Dr. Rubberfunk, My Life at 45 (Part 3) Review
Dr. Rubberfunk is a London based producer, musician and DJ, releasing music with Jalapeno-Records. Simon Ward began DJing under the Dr. Rubberfunk guise in 1992, and released his debut 12” single in 2001. He has since written and produced three albums: The First Cut and My Life At 33, released on his own GPS Recordings label, and Hot Stone released by Jalapeno Records. Dr. Rubberfunk has remixed artists from The Stereo MC’s and Norah Jones to Bobby Hebb and Madness. He’s also played drums for DJ Food and French Horn Rebellion. As a DJ, he has done shows around the world from, New York to Moscow, with festival appearances at Glastonbury, Bestival and The Big Chill. He mixed tracks for Alexia Coley’s debut album and co-wrote and produced Izo FitzRoy’s debut Skyline, on Jalapeno Records to critical acclaim. In the of Summer 2018, Dr. Rubberfunk began a new series of 7inch singles to celebrate My Life At 45, with Part 2 released in early 2019. Dr. Rubberfunk is now releasing My Life at 45 (Part 3), which contains three tracks. One track features the singing of Izo FitzRoy and one is Dr. Rubberfunk laying down a hip groove by himself on the drum kit.
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My Life at 45 (Part 3)
A Matter Of Time (feat. Izo FitzRoy)
Release Date: October 4, 2019
Dr. Rubberfunk is deep in the groove. His songs have style, interesting forms and solid production.