Every year, FuFu Records established a partnership with a NGO in Asia to support a cause.
In 2022, FuFu Records will partner with a new NGO to help the reduction of plastic in the ocean, particularly focusing on a project in Indonesia with the NGO Seven Clean Seas: plastic offsetting (www.sevencleanseas.com
2 USD will represent 1KG removed from Indonesian oceans/beaches... and it will be also used to pay the Indonesian people who remove all the wastes and to teach them correctly.
88 - Double Happiness: Enjoy the music and Support a good cause :)
A special international guest:
California-bred Robert Yang, also known as Bézier, is an American DJ and producer. While best known for being one of the earliest members of the queer San Francisco musical collective Honey Soundsystem, Yang
also produces under multiple aliases and heads three blooming labels, Bodyzone, m-i-v, and his most recent endeavor, Piece of Work. Bézier cut his teeth in the San Francisco scene for a decade, and now toggles
between Berlin and SF, where he continues to expand his sound and vision into a cohesive yet dynamic mosaic.
Yang moved to San Francisco in 2005, spawning an era of pivotal connections and collaboration that cemented Yang’s identity as a DJ and producer. Shared affinities would lead Yang towards affiliation with the Honey Soundsystem crew, resulting in a prosperous period of musical growth as Bézier. Yang’s first release, the Italo inspired track “Serengeti Drive” became a slow burner that imprinted itself upon listeners.
Bézier’s influences are wide-ranging, resulting in music that is as carefree as it is relentless. A master of synth work, Bézier employs a range of analog synthesizers to create highly textured tracks that recall a retrofuturistic soundscape. Though often pop-infused and Italo-leaning, Bézier’s productions also wander the darker spaces of EBM and techno.
As of 2021, Yang took on another alias 羅伯特 (pinyin: Luōbótè, transliterates to Robert) under a newlyconceived label, Piece of Work. His first album on the label, Heirloom, was released January 2021. Yang is a
seasoned artist who has a strong grasp on their sound, while retaining a fluid identity.
His track “Chandeliers” was a track he worked on after his first tour through Asia in 2016. It was another one of those unfinished pieces that sat in the drive until he picked it up again recently. He supposes a lot of music we make needs to bake in the oven for a bit before it’s ready for piping. This track also features some live drum work by Dave Easlick who he recorded right before he moved to Berlin in 2018. I always try to
incorporate all the spheres in my life to remember specific moments in my life.