Fine Art is one of our favourite little labels here at Juno, with each release from the London via New York imprint a joy to behold both sonically and visually. The latest, from Auckland-based Hit It & Quit It radio host Frank Booker, contains two sublime excursions into low slung jazz-flecked house spread across two sides of 10" in vinyl. Title track "Hope" teases an infectious looped guitar lick with pan-pot percussion and occasional flourishes of piano, while "No Delay" delves deeper still, with oven-warm chords undulating hazily beneath the ebb and flow of live sounding drums and the most subtle of bass lines.
B-Jam, Sound Shelter, HiRO, Mike Misiu, Jimpster, Ryan Shaw (Eclectic Avenue Records), Ethyl, Ernie (Minuendo Recordings), Oscar Brown (Low Slung), Sean, Andy Ash, Kayne Cross, Superbreak, JONNO & TOMMO, Deep Space Orchestra, Juno Recommends Deep House, Frank Booker, Eddie C, Zoo Look, JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Tyson Ballard, Sleazy Beats Recordings, James What, Moustache Love, Sccucci Manucci, RUF DUG, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Giles Smith (secretsundaze)
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