Tag Archives: Frankee More

VARIOUS: Freshly Dipped Vol. 4

VARIOUS: Freshly Dipped Vol. 4Roast Beatz Cuttin’ It Fine label dips toes, feet, hell, whole body into the post lockdown fray with new booty bangers collection, Freshly Dipped Vol. 4. Leaping straight in is Towlie DJ nu-disco-ing up J5 on High Pieces, swiftly followed by Roast Beatz himself who introduces some JBs licks to Beyonce’s hubby on Excuse Me James so they can smoke that la-la-la together. It was a recipe


VARIOUS:  Bless Up EPRoasting those beats over an open fire is what’s happening on Cuttin’ It Fine Records latest booty edits package The Bless Up EP featuring the cheeky work of Pecoe, Hipsta, Mr Fitz, Frankie More and Gramophone Soul and spanning the genres of funk, hip-hop, dnb, glitch and disco. Thus we find that trouble-man Frankee More glitching around with Jungle’s Happy Man, Mr Fitz

FRANKEE MORE: The Funk Chamber EP (2016)

The Funk Chamber EP Frankee MoreFrankee says: make it heavier and louder and put more wobble on it. Yeah it’s a bit long for a t-shirt – even a big white baggy one but you get the point. Frankee More likes it to bang loud. Welcome to his funk chamber or, more accurately, his The Funk Chamber EP which resonates with so much buzzsaw bass it actually registered as global seismographic activity recently. There’s still a bit of

FRANKEE MORE: Trunk Funk EP (2015)

Funk Trunk Frankee MoreMore from Sydney-to-Vancouver transplant Frankee More as he follows up his That’s The Funk EP with this – the Trunk Funk EP on which he interprets the work of Ray Charles and Margie Hendricks, Nina Simone and 90s (nursery) rhymers Naughty By Nature via the medium of the wobble. Possibly not the sort of thing any of the original artists could have imagined when they first

FRANKEE MORE: That’s The Funk (2015)

That's The Funk Frankee More“Frankee says make it 3 cuts of synthy funk breaks”. Alright that’s a bit too long to fit on the front of a supersized white t-shirt but that’s what Frankee More is offering on this eminently listenable release on Bulabeats. The title track is a catchy head nod instro primed with samples of how to build a funk groove and P-funky synths. Give It Up To Party is a much livelier disco-laced