Mr. Confuse - Do You Realize - The Remixes
Mr. Confuse - Do You Realize - The Remixes
Mr. Confuse - Do You Realize
Mr. Confuse - Do You Realize
Mr. Confuse - Feel The Fire
Mr. Confuse - Feel The Fire
Mr. Confuse - Feel The Fire - The Remixes
Mr. Confuse - Feel The Fire - The Remixes
Mr. Confuse - Feel The Fire - Live
Mr. Confuse - Feel The Fire - Live
Mr. Konfuze & Lunatic - On The Beatbox
Mr. Konfuze & Lunatic - On The Beatbox

Club Tikka Volume 2

| October 24th, 2008 | posted in Compilations

Club Tikka Vol. 2 feat. Mr. Confuse - Lookout Weekend Lack of Afro RemixClub Tikka Volume 2 features the Mr. Confuse track ‘Lookout Weekend (LOA Remix).

From the original liner notes:

Welcome back to the Club! Following the release of Volume 1 the Tikka massive travelled the clubs around the country to meet fresh people and dig the sound of original funk, soul & disco & breaks. Now we have Volume 2, which not only includes the tracks from our cherished series of limited edition 7“ vinyls, but also a couple of smart pieces from fast rising independent artists like Soul Sugar and Glam Sam. And of course there is a selection from label favourites like Jalapeno, One Note, Pulver and 20/20 Vision. Be young, be foolish, be funky! (more…)

BOTY 2008Since the first Battle Of The Year (BOTY) has taken place in 1990, the annual breathtaking competition of international dance formations has become THE world championship of breakdance. In 2006, more than 400 crews with more than 3.000 dancers took part in 26 official elimination contests worldwide to qualify for the final battle in Braunschweig, Germany.

To transport the diversity of the competition, the BOTY soundtrack includes various artists and styles: from classical Funk with live instruments to Oldschool Hip Hop with an electronic touch and modern House/Disco grooves.

Highlights on this album include opener “BOTY” featuring the event presenters MC Trix and Spax, DJ Nas’D's hymne for the new Dominance Records platform “Save Our Sounds”, the remix of the Debbie Debb classic “When I Hear Music” by Mr. Confuse (from the album ‘Feel The Fire’) and the  bigbeat  bomb  “Jump  and  Race”  by  Dominance  Resident  Dagobert. The track is also featured on the official DVD. (more…)

Insatiable (Mr. Confuse Remix)

Insatiable (Mr. Confuse Remix)

On disc two you have quite amazing range of remixers from all over the world (TM Juke, DJ Day, Alan De Laniere, Jazz Juice…). The Mr. Confuse Remix of ‘Insaitable’ changed the more funky original into an acoustic Cuban Latin version. (more…)

Feel The Fire – LIVE

| October 8th, 2008 | posted in Albums

Feel The Fire - LIVEThis CD is a live cut from the release party of ‘Feel The Fire’, the debut solo album by producer, arranger, composer and DJ Mr. Confuse. The release of the album was celebrated with a big party on 27th of September 2008. The party was featured by the Mr. Confuse & The Confusers band – a 13-headed funk-band with a heavy horn section. The gig was performed at the Mephisto Club in Hannover Germany. ‘Feel The Fire LIVE’ is the recording of this release concert.
The CD features all songs of ‘Feel The Fire’ as live versions and includes the live music video of ‘Lookout Weekend’. (more…)

Die Ordung des Samples - Interview mit Mr. Confuse im hhv.de Katalog 03/2008 von Julain Brimmers

Die Ordung des Samples - hhv.de Katalog 03/2008

Author Julian Brimmers führte im Rahmen seines D-Funk – Special im hhv.de Katalog 03/2008  ein Interview mit Mr. Confuse am 06.10.2008.

Das Interview hat den Titel “Mr. Confuse – Die Ordnung des Samples” und wurde kurz nach der Veröffentlichung von Mr. Confuse’s album “Feel The Fire” geführt.

Im Folgenden beleuchten wir ein paar der spannenderen Künstler aus heimischen Gefilden, die die Grundlagen des Funk und Soul  für  ihre eigene Soundästhetik nutzbar machen, ohne ausschließlich ausgetrampelte Vintage-Pfade anzuvisieren: Die beiden MPM-Künstler Flomega und Suff Daddy, die durch ihren Facettenreichtum die progressive Philosophie ihrer Labelheimat nahezu perfekt verkörpern, das ehemalige Breakout-Mitglied Mr. Confuse, sowie die Wien/Augsburg-Kombination 7Samurai. Zusammen repräsentieren diese Künstler nur den kleinen Ausschnitt einer lebendigen Szene, die  über Genre-Grenzen gerade mal müde lächelt und so herrlich unverkrampft dafür Sorge trägt, dass man selbst in der BRD für kurze Momente den notorischen Stock gegen eine gehörige Portion Funk im Arsch eintauschen darf. (Aus der D-Funk Einleitung von Julian Brimmers)

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