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Performer: KMFH
Genre: Electronic
Title: The Boat Party
Country: US
Released: 2013
Style: House, Techno, Ghetto House, Experimental, Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1454 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1269 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1289 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 750

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record. BPM: A1: 128 A2: 127 A3: 129 B1: 126 B2: 122 C1: 147 C2: 128 D1: 120.

With singles on Third Ear, Hyperdub and his own Wild Oats, the young producer quickly molded his own brand of sooty but soulful house music. It nods to the city's latter day godfathers, like Theo Parrish and Omar-S, but comes off a bit cheekier-Hall's tracks present a playful reconsideration of the city's storied musical past. Hall's blithe massaging of Detroit techno and house tropes is strewn across The Boat Party, an album suffused in smoky tape hiss and blackened drum programming. The rough grace common in so much Motor City house is often subverted and turned on its head; you keep expecting Hall to dip into funky trots even as he winds himself around sample barrages and drizzles of static and sonic blare.

This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 120/128 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Boat Party. BPM Profile The Boat Party. Album starts at BPM, ends at 120BPM (+120), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).

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The Boat Party album artwork pokes fun at European summer boat parties and juxtaposes the destitute state of Detroit and its recent proneness to discarded luxury in financial crises. Mainly, the inability to leave and the sometimes pleasant isolation of a boat party is what the album exudes. The listener has a certain commitment to the material which definitely has its place on the dance floor. You can find tracks that have soulful, funky, and organic feels, while others have a more abstract, mechanical, and robotic sentiments

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In stock now for same day shipping. The Boat Party Bonus. Do check "12 Doors," a frazzled techno collaboration with the Bologna-based pairing Nas1, and Hall's own self styled 2k13 Mix of The Boat Party highlight "Flemmenup"!! Played by.


A2 Dr_Crunch 5:54
A3 Spoof 5:54
B1 Flemmenup 5:04
B2 Crushed! 5:57
C1 Finna Pop 7:00
C2 Grungy Gloops 1:32
D1 Measure2Measure 6:41

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Alchemy Mastering
  • Copyright (c) – Wild Oats Music Inc
  • Published By – KMFH Music Works


  • Mastered By – Matt*
  • Written-By – Kyle Hall



Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
A1: 128 | A2: 127 | A3: 129
B1: 126 | B2: 122
C1: 147 | C2: 128
D1: 120

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): WO13K-A MATT ALCHEMY
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side B): WO13K - B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side C): WO13K-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side D): WO13K - D

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WO13KCD KMFH* The Boat Party ‎(CDr, Album) Wild Oats WO13KCD US 2013
IMFYL065 KMFH* The Boat Party ‎(CDr, Album) Music 4 Your Legs IMFYL065 Japan 2013
425064 , 4845581 KMFH* The Boat Party ‎(8xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Wild Oats, Wild Oats 425064 , 4845581 2013
IMFYL065 KMFH* The Boat Party ‎(CD, Album) Music 4 Your Legs IMFYL065 Japan 2013

Measure 2 Measure is such a nice track word word

FINNAPOP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxSiyZs2PGg

Crushed is still unbelievable listening today. KMFH!

"Spoof" gives me goose bumps. Such a beautifully raw track.

I don't actually have a copy of this yet and will probably score one later. Measure 2 Measure is based primarily on Phyliss Hyman's You Know How to Love me. I will now sound like those old guys I used to think were just old and crusty, but the original is just such an awesome song. By letting this one ride through, I feel stuck in a loop, waiting to hear the actual vocals break out but just get left hanging. Maybe it should be thought in context in that it's the job of the DJ then to drop the original. This is probably just a general criticism of the cuts based on vocal samples in that there's a line in which makes it over done. Crushed IMO doesn't cross that threshold as it's less dense with the samples and it incorporates those from at least 2 sources. My pick so far is KIXCLAP$CHORD$NHAT$ // now it's Finnapop (8/6/14).

heart of sky
Measure 2Measure is such a classic!

I love this album and in Measure2Measure Kyle has treated us to his more accessible sound. My favourite record of 2013.

"Finnapop" samples Jammin Gerald - Pump On The Floor (DM-258)

B2 Crushed is as nasty a house song as Detroit can release. It's an instant classic at least for me. Banging beat with chirpy highs, with layers of old school samples, filtered and EQ'ed to death. B1 Flemmenup is a spartan electro affair, shades of old UR tracks. D1 Measure2Measure is also a really nice deep house tune in that KDJ tradition. Be warned that much of the stuff on this release is experimental and honestly not dance floor friendly. Some of it is barely listenable in any setting. But that's art I guess. Don't want to say it's like Moodymann. Cause it's got a different structure and it's a cheap comparison. But there are similarities. This release has that level of creative quality. The cover image of the Boat Party is an evocative challenge about party culture. Or maybe it's just a boat in urban decay. Either way it has a message, a consciousness and that brings us back to Moodymann. It's easy to get confused as the artist's K are the same, KDJ and KMFH. Kenny and Kyle. I guess there are worse people to which Mr. Hall could be compared.