The group, consisting Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda of Nguzunguzu, Fatima Al Qadiri and Lit City Trax‘s J-Cush , have already dropped the brilliantly grimy super club number ‘Wanna Party‘ featuring vocals from Tink, at the beginning of August, as well as instrumentals from ‘Marbles’ on Babak Radboy’s trailer for Telfar Clemens‘ 2014 clothing line. Extending their interactions from Telfar’s “extremely normal” fashion to “extremely normal” past times, the performance will involve a choreographed basketball game, organised by Dis, at the PS1 VW Dome. Of course it will. **
There are all sorts of things you could extract from an project of truly global DJs Nguzunguzu, Fatima Al Qadiri and J-CUSH called Future Brown. It might surprise you to know that, in spite of the dark connotations and imagery of Facebook reappropriation, it’s actually after a an in-group meme sprung from a shared fascination with a colour that doesn’t exist in nature.
Their first drop ‘Wanna Party’ features a skull crushing bass and typically creepy embellishments from the quartet, plus lyrics from Chicago rapper Tink. A debut featuring other vocalists is coming and Fatima Al Qadiri plays XOYO in London tonight.
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