This composition for guitar and violin explores the genre of funk from the 1970s. Constructed in three sections, it features a slow, almost improvisatory first part, which eventually becomes more defined and regular in its rhythmic and beat patterns, leading to the second section. This section, in a moderate tempo, has a clear regularity, which allows the violin almost to speak (in fact, rap). This idea of almost Sprechstimme combines with the funk progressions at a fast, incessant tempo in the last section, to conclude the piece with a fast groove between the two instruments. Funk is a respectful homage to great masters of the guitar and bass like Jimi Hendrix and Bootsy Collins.