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Boomkat Product Review:
Ice cold, overproof DX7 freak funk from Dutchman Arp Frique and Family, back to do club damage on his Colourful World Records division of Rush Hour
Like Starship Commander Woowoo’s brother from a different mother, or the keenest Dutchman at a fantasy audition for Funkadelic in Amsterdam, Niels Nieuborg aka Arp Frique packs ample bounce to the ounce in his magpie twists on Afro-funk from all corners.
Rife with traces of Caribbean, Cape Verdean, South African and other integers of the Afro-funk spectra, ‘Analog People Digital World’ is a blazing new addition to his beguiling body of work since 2017: springing from the ‘70s private press machine funk styles of ‘Spiritual Masseuse’ and ‘Digital World’ to the pluckiest plugged-in soukous on ‘Omampam’; stopping via Caribbean West London on the stepping ace ‘Jah Kingdom’; nodding to ‘80s Durban bubblegum with ‘Go Now Wetiko’; winking at George Clinton and Bootsie Collins via earliest Drexciya in ‘Duncan Truffle’.