SAVAGES Y SUEFO "Revolution" feat. Ashley Slater
released November 4, 2016
„There's a place called Revolution Cafe in SF where I perform regularly, can't wait to drop these tracks there and see the reaction!” Antonino Musco
„Funky Stuff! :-)” Makala
„Yeeah, pure fire!!” DJ Clairvo
„Great dancefloorfiller- go on this way ! Thanks so much!” Johannes Heretsch
„Fonk!” Mousse T
„Happy tune!” Phil Lorneman / Wicked Jazz Sounds
„Great tune. Dig both versions.” Quincy Jointz
„The original is great, but the remix is a BOMB!” DJ Shantisan
„Solid release. Both tracks are great. Floor filler for sure. Full support!” Zamali
With their new 7“ named „Revolution!“, backed by a smashing remix crafted by BBE Records' Mr.Bird, we see SAVAGES Y SUEFO cater quite a hefty teaser for their forthcoming album „Brotherhood“.
Instead of exclusively focusing on pure dancefloor power of which „Revolution!“ provides plenty the Hungarian duo sets out to raise awareness for the challenging situations and ongoing changes happening in our world that seem to effect everyones life these days.
And alongside this awareness comes a message strong, simple and powerful. The starting point of any revolution - no matter if musical, social or economic - is the mind. Our mind.
To get this message across in the most effective and thrilling way SAVAGES Y SUEFO teamed up with vocalist Ashley Slater, famed for his essential work in Freakpower alongside Norman Cook before the last mentioned took on his Fatboy Slim persona and also making waves with his most recent band outfit known as Kitten And The Hip.
Spitting well explicit lyrics both direct, truthful and thought-provoking it's Slater's performance on top of a thrilling musical backbone crafted by SAVAGES Y SUEFO that's surely meant to start a dancefloor „REVOLUTION!“ that spreads like a virus way beyond the nightlife environment.
Join the movement and become a carrier of revolutionary thoughts – now!
I discovered her, right before she got signed to Records Kicks and was able to grab her independently released album. But I had to show some limited 7" wax love with her single, 'cause this sister is packing some serious soul! Lex - The Dutch Guy