Due to popular demand, Damu The Fudgemunk’s “Supply For Demand” LP (2010) is back in stock. This time redef’s go-to visual artist Joseph Buckingham, who recently contributed to De La Soul’s mega successful Kickstarter campaign, decided to completely redesign the album packaging from the ground up. Besides the updated artwork, the music remains the same as heard on last year’s remastered pressing, featuring a potent mix of instrumental and vocal tracks featuring Damu himself as well as a Y Society collabo in the form of “Don’t Do It.”
We here at Redefinition Records appreciate the simplicity of this arrangement and are certainly not of the mind to buck fundamental economics. We’re also in the enviable position of having a loyal fan base that keep pushing us to put out quality product (that’s the supply bit in case you weren’t paying attention).
Supply For Demand is therefore what you’ve come to expect from Damu: Gimmick-free head nodders that wrap themselves around you like sheets of sonic velvet. Keep askin’ and we’ll keep givin’. The pleasure is all ours.