Funabashi

Real Name:
Kevin Sieja & Thomas Woznik
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Funabashi Discography Tracks

Albums

TLA002 Funabashi - A Walk To Remember album art Funabashi A Walk To Remember(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Tool Trance TLA002 Switzerland 2014

Singles & EPs

Funabashi - Z.I.T.A. album art Hammer* & Funabashi Hammer* & Funabashi - Z.I.T.A. (Single) Captured Music Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
Funabashi - Moments album art Hammer* & Funabashi Hammer* & Funabashi - Moments Captivating Sounds Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
Funabashi - Gentle Pleasure album art Marc van Linden with Funabashi Marc van Linden with Funabashi - Gentle Pleasure Midway Records Germany 2007 Sell This Version
Funabashi - The Legacy (Stoneface & Terminal Remix) album art Funabashi Pres Saltwater Funabashi Pres Saltwater - The Legacy (Stoneface & Terminal Remix) Ovations Germany 2008
Funabashi - The Shelter album art Funabashi Feat. Angelina (3) Funabashi Feat. Angelina (3) - The Shelter (Single) Supra Recordings Germany 2008 Sell This Version
TLT059 Funabashi - A Walk To Remember album art Funabashi With Kaystone* Funabashi With Kaystone* - A Walk To Remember(File, MP3, Single, 320) Tool Trance TLT059 Switzerland 2014

Miscellaneous

Funabashi - Addictive (Mat Zo Remix) album art Niklas Harding & Funabashi Niklas Harding & Funabashi - Addictive (Mat Zo Remix) Coldharbour Recordings Netherlands 2007
1WA-017 Funabashi Daylight (One-Winged Angel's Twilight Mix)(File, MP3) Marshtarded Industries 1WA-017 US Unknown

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Iceferno

Iceferno

April 8, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
This is a magnificent duo. Woznik & Sieja make some of the best Trance under their Funabashi guise. And with help from Mario Hammer, Niklas Harding and of course, the labels AnjunaDeep and Lost Language from which many of their productions are based, they are becoming a sought-after talent in the Progressive scene.

They have a distinct dreamy style in their songs. From their remixes to their originals, Funabashi always try to offer something new even if the style doesn't necessarily change by much. My favourite production of their's at the moment is their collaboration with Niklas Harding on "Addictive". To me, this takes the dreamy aspects of Trance to a whole new level. Some may say, it just sounds like all the rest, but I wouldn't want to change Funabashi's style for anything. "Addictive" is beautiful, so is "Moments", so is also the remix of André Visior's "Skyline". Thus, if you are new to the style of Progressive Trance, consider Funabashi as your first option!

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