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Weirdo – Fakin (2020)

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Overwhelming is the experience that Weirdo accumulates in the world of electronic music and so is his new project: “Fakin”. Although Weirdo has gone through various stages within his creative process, encompassing a multitude of genres, in “Fakin” manages to display an evolved, refined and enhanced sound, which consolidates the career of a producer who is not without notable virtues, presented with such unique and fresh nuances, which manage to shape unique pieces, as enjoyable in a club as at home.

There is something in these tracks that looks to the past without losing sight of the present, managing to resurface a very particular sound. “Fakin” is a catchy, tongue-in-cheek song, simple but quite profound that eludes dexterity and sincerity at all times. It is a song that speaks of our complex times, and this is demonstrated in his video clip, thanks to the film director Lubos Rezler and the cinematographer Filip Marek. The clip shows the main character building his life on materialism and social status, but behind closed doors he is broken and empty. All this is put together until they combine such intense and addictive work, which takes possession of itself as a sweet poison, while transporting us progressive and boisterous, as few producers with a determined fluidity are willing to do. . . , condensing two ideas that it seemed that we were no longer going to recover: future and permanence.

“Fakin” manages to display an evolved, refined and enhanced sound, which consolidates the career of a producer who is not without notable virtues, presented with such unique and fresh nuances, which manage to shape unique pieces, as enjoyable in a club as at home. There is something in these tracks that looks to the past without losing sight of the present, managing to resurface a very particular sound, which takes over itself like a sweet poison, while transporting us progressive and boisterous, like few producers with a fluidity determined they are ready to do. , condensing two ideas that it seemed that we were no longer going to recover: future and permanence.

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