Wednesday, September 09, 2009


In advance of the show on Friday I felt it necessary to post a couple of tracks as well as a mix Dâm-Funk did for BBC radio whilst on his most recent European tour. As I have been following him over the last couple of years, it is interesting to see how Dâm has so heavily developed and evolved this style of music he has aptly coined Modern Funk. Give it a few years and if we are all lucky, the man will own a radio station or two in just about every market.

Thanks to our friends from the Donuts crew, Dâm-Funk performs Friday 9/11/9 at Poleng Lounge in the Nopa district of SF. DJ's from Beat Electric and Sweater Funk open. This event is pretty much essential.

Dâm-Funk - Galactic Fun

Dâm-Funk - Chocolate
Dâm-Funk - Mix on Mary Hobbes Show BBC Radio 1

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4 comments: to “ Dâm-Funk

  • September 9, 2009 at 7:06 PM  

    Dâm-Funk is damn good!

    His sound is a nice blend of the past, the present, and the future, all rolled into one!

    I can't catch the SF show, but I see he's spinning at the Guggenheim in NYC on October 2, my hometown.......

    He has a cool look also. He looks like the kind of guy you'd see hanging out at Milliways, the "Restaurant at the End of the Universe". Either spinning records, or waiting for the Prophet Zarquon to finally show up!

    Anyone know if Dâm-Funk drinks Pan Galactic Garggle Blasters??

  • September 9, 2009 at 10:43 PM  

    I have no idea what he drinks but I hear he hates Vogon Poetry.

  • September 10, 2009 at 6:34 AM  

    Sweater Funk is a pretty great DJ name IMO

    also this blog is awesome and that pic of the Bozak mixers made my mouth water

  • September 11, 2009 at 2:29 AM  

    Amazing, i love it!
    Thanks for introducing!