Fedaden is reportedly exactly 50% of recently written about Del Wire (FEB 2006) and one would be forced to make the same conclusion about Fedaden’s solo efforts: it’s not hard to like them. Fedaden’s self-entitled album is comprised by nine excellent tracks and in likeness with Del Wire the subtle references and clever incorporations of genre standard attributes makes this album a through and through pleasant experience. From the lounged out bossa fueled introduction “Ansiedad” onto the brilliant “Tant Apprendre” and its restricted use of vocal sample. Or “Empire” influenced by that prolific electronic musician of Mexican decent: Murcof with its ultra crisp treble exercises. The whole album in its nine tracks splendour continues along the same lines and a special note has to be said about the excellent “No Me Siento”. The subbass will shake your foundations and touch the very core of your being. The down-tempo, beat filled and sample laden album “Fedaden” produced by Del Wire’s and Nacopajaz’ Fedaden comes recommended.