We’re bringing you the exciting sound of the Misha Panfilov Sound Combo today. Hailing from Tallinn, Estonia, Misha’s music is frequently reviewed on the pages of Flea market Funk simply because it’s that good. The latest release on the Detroit powerhouse Funk Night Records is “Gin and Tonic”
FNR-169 is really a gem. Moving right into some fuzzy guitar, heavy break drums, and some spacey synths, Panfilov and company add the soundtrack to your night with a sound that is on some over there shizz. Funky, yet psychedelic, what really grabs you on these tracks are those synths that give you that “I’m on mushrooms in a desert” feeling. Haven’t been on mushrooms in a desert? Substitute Hawaii or wherever you were when you felt yourself sinking into the earth with pure joy. That’s the power Misha Panfilov’s new single gives off and passes it directly to you. But if you can’t relate, substitute the old gin and tonic bender and you’ll get what we mean (maybe add in the spins instead of sinking, but you get the meaning). Panifilov has a knack for not just making music, but making good music every time. Flying under the radar but gaining strong support from the funk and soul community all these years, he’s a stalwart with DJs and collectors looking for his sound. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, don’t sleep on this dude and his body of work. Check out the track below and order the record straight from Funk Night after the stream.