"Too 'king funky" is a wickedly funky breakbeat album featuring old school rap, hip hop, house and rocktronica (electronic rock/big beat), all brought together with a distinct retro feel and insatiably funky rhythms and drums.
Take the raw energetic beats of The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers, mix with the electronic trickery of Daft Punk and Basement Jaxx, then interlace retro samples typical of The Beastie Boys and Fatboy Slim and you begin to get an idea of the unique sound of "Too 'king funky". One of two debut albums from Scambler released on 10/10/10, it's a stunningly funky breakbeat album featuring powerful old school rap, upbeat hip hop, manic big beat, addictive electronic house and a couple of thumping rock numbers.
Scambler has brought all these tracks together with a distinct retro feel, and musical influences from the sixties, seventies and eighties abound. Jazzy trumpet stabs, tight seamless record scratching and wah wah guitars are frequently intertwined with serious keyboard manipulation, heavily distorted guitars and modern electronic effects.
The insatiably powerful funky rhythms and shear energy of the breakbeat drums combine time after time in numerous songs. You'll be hard pressed to find another album with such powerful build ups, explosive beats and twisting guitar solos mixed with such a distinct funky retro vibe. Total running time: 50 minutes.
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