Freaky Chakra

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Freaky Chakra emerged out of the San Francisco underground after a chance introduction to Exist Dance head Mike Kandel (a.k.a. Tranquility Bass) through mutual friend Miguel Fierro (a.k.a. Single Cell Orchestra). Kandel liked Bentley's demo, and in the summer of 1993, Exist Dance released "Halucifuge / Transcendental Funk Bump", which became an underground hit. He followed this single with the "March Of The Tangent" EP and the full-lengths "Lowdown Motivator" and "Blacklight Fantasy", as well as a collaboration with Single Cell Orchestra.
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Freaky Chakra - Lowdown Motivator album art Freaky Chakra Lowdown Motivator (Album) Astralwerks US 1995 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Freaky Chakra Vs. Single Cell Orchestra album art Freaky Chakra Vs Single Cell Orchestra Freaky Chakra Vs Single Cell Orchestra - Freaky Chakra Vs. Single Cell Orchestra (Album) Astralwerks UK & Europe 1996 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Blacklight Fantasy album art Freaky Chakra Blacklight Fantasy Astralwerks US 1998 Sell This Version
RUN 33785 Freaky Chakra - Moonroof Operator album art Freaky Chakra Moonroof Operator(CD, Album) Run Recordings RUN 33785 US 2003 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

ED 010 Freaky Chakra - Halucifuge album art Freaky Chakra Halucifuge(12") Exist Dance ED 010 US 1993 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Peace Fixation album art Freaky Chakra Peace Fixation Astralwerks US 1994 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Budded On Earth To Bloom In Heaven album art Freaky Chakra Budded On Earth To Bloom In Heaven (Maxi) Astralwerks USA & Canada 1995 Sell This Version
ASW 6134-6 Freaky Chakra - March Of The Tangent Prone EP album art Freaky Chakra March Of The Tangent Prone EP(12") Astralwerks ASW 6134-6 US 1995 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Freaky Chakra Vs. Single Cell Orchestra album art Freaky Chakra vs. Single Cell Orchestra Freaky Chakra vs. Single Cell Orchestra - Freaky Chakra Vs. Single Cell Orchestra (Single) Astralwerks UK 1996 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Year 2000 album art Freaky Chakra Year 2000 Astralwerks US 1997 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Downspace album art Freaky Chakra Downspace Astralwerks US 1998 Sell This Version
BB 006 Freaky Chakra - Smokin Fresh EP album art Freaky Chakra & The Bayou Bros Freaky Chakra & The Bayou Bros - Smokin Fresh EP(12", EP, Gre) Reach Records BB 006 US 2001 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Felis Catus (Domestic House Cat) album art Freaky Chakra / Patrick Anthony Freaky Chakra / Patrick Anthony - Felis Catus (Domestic House Cat) An1mlz Music US 2002 Sell This Version
cryn 017 Freaky Chakra - Come Back Here EP album art Freaky Chakra Come Back Here EP(12", EP) Crayon cryn 017 UK 2002 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - It's Time album art Freaky Chakra It's Time Euphoria Records US 2003 Sell This Version
BAHAMUT 01 Freaky Chakra - CEMRail album art Bahamut & Freaky Chakra Bahamut & Freaky Chakra - CEMRail(12") Meta-Minds BAHAMUT 01 US 2004 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - West album art Freaky Chakra West Electric Music People UK 2005 Sell This Version
NCH-001 Freaky Chakra - Untitled album art ADD, Marky Star, Freaky Chakra, Danny Miller, Cubulax, Brady Rose ADD, Marky Star, Freaky Chakra, Danny Miller, Cubulax, Brady Rose - Untitled(12", W/Lbl) n-channel NCH-001 US 2005 Sell This Version
DORLTD 003 Freaky Chakra - Sincere / E-No / Get Up, Get It album art Freaky Chakra Sincere / E-No / Get Up, Get It(12") Dorigen Music DORLTD 003 UK 2005 Sell This Version
Freaky Chakra - Chris Fortier - Remix EP 1 album art Alexi Delano / Freaky Chakra Alexi Delano / Freaky Chakra - Chris Fortier - Remix EP 1 (EP) Fade Records US 2007 Sell This Version

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merijn

merijn

May 19, 2018
I was thinking the same thing, he did wonderful stuff.
He actually very recently did a remix for a digital only release by Bass Kittens, another true hero.
https://basskittens.bandcamp.com
is were you can find it
fabriknos

fabriknos

November 21, 2012
I sincerely wish Daum would get back into producing & releasing music again. I saw one of his last live performances (that I know of) at a small club here in LA several years ago and he blew the roof off. In an ironic twist of fate, that club burned down a few months afterwards. Anyways, the Freaky Chakra sound is so unique - associated with the west coast breaks & progressive sound of the early and mid 90s, but his talents go well beyond any one genre. He can handle straight up techno, acid-tinged trance, melancholy downtempo, and of course, killer breaks to get you up off your ass. It's a shame this California legend isn't still mixing it up but I guess he has his reasons for starving us of his addictive, eclectic music. Daum if you're reading this, I would give my left pinky to hear a new LP from you.

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