sfam & TVBOO 'doit4da' South In Most Experimental Collab Yet [Listen]
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sfam & TVBOO ‘doit4da’ South In Most Experimental Collab Yet [Listen]

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Some of the best collaborations that come to fruition are those that are perfected and chiseled over time. So when we heard that long-time collaborators sfam and TVBOO dropped a new track we knew something special was in order.

The 3-minute journey titled “doit4da” follows the path of an amorphous and gooey figure that contorts and changes shape as the song progresses. One might imagine the track being played out at blacked-out music halls and heavyweight sound havens where bass music is served as the appetizer, main course, and dessert. 

“We’ve made more tunes with TVBOO than we’ve made with anyone else. We always work really well together and I think this is probably the most experimental track we’ve ever collaborated on.”

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Luckily, fans will have the chance to hear the newly released single played live as sfam preps for 6 shows in these last two weeks of February with bossman SubDocta while TVBOO continues to add gigs to his busy schedule. Fans can expect the New Orlean’s duo sfam to be dropping their debut album later this year with this recent track of their’s included. 

As for TVBOO, the speaker melter from Mississippi is smooth off a year that saw him release a mind-bending EP titled Right Field Bass and a comedic album hilariously titled Songs Your Wife Leaves You To. So expect him to be rinsing his freshened discography at all upcoming shows while he continues to expand upon his sound both personally and alongside fellow artists like sfam.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Don’t expect this to be the last collab from these two southern selectors.  

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