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M.O.D. Technologies Releases Funkcronomic

Funkcronomic features iconic, influential P-Funk keyboardist Bernie Worrell, ikonoklast bassist / producer, Bill Laswell with drumming by renown Indian DJ / producer Karsh Kale. Five post modern old school / new school funk based instrumental creations...
Strongly related to a stripped-down take on Funkadelic with some futurist glimpses. Smooth and fluid bass and drum tactics build around the creative core of Worrell's legendary keyboard assault. One of the most copied keyboardists of his generation, influencing everything from hip hop, pop and all funk / rock hybrids.

Funk not only moves, it can remove.

TRACKS
1. Woo Doo 4:08
2. Flashlight-Redux 3:52
3. Outer Woo 5:28
4. Flash Back 3:26
5. Shochurolling 3:34

Bill Laswell: bass & guitar on Woo Doo
Bernie Worrell: keyboards
Karsh Kale: drums

Downtown Music Gallery,
25th Anniversary
Roulette,
Brooklyn, New York
June 20, 2016
With
Bill Laswell, Dr. Israel, Garrison Hawk, DJ Logic, Josh Werner, Graham Haynes, Guy Licata and
special guest Mike Sopko

ABOUT THE LABEL
M.O.D. Technologies - revealing light on the development of new sound experiences in material culture. A multi-directional music / sound / information system. Initiated in 2010 by bassist / producer Bill Laswell and Giacomo Bruzzo, co-founder of the progressive / future music label Rare Noise.M.O.D. - A futuristic hybrid of music exploration - dub / dub step / reggae / world / africa / drum'n'bass / mutant hip hop / avant metal / experimental / vocal music / instrumental / DJ culture and much more. M.O.D. resumes and continues the legacy of AXIOM, the timeless imprint established in 1989 by Bill Laswell with Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records. http://www.mod-technologies.com.

ABOUT THE DIGITAL INCUNABULA SERIES
The digital-only Incunabula Series promises to present rare and unique, one time only captured events, in some cases originally experienced by a fortunate few and recover unusual, lost until now studio recordings. Documenting as far back as the early 80s up to present time. Moments seldom heard or experienced by anyone.

AVAILABLE ONLINE JUNE 10, 2016 AND THROUGH WWW.MOD-TECHNOLOGIES.COM



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