Fringe Character | Some Thing, Some Thought

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Electronic: Dub Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap Moods: Mood: Party Music
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Some Thing, Some Thought

by Fringe Character

Taking influence from all the moving parts of funk, dub, hip-hop and electronica, creating a rich and soulful grasp at the fry for five attitude.
Genre: Electronic: Dub
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1. Moonlight Is Dither, Is Wow, Is Flutter (feat. Dudu Stinks & Daewong)
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4:09 album only
2. New Esperanto (feat. Dudu Stinks & Daewong)
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5:39 album only
3. Phantom Ship Strikes
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4:51 album only
4. The Goose That Was Got (feat. Daewong)
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3:48 album only
5. Disarm Reload (feat. MC Zulu)
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Fringe Character is a producer, musician, trap room urchin. Brought about by wanting to make the shit that's on the vinyl and the desire to give back to the dance floor that has given so much. Fringe Character's style takes influence from all the moving parts of funk, dub, hip-hop and electronica, creating a rich and soulful grasp at the fry for five attitude. Coming December 1st, "Some Thing, Some Thought", a slammin EP follow up to the 2011 self titled debut. This time around expect incredible vocal performances from Dudu Stinks of Dumate and Stink Tank, Daewong, MC Zulu dancehall reggae extraordinaire, and guest horns from members of the Budos Band, and Antibalas.


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