Funkerman returns on his own imprint Flamingo with ‘The Prayer‘ EP
Flamingo label Boss’ Funkerman has dropped his third release of the year on his own label which is called ‘The Prayer‘ EP.
Funkerman is on a roll in 2018. After dropping his EP ‘50.000 Watts of Funk’ earlier on March, last week his remix for Peter Luts ‘Mobius’ came out on Flamingo. ‘The Prayer EP’ is composed of three records: kicking off with the homonymous record, Funkerman delivers techy and deep vibes with ‘The Prayer’ adding some eclectic industrial and metallic sounds that put the record to the next level. The EP continues with ‘The Breaks’ which features fast and hitting percussions with, what it seems, an old 8-bit game melody. Closing with ‘Always Keep Me Waiting’, a tech-house record filled with bubbling bassline and funky vocals, this EP is a real refresh from the usual stuff we found in the music store.
Funkerman is back on his own imprint record, Flamingo, with ‘The Prayer‘ EP which includes ‘The Breaks’ and ‘Always Keep Me Waiting’.
Funkerman isn’t for sure the latest arriving on the scene and with this EP he showcases all his skills delivering the fresh gems just in time for the beginning of the festival season. The EP can be perfectly played in every situation, from the largest crowd to the small and intimate party.
The EP is already supported by Ummet Ozcan and we are sure we’ll send it a lot in the following months. It was dropped on Flamingo this Monday and this means that you can grab your copy on Beatport or on every other store or, even better, stream below from Spotify and save it on your personal playlist.