Premiere Alert! King Underground coming correct once again with the dope stuff. Multi-instrumentalist Solomon Citron’s debut, a soundtrack to a film that doesn’t exist (but should), Kampu China, features six tracks of cinematic soundscapes for you to groove to. The Russian musician pays tribute to his childhood, 1970’s action films, kung fu flicks and more with this carefully thought out aural journey of a motion picture in his mind. Composed in only two weeks and with his imagination as inspiration and his musical talent to guide him, he traveled to Kampu China, where betrayal, revenge, shootouts, and scenes of kung fu dominate the landscape. This fictional world has led to real music, which is a perfect back drop for any movie of this sort. “Revenge Scene” is a funky trip through wah wah guitars, heavy back beats, and library/ cinema inspired atmospheres, very well done and something we love to listen to here at FMF. The EP will be out in a month or so, so you’ll have to satisfy your appetite for cinema music with Solomon Citron on this one track for now. Top notch release.
The vinyl & digital release will be available January 18th via King Underground. Check out the track “Revenge Scene” streaming below, premiering exclusively here on Flea Market Funk: