|1.||"DSM V" (5:48)|
|2.||"Mud Bells" (3:47)|
|2.||"Body, Curtain, Advance" (5:55)|
|3.||"What We Have Forgotten" (3:36)|
Fred P's Soul People Music has been diversifying more as of late, branching its sunken, moody strains of house through new talents from around the house sphere. This week we have a new artist, Jordan, who surfaces on the label's Boards edition, marking number ten in this edition of the imprint. The music from this newcomer fits in perfectly with the label's past and present output, and "DSM V" is the perfect opener to this EP - a bumping but contained house monster with subtle acid nuances and rugged beat patterns. "Mud Bells", instead, is a much moodier and sparser affair thanks to its almost total lack of beats, while "Seventeentwentyfive" marks the return to familiarly glitchy house structures on the B side. "Body, Curtain, Advance" is a gorgeous Chicago melter in the style of Brian Harden, and "What We Have Forgotten" goes into a deep, spacey trance with its broken bass drums and aqueous synths. A fitting addition to the catalogue, and an altogether great piece of seductive house music.
Owen Jay, Ben Sims, Brian James, Ethyl, Alex Font, Lee Fraged, Dj Prophet, Steven Tang (Emphasis Recordings), Jason Hodges, Fred P Black Jazz Consortium, Agnostic Rhythm, Ney Faustini, Joe Montana, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Rivet, LANOCHE, Cory James, Cellar Door, Nightimedrama
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