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Steve Summers launches Confused House label

Steve Summers has launched his own label Confused House, with the first planned release a collaborative effort between himself and fellow L.I.E.S. affiliate Bookworms.

Steve Summers is of course the main musical outlet for the man known affectionately here as Jason “more aliases than pairs of socks” Letkiewicz, and Confused House has remained a name closely affiliated with him since his emergence. Taken from an old Joe Lewis song, Confused House was the title adopted for the website housing the various names Summers has recorded under since late 2005, and it’s also an alias he’s occasionally adopted, contributing the track “Concrete Dub” to last year’s excellent Vibe 2 compilation from Future Times.

Acoording to a recent interview with the Roof FM site, the new Confused House label was apparently inspired after Summers collaborated with Aurora Halal, Bookworms and Damien ‘Magic Touch’ Palermo on the Unknown Artist release for the L.I.E.S. White Label Series, with the planned releases the results of collaborative live jams with a rotating cast of contributors. Summers and Bookworms helm the debut three track Confused House 12″ which is tentatively pencilled in for release in February, while fellow L.I.E.S. artist Terekke is among those involved in future releases.

A ten minute Bookworms and Steve Summers track that sounds like a narcoleptic Steve Moore jam is available to stream below. It’s not included on the forthcoming debut Confused House 12″ but should set the tone for what the label is hoping to achieve.