of Sven Swift Sven Swift said on
    20. Aug 2009 at 3:33 pm
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  • there it is !

    Gravatar of Sven Swift Sven Swift said on
    23. Aug 2009 at 12:14 pm
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  • Great full colorful sound, and your right "Cry Now" really is a great track!


    Gravatar of Dan-O Dan-O said on
    24. Aug 2009 at 2:11 am
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  • Fantastic release.

    Error Broadcast have hit the ground running.:)


    Gravatar of DVNT DVNT said on
    6. Sep 2009 at 8:21 pm
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