Genre neutrals with a Panda mask!
You might have heard us before…….
You might have seen us before…….
The debut album ‘Raw Dummy‘ was released in march 2020. After this a several projects started.
The second album ‘Rue d’Ummy‘ has been online for about two weeks and was then taken offline (by us!). Do you have a copy? That’s a special one!
- Sippin’ Dummy – Our first single. It was recorded in a single take and has a duration or +10 minutes. The track was inspired by the sounds of Flofilz and Portishead. The track has never been placed on any playlist because of it’s length but has been ‘shazammed’ lot’s of times. It’s nothing special really. Just played around on Garageband, recorded the session and published online. Anyone can do it.
- Zilliqa – A tribute to a promising blockchain project. The twitter crowd voted for an electro swing track. Not our favorite track.
- Li Trai – Is a UKJazz/EDM track. The title is the Walloon name for the city of Maastricht. We are still waiting for an invitation at Maastricht Jazz. The single was our first single in the charts: Cooltop20.
- Who needs a Meniscus – Is an unusual blend of soul, funk, rock. But we like it. The single entered the Cooltop20. We’ve created a music video. Check it out on Youtube!
- Oak Ridge – Is a track named after the city where most of the Spotify streams for Dizzy Panda came from (if you are reading this: big thank you!). The track has some references to Kill Bill. It was supposed to be the track for Kill Bill 3. The single reached #2 in the Radio TFSC Top24.
- I know U want this – Is a funky track with some voice sampling. We did this track together with the young talented Chimae. It was our first track to pass 1000 streams on Spotify within a week.
- Little Basterd – This was launched in memory of James Dean who died in a car crash at September 30th 1955. We took this track offline after two weeks at . . . the 30th of September.
- Llama – Is an unusual combination of house beats and panflutes. We call it our first Panflute house track. The Germans seem to like this track.
- Turn Off The Light – Is a psychedelic electrotriphop song. We have created a 4:33 minute animation with this track with more than 4500 frames. Check out our music video! The single was in the CoolTop20 and the Indie500.
- Nippy Dim Sum – Is an anagram of our first single “Sippin’ Dummy”. We used some same samples and sounds, however 5 minutes shorter. We were told it’s Old School Boom Bap Lofi. Whatever. Artwork by Joe Brise.
- You Might Regret – Our second dark psychedelic electrotriphop track. This track comes with a music video too. The track is inspired by a young girl who was invited to spend the night with a couple. The girl was found dead the next morning. What happened?
- WHAT’s NEXT?
Bite My Tongue – This track will hit the stores and music platforms at April 14th. We’re trying to finish the musicvideo in time! You can pre-save our single here: Pre-save
Sabroso – This is all about a picture, not about the music. The single will be released at June 6th.
The third album ‘Rude Dumb Me‘ (working title) is in the making. We are still in doubt which tracks should feature this album…. Lot’s to choose from. We have a lot of singles. Some of our work in progress can be found at Soundcloud. Some of our new videoclips premiere on Musiqcast first. Keep an eye out on our socials. We are (sometimes not so) active on Twitter, Instagram and not so active on Facebook and TikTok with our handle @dizzypandamusic.
Who is Dizzy Panda?
Dizzy Panda are the Dutch producersduo Mike & Mool. Often assisted by others. Take our mask and you’re Dizzy Panda.
Dizzy Panda Experiences:
- * First silent disco at ‘Dieben’s Place’, Curacao 2019. A brain surgeon was standing by.
- * Spotify premium members since 2012
- * 1999 Honorary member of the Timbuktu table football association.
- * Featured at ‘Dan’s schoolwarming’, Amsterdam 1998. We didn’t make it to the end. Too drunk.
- * Backing whistlers at the ‘Beerwhistlers’ 1998.
- * Featured at the underground houselabel ‘Diebhouse’ between 1994-1996.
- * Learned to play “brother Jocob” on the Casio keyboard in 1985. We still play the song!
Ah bullshit. We don’t have any experience. But all of the above is true.