||1.||"Music Speaks For Itself"|
||1.||"Music Speaks For Itself" (Maxwell remix)|
||2.||"Jazz Speaks For Itself"|
Only 200 pressed ! With the ever-popular hand-stamped aesthetic, newcomer Jamie Trench delivers four turns on the deep house tangent that come steeped in atmosphere. "Laisse Moi" keeps the hat ticking away firmly while languid pads hover in the background and more perky chords take up the front of the mix. "Jazz Speaks For Itself" keeps things on a bluesy tip, but still ensuring the beats stay prime and prominent. Maxwell's remix of the first track "Music Speaks For Itself" makes all the right bumping house moves, avoiding being quite as moody as its antecedent, rounding off a strong EP of contemporary house belters.
Patrick Luca (SAFT/PULP), Mark Johnson Bournemouth, Replika (Deso, Swedish Brandy), Paul Thornton (Dig Deep / Reboot), Orlando B (Contemplate Recordings), Washerman, KevinTsuba, Roni Nachum (Ubertramp Records), James Johnston (No Matter What), Jamie Trench, Bryan Hervieu, Brad P/Inner Shift/Common Dreams, Kastil (Soul Notes/Stale), Studio Casual, Rikki Humphrey, Samann (Traxx Underground), Janeret, Tom Sevinski (Black Key Records), Si Jones (Si'Ke DJs), Cecil (artfuldivision), Spittal (Craigie Knowes), MIL (Music Is Love Records)
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