Jake Hawken | Fragments in Abstract

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Fragments in Abstract

by Jake Hawken

A funky, dancy collection of soulful grooves and honest lyrics.
Genre: Electronic: Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You
3:48 $0.65
2. ...My Robot Friend...
2:47 $0.65
3. Opportunist
3:16 $0.65
4. Want and Should (Are Two Different Things)
3:42 $0.65
5. A Step Into the Furnace
3:26 $0.65
6. Robot Girlfriend (Jasinski Mix)
2:34 $0.65
7. Back Into the Furnace (Jasinski Mix)
3:44 $0.65
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This album is the product of my fairly recent obsession with electronic music. I had a merely oblique appreciation for it until a few years ago, a good friend (Jasinski – who does the remixes on tracks 6 and 7) introduced me to Squarepusher, Zero 7, and Mr. Oizo. From there, my love affair with electronic music spiraled throughout the various flavors of electronica, from trip-hop to drum’n’bass, to experimental and ambient. Friends have many times asked me to describe my sound on this project. The best description I could come up with was “funky electronica,” but recently a buddy said it was “like Trent Reznor but with less rage.” Either way, I had a ton of fun putting this project together and hope you enjoy listening to it in even a fraction of the amount that I enjoyed making it.



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Quinn Heiner

Fragments in Abstract
Awesome album! Great musicality!