Buckfunk 3000 - First Class Ticket to Telos (1998)This is probably the finest example of electelectriceclecticism I can think of. DJ and producer Si Begg (aka Simon Begg) is claimed to have produced three full length albums and as far as I know this is the only one under the name Buckfunk 3000. He also runs a record label with Christian Vogel, of whom some great material is to follow later on - thanks again to the smelly (and now sleepy) Dutchman. Zaaaten Hollaaander!
Now, backfunk 3000 to the music: at the same time highly danceable and listenable, it's crammed with sounds, synth movements, rhythm changes, mood swings (don't we love that!), psychedelic sound journeys etc, taking influences from freakish funk, acid house, dark ambient, D&B, and hell, probably more than I can think of. What's cool about this guy is that he seamlessly flows between all these styles as if it's nothing. It is, by the way, possible that the album as a whole, though not particularly heavy-sounding, can be a little to much to bear for some people. Annie's dead, a very interesting release that has remained interesting throughout the years.
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