The Famous Producer Mr. Jazzek Has Reinvented The Groove
Of ‘Funiculi Funicula’ With Its Re-Produced Version

Mr. Jazzek, the Producer/Remixer/DJ has enchanted the entire global industry with the re-produced Electro Swing version of the vintage song ‘Funiculi Funicula’.

Having started Disco Jockeying in 1991, the Poland-based renowned Producer/Remixer/DJ Mr. Jazzek is now a known face in the industry. Being a finalist of the Polish DMC Championships, 1999, and a promoter for the international Red Bull Music Academy, the artist has gathered a huge fan base. With famous musical projects like ‘Gogo’, ‘Alla Turca’, ‘Oriental Swing’, and ‘Gagarin’, the artist is on a roll now. His latest release, the re-produced version of ‘Funiculi Funicula’ has is certainly the reflection of his supreme skills.

This is a Neapolitan song composed in 1880 by Luigi Denza, along with the lyricist Peppino Turco. The track was crafted to commemorate the historical event of the opening of the first funicular railway on Mount Vesuvius. The re-produced version of ‘Funiculi Funicula’ has helped in re-living the memories of the historic moment. The freshness that has been brought production skills of the artist and the vocalist Felipe Céspedes is certainly mesmerizing and breathtaking. The vintage feel has been modernized through the innovative instrumentation and synths.

Engineered under Electro Swing Thing, this track has the strength of the fuzz-soaked bars and the fusion of the contrasting fragments, which has amplified the aura around the premise of this track. The core of the track is hard-hitting and worth experiencing more than a hundred times. The relentless flow of the hypnotic rhythmical chords has added spark to the entire arrangement. The track is currently streaming on the digital music platforms of Spotify, SoundCloud, and Apple Music. You can know more through Mr. Jazzek’s Facebook profile HERE!

Stream & Download “Mr. Jazzek – Funiculi Funicula” HERE!

Review by IssueWire Date: 2020-04-20

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