French /Australian music artist, producer, poet and video creator Benedict Sinister releases a new single on 6th January entitled ‘EDM Mockney’ via the Music For Sapiosexuals label. “The title refers to a rhyming slang created by Sinister based on the names of DJs, which is used in the track.
Benedict says: “Mockney means fake cockney, like the accent i use in the song. The track namechecks the fakest cockney accents in film history! But I was also inspired by British mockney icons such as Mick Jagger, Crass, Jamie Oliver, Guy Ritchie, and of course Russell Brand. Love you mugs!”
The song declares a new “Summer of Love” calling for a repeat of the raves of 1988, and refers to classic British dance artists KLF, The Prodigy, and Shamen, combined with nods to Ricky Gervais, Minder, Chas and Dave, Lerner and Lowe, and Frank Zappa. // Continue to the full article