Joining Tartelet Records in its tenth year in business, young Copenhagen-based talent B FROM E hits the ground running with ‘Back From Eternity’; a trance-inducing garage house record for the hedonist in you.
B FROM E (Frej Garcia Levin) represents a new generation of talented young artists making waves in Copenhagen. Of Mexican-Danish descent, and born and raised in the notorious tower blocks of the south-western suburbs of Copenhagen, the 27-year old is on the up-and-up. In high demand as the founder of boom bap rap group NATKAT, producer of pop outfit Ny Sensei (New Sensei) and head of tape-only label Buddahood, the multi-talent seems to have a hand in everything at the moment.
His 2017 debut ‘Porno TR-XXX’ (C.U.P) saw some of the hottest names in the game spinning B FROM E at last year’s Dekmantel festival, resulting in offers from several well-known record labels.
Frej’s hip-hop roots are hard to miss in his productions, where ‘90s aesthetics form the cornerstone of his sound.
“I love the simplicity of early hip-hop and house music – maybe because I grew up with Latin American folk music where accordion melodies loop over and over under an overall theme. Melody is everything”, he says.
His new record on Tartelet Records comes as four cuts exploring different paths of the garage house sound. The opener ‘Dark Energy’ is fueled by filthy breaks and a nostalgic theme that would not be out of place in an early Atari computer game. ‘The People (Dream Mix)’ is a trippy tour through subtle layered melodies, carried by a stripped-back groove.
On the B-side you will find ‘Positive Sister (2605 Tool)’: a chunky cut with a serious bassline. Saving the best for last, ‘You Will See’, rounds off the record in style. A feel-good tune that is sure to get plenty of spins this summer. HOT TIP!
B FROM E follows Dirk 81 and Space Ghost in Tartelet’s tenth year in show that will see the label crank up the volume on releases by both new and mainstay artists.
supported by 7 fans who also own “Back From Eternity”
Great project, played iigo on my weekly broadcast radio show and the phone line lit up. People pulling their cars over to call asking about the tune. Played it in one one my DJ sets and the floor lit up. This is definitely my favorite track. Aphrosoul