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Visions (2xLP)
Cat: PULABM 01. Rel: 31 Mar 23
Deep House
Ruth (7:00)
To Know That I Love You (6:48)
You Know My Love (part II) (6:10)
Mind, Body, & Soul Call Me (6:34)
The Feeling Of Knowing (6:43)
Skylar (feat TUSH) (6:29)
Dream (feat Fred P - part II) (5:19)
Home Sweet Home (The Journey) (feat Aaron Gray) (6:43)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Six years after delivering his debut album - a digital-only affair called TruSkool - Demuir has finally got round to recording a follow-up. The Toronto native's brand of house is chunky, groovy, deep and funky, taking cues not only from previous collaborators such as DJ Sneak, but also those of his contemporaries that make great use of dusty samples and killer drum programming. As a result, Visions manages to work both as a collection of club-focused cuts and an album you can listen to repeatedly from start to finish. Our picks of a pleasingly strong bunch include the fluid, disco-tinged, Hipnotic-sampling brilliance of 'Mind, Body & Soul Call Me', TUSH hook-up 'Skylar' (a superb slab of gospel-tinged soulful house) and the delicious Fred P collaboration 'Dream (Part II)'.
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I'm Starting To Feel Okay Vol 7 Part 2
Cat: MM 199. Rel: 22 Mar 16
Deep House
DJ Jenifa - "Dresscode" (5:17)
Johannes Klingebiel - "Cowbell Piano House" (6:57)
Fred P - "Days In Time" (6:26)
Kim Brown - "Gated Communities" (6:06)
Review: You'll struggle to find a more pleasingly tongue-in-cheek house track than DJ Jenifa's "Dresscode", the opening cut from this 12" sampler for Mule Musiq's I'm Starting To Feel Okay Volume 7 compilation. Produced by Gold Panda, it peppers a woozy, Germanic deep house groove with scattergun drum machine hits, a lazy trumpet solo and cut-up samples of someone talking about going clubbing Chelmsford on a Saturday night. Elsewhere, Johannes Klingebiel delivers a dash of wonky jazz-house in the shape of the rather tasty "Cowbell Piano House", Fred P goes typically deep and spacey on the Motor City lusciousness that is "Days In Time", and Kim Brown goes even deeper with the dusty, analogue-sounding warmth of "Gated Communities".
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7 (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 216. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Deep House
Smiles (7:04)
Cosmic Waters (6:50)
Follow The Sound (5:28)
Traveling Zones (7:13)
Light Years (feat Minako) (10:59)
Simple Things (6:05)
Arigato (6:09)
Review: It's that time of year again. 12 months on from his last album-length outing as FP-Oner, Fred P once again dons the alias for 7, a third numerically titled set in as many years. As usual, the music is rarely less than immaculate, with the imaginative and talented producer showcasing most sides of his musical personality. Highlights come thick and fast, from the yearning, soft focus melodiousness of quietly jazzy deep house opener "Smiles" and shimmering Motor City techno futurism of "Travelling Zones", to the blissful house minimalism of "Simple Things" and acid-flecked late night hypnotism of closer "Arigato". Superior electronic club music composed by a master: what more do you need?
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5 (CD)
Cat: MMCD 48. Rel: 25 Jun 15
Deep House
In The Mist Of Sunrise
Manifestations Taking Place
The Art Of Regeneration
The Law Of Correspondence
The Relm Of Possibilty
The Otherness Dub
Platinum Soul
Visions Of You
Infinite Love
Cycles Of Life
Sleepless In Shibuya
Review: Here's something guaranteed to ensure a rush of excitement in deep house heads everywhere: a brand new album from much-loved U.S producer Fred P. It's the first under the previously unused F.P-Oner alias, and his first studio outing since 2013's Black Jazz Chronicles set, Codes & Metaphors. Unsurprisingly, the simply titled 5 is as inspired, sumptuous and melodious as you'd expect, with gentle dub house, jazz and - in the case of the wonderful "Infinite Love" - Detroit techno influences. While much of the album is slinky, sensual and ultra-deep (see the fabulous "Visions of You" and "Sleepless in Shibuku"), there are a couple of thrillingly percussive moments to get the pulse racing, including the African-influenced tribal workout "The Realm of Possibility".
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Day Break EP
Day Break EP (limited purple vinyl 12")
Cat: SNF 099. Rel: 23 Nov 23
Deep House
High Rise (5:36)
Only Subs (5:37)
Get It On (5:36)
Only Subs (Rhythms In The Place beats edit) (5:39)
Review: The high class Shall Not Fade welcomes equally sophisticated and accomplished deep house don Fred P for another of his superbly heady outings on lush purple vinyl. 'High Rise' finds Fry in fine form and layering up dynamic drums with majestic chords and swirling instrumentation that is grand in scale. 'Only Subs' has a little more thump to it with wispy vocals and chords swirling round over the hefty and hypnotic drums and 'Get It On' has a more slick feel with its warped leads and fragmented vocals. Last of all is a Rhythms In The Place beats edit of 'Only Subs' for more direct deployment.
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Dance Of Rythms
Dance Of Rythms (translucent purple vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 41. Rel: 17 Nov 23
Deep House
Dance Of Rythms (10:10)
The Beauty In The Sound (5:29)
Vibe Science (6:00)
Review: Fred P continues to be a prolific driving force in deep house, with his own Private Society label carrying a huge amount of his work these days. On this latest single he maintains one of his other close working relationships with Parisian institution Synchrophone, delivering three cuts of his refined, endlessly immersive music. 'Dance Of Rhythms' is a driving, sharply defined cut with a lot of action occurring in the lower register while the higher frequencies have acres of space to stretch out in, all the better to keep your head mellow while the hips sway. 'The Beauty In The Sound' is a more pattering affair and 'Vibe Science' favours a nagging drum pattern which nods towards jazz funk as much as techno. This is quintessential Fred P mastery, through and through.
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Private Society Vol 5
Private Society Vol 5 (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: PS 009. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Deep House
Bliss Filled Passages (10:24)
Uplifted Vibes (6:29)
Smooth & Real (6:22)
Review: No one does deep house deeper than Fred P, the New York don who manages to make some of the most immersive and humid yet always dynamic and spiritual sounds in the genre. Most of it comes on his own labels and Private Society is one of them. This new offering is another spin tingling journey into his insular and awe-inspiring world of swirling pads and bottomless drum depths, lightly sprinkled with percussion and always heavy on intersection. 'Uplifted Vibes' show this jazzier and more musical side while 'Smooth & Real' has a playful funky to it after the A-side explores his most signature styles.
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States Of Bliss Part 2
Cat: PS 0072. Rel: 30 Jan 23
Deep House
NY (2:33)
Awakening Desire (7:06)
High Fusion (extended mix) (8:05)
Review: Berlin-based but American-born producer Fred P is as deep as they come. Private Society has been his latest label concern for a while now and this State of Bliss series kicked off in November last year in fine fashion. Part 2 is another of his smooth signature blends of jazz, ambient and house. 'NY' has shimmering chords and a percussive clatter that eventually clears to reveal a skittish broken beat that is live and lush. 'Awakening Desire' then cuts loose on expansive ambient pads, with worlds vocals smeared across a wide open night sky in suggestive jazz drumming drifts way down low. It's an experimental piece before the funky jazz dancer 'High Fusion' gets you on your toes with a killer bass guitar line.
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Forward Motion Equals Progression EP
Forward Motion Equals Progression EP (translucent green vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 3712. Rel: 23 Dec 22
Deep House
Foward (12:26)
Motion (5:43)
Equals Progression (6:22)
Review: Fred P has just served up the album of his career but that doesn't stop the scene's deepest operator from also coming up with this superb new EP on Cyber. It comes on a nice translucent green 12" and kicks off with 'Forward.' This one rolls on cuddly drums and has rickety percussive lines all overloaded with Fred's signature spiritual synths. 'Motion' is a little more driving but no less cavernous and inviting with its balmy and heady pads and then comes the life-affirming 'Equals Progression', a groove that sways to and fro with silvery drums and yet more astral melodies.
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States Of Bliss Part 1
Cat: PS 007. Rel: 23 Nov 22
Deep House
In The Flow (5:35)
Art Life (Tribal dub) (5:53)
Elevated States (5:20)
Live Your Way (5:28)
River (3:24)
Review: American don Fred P goes deeper than anyone when he turns on his machines. It has been that way for a decade plus now, and always with that special sense of melody that lingers in your memory long after his records have stopped spinning. His Private Society series has been chugging along nicely this last year or so - not least with the superb Abstract Soul album back in May. Now he's back in 12" form with another useful EP. 'In The Flow' pairs train-track grooves with sun-facing and freeform synth work to open up your soul. 'Art Life Tribal Dub' is everything the title suggests, and 'Elevated States' carries on that trend of nominative determinism. A funky broken beat defines 'Live Your Way' and 'River' is a glorious bit of new age ambient to close out a versatile EP
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Out All Night EP
Cat: SNF 087. Rel: 10 Nov 22
Deep House
Deeper Meaning (5:15)
Out All Night (4AM version) (5:41)
Keep Flying (5:56)
Review: The next release on Shall Not Fade comes from none other than deep house legend, Fred P. Also renowned for his musical offerings as Black Jazz Consortium, the New York-bred, Berlin-based producer is accredited with over 100 releases, all instantly recognisable given their warmth, depth and modesty. The new 'Out All Night' EP tops up the roster, and is replete with shaky synth tremblings, underwater movements, and broken clap-drum assortments.
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Private Society Vol 4
Private Society Vol 4 (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: PS 006. Rel: 26 Jul 22
Deep House
Wonderful & New (7:37)
Loft Jazz (5:12)
Grateful For Life (13:33)
Review: You can always count on Berlin by-way-of New York City's Fred P (Soul People Music) for music of the most deep and emotive nature, and you can bet that's on display for the fourth edition of his Private Society series. There's truly spiritual feelings abound on the mesmerising 'Wonderful & New', followed by the evocative mood music of 'Loft Jazz' on the first side. Over on the flip, feel positive and sunny vibes on the high hi-tech soul journey 'Grateful For Life'. Tip!
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Abstract Soul
Cat: PS 005. Rel: 19 May 22
Deep House
Galactic Intro (1:59)
Motivated Inspiration (10:01)
If You Work It
Sustainable Love
Beauty & Peace
The Source Of Happiness
Good Vibrations (Fred P Reshape)
Psychedelic (outro)
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Private Society Vol 3
Private Society Vol 3 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PRIVATESOCIETY 03. Rel: 31 Jan 22
Deep House
Music Is For The People (Fred P Reshape) (7:45)
Music Is For The People (reprise) (2:37)
Good Vibration (6:15)
Profound Science (4:18)
Review: Master of the (ultra) deep house cut Fred P launched the Private Society imprint - a limited-edition, hand-stamped, blink-and-you-miss-it affair - in Spring 2021. The label's first two releases sold out, and we expect the same to happen with this third instalment. There's much to admire, as you'd expect, with 'Music for the People' - a driving but undulating chunk of peak-time deep house goodness rich in echoing additional percussion hits, mazy jazz-funk synth solos, warming bass guitar and dreamy chords - leading the way. Other highlights include 'Good Vibration', a more intergalactic but no less energetic affair, and the soul-soaked broken house wonder that is closing cut 'Profound Science'. A master at work, doing what he does best.
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Private Society Vol 1
Private Society Vol 1 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PRIVATESOCIETY 01. Rel: 29 Mar 21
Deep House
Journey On (6:44)
More To Be Done (5:02)
Looking At The Sky (11:28)
Review: This the first in a series of limited Private Society vinyl releases, with special and exclusive songs by American artist Fred Peterkin. The spiritual life music of 'Journey On' is in the vein of his other known Black Jazz Consortium alias, followed by the deep and soulful broken beat of 'More To Be Done'. On the flip, it's all about the 12 minute long, glassy-eyed and bittersweet epic 'Looking At The Sky', awash in syncopated tribal rhythms, gorgeous female vocals and a rich tapestry of ethereal pads. On Private Society Vol 1, the New York turned Berlin resident continues to push further into his own sound, craft and mind.
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Reaching For The Stars
Cat: NERO 046. Rel: 23 Jul 19
Deep House
Reaching For The Stars (8:44)
Moonlight (3:44)
Riverside Drive (4:33)
New Ways (4:48)
Review: Hot on the heels of the "Lush Culture" EP with Deetron that landed on Perpetual earlier this summer, more lush licks come from Mr Fred P aka Black Jazz Consortium. Four soul hurricanes that range in weight and emotion, the two poles here can be found slap-bang in the middle of the EP: "Moonlight" is a sultry brushed-drum break for lovers while "Riverside Drive" jacks like a rhino but soothes you with big breeze feels. Elsewhere "Reaching For The Stars" cruises on a skippy break with airy early 90s New York pads and "New Ways" closes on a stunning 88 tip. Have nice dreams y'all.
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Rawax Aira Series Vol 3
Cat: AIRA 003. Rel: 23 Nov 15
Deep House
Dream World (7:08)
Slow Euphoria (7:06)
Spinning High (8:43)
Acid 20/20 (6:36)
Review: Rawax's Aira Series, in which esteemed producers are asked to create a spate of new tracks specifically using Roland's Aira-branded hardware, has previously delivered impressive outings from Ricardo Villalobos and Ron Trent. Here, it's the turn of Fred P to showcase the "new, but sounds old" possibilities of Roland's production kit. Three of the four tracks are heavily influenced by the twisted, intoxicating world of acid house, with "Dream World" - arguably the pick - also containing some deliciously starry and far-sighted synthesizer motifs. The slow-acid wonkiness of "Slow Euphoria" is potent, too - think Timothy J Fairplay goes to Detroit - while "Common Ground" is a deep, melodious, dub-influenced, intergalactic delight.
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When The Mantras Return
Cat: PS 008. Rel: 03 May 23
Deep House
Ancient Sky (intro) (3:33)
Be Your Self (4:31)
Conscious Feedback (part 1 & 2) (5:02)
Hope To The World (Prelude) (2:36)
Rawness (4:49)
Innerspace (5:25)
Review: Some Trans-Atlantic collaborative action here, as New York deep house and techno don Fred P joins forces with London-based French producer Smbd (formerly known as Simbad) for the very first time. Given both producers' undoubted abilities and musical approaches, you'll be unsurprised to discover that 'When The Mantras Return' blends deep, jazzy and intergalactic sounds with beats that variously reference jacking house, broken beat and intergalactic techno. Highlights include the jazzy, deep space house of 'Be Your Self', the acid-fired heaviness of 'Conscious Feedback (Part 1 & 2)', the dubby, spaced-out house excellence of 'Rawness', and the ambient techno meets broken beat wonder that is 'Innerspace'.
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Yellow Jackets Vol 4
Yellow Jackets Vol 4 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: YJ 004. Rel: 07 Oct 22
Deep House
Fred P - "Inspired By Dopeness" (6:16)
Specter & Jose Rico - "You Don't Believe" (6:23)
Review: House legend Fred P is on a roll, with this being the second of his latest releases to fly through our floodgates this week alone. This time, however, he leases his wax space out to two fresh-faced mates: Specter and Jose Rico, who occupy the B-side and nearly snatch his crown with the wonky dub-house stepper 'You Don't Believe'. P's own track 'Inspired By Dopeness' is a climactic and tense house opus, blending funky and international influences into its mix; but it's really the night-and-day contrast between the two tracks here that make this release here on Yellow Jackets shine.
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