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High Park Funk - Circle / Frequency
High Park Funk
Circle / Frequency
7" | 2018 | CA | Original (Outrun)
11,99 €* 14,99 € -20%
Release:2018 / CA – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The second release from Outrun Records is brought to us by Scotland’s High Park Funk, with two new hot tracks that are dangerously easy to love. Circle, an undeniable boogie funk cut will immediately light up your face in a brilliant neon, and lift your spirits with savory swooping bass and a dancing brass arrangement. Circle brings us through to 1984—but through the VIP entrance, of course.

With Frequency, the listener wakes up a decade later, hit with a laid back gangsta funk track. Solid kicks and claps, gingerly played keys, deft bass lines that bounce at the perfect height, eye watering leads, and most importantly, a locked-in talk box vocal that brings the track together perfectly, making this one a must-have for friends of the funk.
High Park Funk - Sundae / Subtle Groove
High Park Funk
Sundae / Subtle Groove
7" | 2018 | UK | Original (Outrun)
13,49 €* 14,99 € -10%
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
High Park Funk comes with all the freaky fix-ins for our fourth release—a sultry sampler from his upcoming cassette on Outrun Records. We present here, two highly considered cuts for a must-have 7-inch. Beginning with Sundae, we part through satin sheets, and witness a vibe softer than soft serve, putting you in some kind of mood with a funky RnB flavor. Sundae is a silky lullaby with a bassline and synth lick that just won’t quit.

A certain smoothness from the A side reverberates on side B’s Subtle Groove, but with the tempo pushed a tad higher. The pads are meditative, and bring forward whatever emotions one feels in the eye of a summer storm, but its the bass line, again the star, that’s so satisfyingly sticky one can’t help but bob their head—subtly or otherwise.
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