Beem – The Future

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The Future‘ is a 2008 album by Swedish electronic music producer, Beem (Fredrik Mjelle) that features cover art for each of its tracks with vintage synthesizers and drum machines built from LEGO bricks by designer Frans Enmark. Listeners can expect a funky, jazzy, bassy experience when embarking on this 10 track musical high available legally and free of charge. The song ‘Ep9‘, whether intended or not, contains a melody reminiscent of the Roberta Flack and Donny HathawayBe Real Black for Me‘ sample used in rapper Scarface‘s 2002 single, ‘My Block‘ and it’s really, really cool. There’s also track made entirely with sounds from soda cans! Below is a video of a live version of ‘Mouth Everest.’

Listen

Beem – Is This the Future? (Feat. Daniel Dermes)

http://thecluh.com/mp3/Beem – Is This the Future_ (feat. Daniel Dermes) (thecluh.com).mp3

Beem – Ep9

http://thecluh.com/mp3/Beem – Ep9 (thecluh.com).mp3

Download

Beem – The Future (Album) – http://www.beem.se/Beem-The_Future%5B2008%5D%5Bmp3%5D.zip

This entry was written by Charley Feher, posted on November 1, 2009 at 4:01 pm, filed under Download, Electronic, Funk, Jazz, Music, Soul, Video and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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