16th Fuselab release completed by French girl-singer/songwriter/producer Chloe Oken aka Nekochan.
With a wide array of influences, a very distinctive style, strong taste for melody and crafted musical skills, French artist Nekochan is surely one of the most exciting and refreshing upcoming producers on post-everything scene at the moment. Her stylish blends and arresting collisions of electronica, bass and glitched-hop beats led by her aqueously expressive voice mark her out immediately as an artist destined for widespread acclaim.
A classically trained cellist, she evolved into Nekochan in 2006 after a few years applying her unusual voice and skills as part of an electronic duo. Inspired by baroque and classical composition as well as a flamenco-player stepfather and a passion for oriental melodic patterns her gift for catchy figures and intricate rhythms is no surprise given the sheer range and depth of her sonic colorbox, while her highly individual blend of sound and mood switches adeptly from electronica and techno to the more underground tones of bass music and glitch hop - all with her unique vocal signature.
This time Chloe presents "Bloodyful" a 5-tracker covering almost every aspect of her production range - trap-like dancy booster, lyrical beats and copule of synth-driven half-stepper hits. One of them produced together with LA's Chris Alfaro aka Free The Robots, which seems really a pearl of this release.