Friendly (musician)

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Friendly
Birth name Andrew Kornweibel
Also known as Presser, Soda U, Fruitbat, 99 Cents and Nutcase & Papachubba
Genres breaks

Friendly (Andrew Kornweibel)[1] is a breaks’ producer and DJ. Originally from Australia he is now based in London.[2]

Friendly's debut album, Hello Bellybutton (released on his own Gulp Communications label), was nominated for Best Dance Release at the 1998 ARIA Music Awards.[3] The follow-up album, Akimbo' debuted at #20 on the Australian albums chart.[4]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Hello Bellybutton (1998) - Gulp Communications[5]
  • Akimbo (2000) - Silvertone Records[6]
  • Oversized Akimbo (2001) (two cd rerelease of Akimbo)[7]
  • 10 Things You Need To Know About Friendly (2004) - Fat! Records[8]
  • Chew The Fat! At The End Presents: Friendly (2005) - Fat! Records

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • Jam On This (1997) - Gulp Communications
  • Hello Bellybutton (1998) - Gulp Communications
  • Some Kind Of Love Song (1999) - Silvertone Records
  • Akimbo (2000) - Silvertone Records
  • I Love You But... (2000) - Silvertone Records
  • My Mother Was A Deejay (2000) - Silvertone Records
  • The Sound Of You EP (2000) - Silvertone Records
  • 2Black2Gay / Sneaker Sex (2003) - Fat! Records
  • Glottal Stomp / Foot Rocker (2003) - Fat! Records[9]
  • Greedy (2003) - Boom Box Records
  • S&M (2003) - Fat! Records
  • Fetish (2004) - Thursday Club Recordings
  • The Bump 'N' Grind / Jack (So Ride Me) (2004) - Fat! Records
  • "The Bump N Grind" Remixes (2005) - Fat! Records
  • Nobody (2005) - Fat! Records
  • Homeboys Cry Out For More / Ride Baby Ride (2006) - iO Music
  • The Bump And Grind (2008) - Gulp Communications
  • It's The Weekend (2009) - Gulp Communications

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Age 16 May 2003 Chewing the fat by Andrew Drever
  2. ^ Discogs Friendly
  3. ^ Rage Who Is Friendly?
  4. ^ International Music Concepts Friendly
  5. ^ National Library of Australia Hello Bellybutton
  6. ^ National Library of Australia Akimbo
  7. ^ The Newcastle Herald, 24 May 2001, "Friendly Society" by Chad Watson
  8. ^ 10 Things You Need To Know About Friendly review by Ben Hogwood
  9. ^ Friendly - Glottal Stomp/Foot Rocker review by DJ Robotek