By: Chris Conte
All Good Records has welcomed Freddy Todd to the family and rightly so. He's been rocking his keytar for years, touring across the country and advocating weirdness wherever he goes. Now it's time to do it on a bigger scale.
Freddy Todd's initial release, "Homework Did," from the forthcoming Khrysos EP (due out in October with remixes from Bleep Bloop and Space Jesus) is a sensual supernatural piece exemplifying who he is as an artist. He takes you to outer space, launching you past Saturn and turning your view back towards Earth. This tunes is tremendous display of the vibing power of Freddy Todd. The resonant domineering bass makes it hard not to bob your head. I can imagine what it will do to crowds of people.
All Good Records is riddled with talent. Its roster holds some of the most influential sound creators in the scene today, not the least of which is its intrepid leader, GRiZ, with whom Freddy has shared a bond since they were wee lads (oh we remember the SplaTTerboX days, never forget). Being on the cutting edge of electronica, they welcome Freddy Todd with open arms. We are sure he will be pushing boundaries and melting faces along the way. Congrats, and we looking forward to see what the future brings.
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