Next up to the spotlight of Navarre’s Lounge is Head Fake! Blending retro synths with modern tools, this musician’s trio of semi-anonymous veteran artists/producers are bringing the unique sounds and energy of transformational 80’s music to the ears of both a new generation and their nostalgic parents.

Recorded in studios in London, New Jersey, Los Angeles, and Miami, Head Fake seamlessly blends the cross-pond and cross-continental radio influences of their youth into a “could have been hits back then” collection of new music.

Head Fake drops new collaborative album with Dub Fu Masters, Head Fake vs. Dub Fu Masters, for listeners to get a club vibe experience. This power duo takes club lovers back to the fun, crowded club atmosphere they used to experience before the recent suspension due to the pandemic.

Head Fake’s inspiration behind this project was to make club versions of his previously released tracks, such as “One Step”, one of the first recorded tracks of his career with an 80s melody; “Trump Funk”, a song encompassing the chaos of the past four years; and “Overjoyed”, a sober song with upbeat lyrics. Dub Fu Masters quickly joined in on Head Fake’s sonic vision and wants the album’s upbeat sound to allow listeners to feel similar emotions as they would in a club setting. Head Fake Vs. Dub Fu Masters is available now on Spotify and all major platforms.

The three tracks on this EP are the straight ’80s vibes that Head Fake is known for, accompanied with the Dub Fu Masters’ signature trance type beat. This is what you call a match made in heaven. Like every great musician, each track has its on sense of identity, and each track takes you on its own journey.

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