Let's have some Fun(k)

by Fantomacs


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The Story

My next single was inspired by some funk music I heard on the radio. Immediately after being back in my studio, I started recording and produced this new song called 'Let's have some Fun(k)' - move your body to the groove and enjoy!


Please read a review of my single here.

Please find the IG-story here.


Listen to it, enjoy and dance!

Release date: 17th Feb 2023

13th of March, the Los Angeles based music blog "Tunepical" published a review of "Let's have some Fun(k)" including my other releases so far to embed this into a broader scope.


Please read a review here.

Please find the IG-story here.


I very much enjoy this sentence of Delvin, the reviewer and founder of Tunepical:



"... if you're listening to the right songs at the right time, everything is possible!"

Funky music is a genre of popular music that originated in the mid-1960s and became widely popular in the 1970s. It is characterized by a strong, groovy bass line, syncopated rhythms, and soulful vocals. The term "funk" is thought to derive from the word "funky," which was used to describe a strong, pungent odor.


Funky music draws influences from a variety of musical styles, including soul, R&B, jazz, and African musical traditions. The genre is known for its emphasis on rhythm and groove, and for its use of musical improvisation and extended musical solos.


Some of the most famous and influential funk artists include James Brown, Parliament-Funkadelic, Sly and the Family Stone, and Earth, Wind & Fire. These musicians helped to define the sound of funk and continue to inspire musicians and fans today.


Whether you're a fan of classic funk or contemporary funk-influenced music, there's no denying that funk has left an indelible mark on the musical landscape and continues to be a beloved and influential genre.


Saying that the new song 'Let's have some Fun(k)' continues this kind of music genre in a modern and fresh way. The song contains all the well known elements of funky music like clavinet, groovy slap bass, tight brass sections among others. But it also surprises by other style elements from modern electronic music and some nicely performed vocal breaks.

Hamburg, Hafencity

This song was recorded in the LakeView Studio in Switzerland making use of my new gear and sound libraries. For more details please refer to my blog pages and my gear page.


The final mixing and mastering was also performed in the LakeView Studio in Switzerland.


The picture used for the art works was photographed at the LiLu event (2023) in Lucerne / Switzerland and modified for the coverart of the new single.