Artist: Paolo Mojo
Title: Kunteebumm / Freak Da Fuk Out
Label: Music Is Freedom
By: Simon Jones | 30 April 2004
  • A: Kunteebumm
  • B: Freak Da Fuk Out

Paolo Mojo "Kunteebumm / Freak Da Fuk Out"

Out Now on Music Is Freedom

Having made an impact on the DJ circuit over the past few years, more recently Paolo Mojo's name has been cropping up on store shelves with numerous remixes he's done for such labels as Gekko and Sabotage, with more to come for the likes of Alternative Route and Frik N Frak. He's also found time to work on his own productions, the first of which 'Back In The Day' under the name of Parade was released to widespread support on Cass's Sabotage label, and following on from that he's managed to put together this two tracker for his own label, Music Is Freedom.

'Kunteebumm' is a smooth journey through house. Warm grooves, quirky effects and deep melodies float over a subtle but ever so effective bassline that fluctuates below the groove. Moving along in a restrained pace, the sounds bubble away nicely, the whole track not really diversifying from it's set path too much, but that doesn't matter as it's one slick and addictive production anyway.

'Freak Da Fuk Out' draws from the same warm and quirky template as it's counterpart, a bouncy bassline pushing things forward, two vocal sections brining a twisted vibe into the arrangement, with odd sounds and sub bass stabs filling out the beats nicely. A solid track, but not quite on the same level as 'Kunteebumm'.

Paolo Mojo shows that he is improving a producer with leaps and bounds, and has many projects lined up, including a series of collaborations with Cass as Heretic, new material as Parade and many others. These two tracks are a solid foundation for what is to come, but are just a hint of what we can expect over the coming months.

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