Two people from two very different demographical backgrounds molding their music into one groove-filled cornucopia of experimental but melliferous music. Anything goes. When there's a groove, there's a way.
Why this name?
It just came up. We were looking at Roget's Thesaurus for a synonym for "musical" and found "tuneful". Couple this with our inability to spell the word itself and we ended up with "TuneFoolz".
Do you play live?
We don't, as we are concentrating on creating that "signature" sound for now. Eventually, we will be going into that direction.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It makes it easier for artists to disseminate their work. The logistics of the distribution of music is oftenmost overlooked, but it takes a large chunk of the composers' time. The time that we used to spend recording tracks for demo's, etc. is nowadays put to better use in the actual making of music.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
It is a remote possibility, as most electronic music, in our case, House, although appreciated by many, is still not considered as mainstream as Hip-Hop or Pop. We can dream though, can't we?
Formed in 2002, we are two individuals with diverse influences in music who have learned to appreciate each other's tastes. One thing we have in common, though, is that we believe in music with a human "touch". Nothing compensates the feel that a live instrument can give. With these principles in mind, we set out and haven't looked back.
90's Indy, House, Hip-Hop, Trance, RnB, Reggae, Asian Ethnic, Rock and Roll, and soundtracks.
5-String Ernie Ball Stingray and 4-String Stingray Fretless Bass, Fender Strat Guitar, Roland P-188, Gallien-Krueger MB-150E combo, Line6 Bass Pod, Danelectro Mini-Pedals, Yamaha 01V96- 32 Track Recorder, TrackMaster, Cubase SX H2O, Casio pixie 100 Key board
Credit goes to the people who have put a voice or sang on our tracks. Thanks a lot. You are a part of this as much as we are.