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The Finders Keepers label brings you this Disposable Music Library series from two artists, firstly Swedish electronic jazz pioneer Bruno Spoerri with ‘Hommage Au Fromage’, a collection of easy listening style jazz pieces commissioned by the national Swiss Cheese Consortium, if you love cheese and love jazz then this is just the ticket, '70s funk/acid jazz made with super funky drum br ...

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Hommage Au Fromage / Hollingsville by Bruno Spoerri / Massonix
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8/10 Ian Staff review, 25 October 2013

The Finders Keepers label brings you this Disposable Music Library series from two artists, firstly Swedish electronic jazz pioneer Bruno Spoerri with ‘Hommage Au Fromage’, a collection of easy listening style jazz pieces commissioned by the national Swiss Cheese Consortium, if you love cheese and love jazz then this is just the ticket, '70s funk/acid jazz made with super funky drum breaks, accordion, vibes, jews harp and dulcimer combine with cheesy effect.

Over on the flip side we have the one and only 808 State knob twiddler Graham Massey, donning his Massonix pseudonym this was a little known twelve part radio series called ‘Welcome To Hollingsville: A World’s Fair Of The Airwaves’, in which he really shows off his knowledge of the analogue synth, creating little themes of future synth sounds like the old BBC Radiophonic Workshop were making over 30 years ago. Drawing comparisons to the likes of Henk Badings, Oscar Sala and Kid Balton, Manchester’s own Massey proves here that he can go way outside of the constraints of dancefloor pop music.


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