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Jamie Trench

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Cat: RFBR 016. Rel: 22 Jun 17
  1. L'Atelier - "Helene Francoise" (7:12)
  2. Jamie Trench - "Take Off Your Skirt" (4:51)
  3. Oli Furness - "Always Go Back Again" (5:21)
  4. Ghetto Chords - "Along The Way" (7:14)
 in stock $8.72
The Foundation (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RSH 009. Rel: 07 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Foundation (7:15)
  2. Blow The Back Out (6:06)
  3. Turn You Around (6:58)
  4. Turn You Around (Phil Weeks remix) (6:48)
Played by: Jamie Trench
 in stock $9.78
Cat: RFBR 022. Rel: 29 Aug 18
Deep House
  1. That Teebs (5:29)
  2. That Teebs (Soft Balls Shit Sushi mix) (5:29)
  3. As You Enter The Room (7:17)
Review: Somewhat remarkably, this fine EP marks Roots For Bloom founder Jamie Trench's first solo outing on the label since he delivered its debut EP way back in 2012. Lead cut "That Teebs" is one of his most potent club cuts to date, a warehouse-friendly chunk of peak-time sleaze that peppers a swinging, garage-influenced acid house groove with booming sub-bass, raw electronic riffs and all manner of cut-up female vocal samples. It comes accompanied by a slightly deeper and more rolling interpretation (the similarly sub-heavy Soft Balls Shit Sushi Mix), as well as the jazzy and languid deep house shuffle of "As You Enter The Room", whose bassline is every bit as hard-hitting as its A-side predecessors.
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 in stock $9.25
Cat: SDR 003X. Rel: 12 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. What Was Missing (vocal) (7:00)
  2. What Was Missing (dub) (6:59)
  3. What Was Missing (Seb Zito remix) (8:30)
Review: Buoyed by a triumphant return to his own Roots For Bloom label, Jamie Trench joins forces with sometimes Marcel Vogel and Thatmanmonkz collaborator Khalil Anthony for a deep and bumping workout on Seven Dials. Anthony's soulful and melancholic vocals sound particularly good over Trench's bass-heavy UK garage influenced beats, seductive keys and dreamy chords. It's because of this that the opening Vocal Mix is our pick of the bunch, though Seb Vito also includes plenty of Anthony's contributions on his more driving, hypnotic and tech-tinged B-side interpretation. To complete the package, Trench offers up a more bumping, direct and stripped-back instrumental version.
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Played by: Jamie Trench, Seb Zito
 in stock $9.78
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