Frikstailers Remain Friky On New Release, Crop Circles


Like a UFO out of the night sky, DJ/production duo Frikstailers have reappeared with their fourth release, the appropriately titled Crop Circles. The album features six songs that see Buenos Aires duo (currently in D.F.) Lisandro Sona and Rafael Caivano leap further into outer space freakiness.

The album begins with “Intro Orbital,” which beams the listeners aboard the duo’s friky ship for a dance party that begins with “Crop Circles,” filled with retro-futuristic synths and Andean/tribal percussion. It’s followed by the swirling synths and syncopated beats of “Omeprazol” and “Kepler” where the Amazon of South America meets the imagination of Arthur C. Clarke before ending with the primal techno sounds of “Venus” and “Vakum.”

Grab a free copy via their labels website, ZZK Records.

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Afroxander is the nom de guerre for writer/photographer Ivan Fernandez, based in Southern California. His work has appeared in The San Bernardino County Sun, Modern Fix magazine, The People’s Dance Party blog, The Rockit magazine and other outlets. He currently contributes regularly to arts, culture and music sections of Voxxi, Remezcla LA, Remezcla Musica & LA Weekly. His work has also been published in Red Bull Panamerika FM’s blog as well as The Huffington Post’s Latino Voices.


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