RIYL: deep house
Label: Rhythm Section International
Well Well¬†takes the idea of deep house even¬†deeper. Deep house is a night club mantra, and something to get lost in with no real vocal work to focus on – just a four to the floor anthem. As I’ve noticed with the releases I’ve written up thus far from¬†Rhythm Section International, there’s plenty of jazz and dub influence to go around. The first and fourth¬†track¬†of this EP consist of deep house that feels as if it’s tiptoeing around you trying not to bother you instead of bumping¬†around under the floor via¬†monstrous subwoofers. It’s as if it’s purposely avoiding the lime light, wanting to just retire to its corner to take in the surreal sights of bacchanalia barely lit by the (oddly enough) blinding blacklights. The second track is a woozy reprise of the first track, albeit quieted. The third track is this sparse take on beat music that sounds ready for its [adult swim] bump. The closing track is this odd mix of oozing hip-hop and hazy jazz. Listen to¬†Well Well below via the Bandcamp player and see what you think of it. Cheers!
Rhythm Section International‚Äôs 12th release comes from another Mancunian called Tom, this time going by the name of Hidden
Spheres. We are issuing a * FEEL¬≠GOOD HIT OF THE SUMMER*
alert for the title track, ‚ÄėWell, Well‚Äô, ¬≠a certified, yet sophisticated banger, ready to send that festival crowd one step closer to transcendence.
A versatile EP spanning over 5 tracks, Well Well is a house¬≠tinged, jazzy affair ¬≠ rich in soulful vocals, summery chords and live percussion. Hidden Spheres is a seasoned dj and producer, having released on the likes of Moods & Grooves alongside Theo Parrish, Andr√©s, MR. G and Moodymann as well as producing the inaugural release for Lobster Theremin imprint Distant Hawaii. With a wealth of records ready to go, constrained only by pressing plant schedules, RS012 marks the first in a flurry of summer releases on Rhythm Section International.
released July 15, 2016
All tracks written and produced by Tom Harris.
Horns on Land performed by Chris Jolly.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive