New Instrumental Funk Single “Under Krameria” from Freekbass
Freekbass and the Bump Assembly have been on fire ever since connecting with Eddie Roberts’ Color Red Studios, and this new single, “Under Krameria,” is further proof. They channel the deep funk that emerged in the ’70s so well, reinterpreting it and making it their own. Sky White shines here on organ as Rico Lewis keeps the pace deliberate and funky. And Freekbass does Freekbass. This is another track that will shimmer in live performance.
The Color Red press release explains the name of the song and more:
Freekbass keeps things raw and honest in the name of funk in “Under Krameria.” The instrumental track carries an early Funkadelic swagger as it makes heads bob and seamlessly shifts through sections. A common theme throughout is fat melodies where Freekbass’ signature thumping style is doubled with keyboardist Sky White’s roaring organ. Producer Eddie Roberts helped leverage Freekbass’ vision by keeping it simple with nods to Mandrill and Graham Central Station. After the session, the band was waiting for a title to come to them and found their van stopping under the Krameria street sign in Denver, CO. This happenstance sign is simpatico with the song’s organic nature and the perfect soundtrack for strutting down the street.
Also, there are two new remixes of the Freekbass single “Runaway” by Mr. Bird, one with Sammi Garett‘s vocals, the other instrumental. Spotify playlist below of all the new Freekbass music below.