Don’t Be Afraid About Future
Don't be afraid about the future is a serie of radio shows curated by FU.ME crew. A trip from the sounds of the past, of the present and of the future. Our label creates a cultural and musical journey with djset, live set by artists from all over the world in order to build and to support a community under the same groove.
DAAF - “Don’t be afraid about the future” is a serie of radio shows curated by FU.ME crew. A trip from the sounds of the past, of the present and of the future. Our label creates a cultural and musical journey with dj set, live set by artists from all over the world in order to build and to support a community under the same groove.
DAAF006: grand season finale with Diego Turizo, a.k.a Watara, a Venezuelan artist enthusiast of street sounds, who focuses his compositions on raw samples, vocal rhythms, breakbeats, and night sounds.
He has produced for labels such as Bogoture Records (COL), Wachita Fast Music (SPA), and Ovelha Trax (POR).
From Maracaibo, Venezuela, Watara presents a 1 hour mix, based on sounds with the purest flow and ghetto feeling.
See you all next DAAF season, enjoy!
DAAF005 is dedicated to MVQX, an artist who addresses aesthetics that go against pre-elaborated standards: music for forward thinking listeners. Enjoy!
The third episode of DAAF is dedicated to an artist that we consider part of the FU.ME family; following the release on Cyber Domain we present Kwasir, a tough guy who continues to carry the electro flag high without compromise.
The second episode’s guest is the intriguing and mysterious beat maker Vecthör, based in the neighborhood of Lambrate. On this occasion, he prepared a mash up from all the stuff he produced during these past years. The result is syncopated rhythms mixed with a deep love for the melodies.
The first episode's guest is Happy707, a project of the young DJs and producers May Mc Laren and Tomas Palmariello from Buenos Aires Argentina. Influenced by the currents of EBM, Acid, Electro, and TechnoTrash, but open to music in general, their productions were released on labels such as Clan Destine Records (UK), New York Haunted (NL), Oraculo Records (ES), Pildoras Tapes (COL) and Discos Pato Carlos (CH).