Finally Repressed !Fully produced by Kaffe Crème, this 12" is the result of his multiples influences going from Jazz to Hip-Hop by traditional indian music; each track being characterized by KC's perfect rhythmics' mastery.
Sentiments , Franck Gérard
Sentiments is back with his very close friend Frank Gérard. Light on earth with tribal rhythms and forest atmosphere, it's all about two break house pieces. delivered with a special label for your first listening...
Dungeon Meat / SE62
The Fuck Off Track / True Force
Future classic from the MLIU camp.
Folamour , Parviz
Alerte à Babylone EP
Folamour was responsible for one of the dreamiest, most colourful deep house records of recent times - the brilliant Shakkei EP on All City - so hopes are naturally high for this excursion on the producer's recently launched FHUO Records. He kicks off proceedings with the thrillingly addictive "Very First Touch", where dreamy pads and looped party samples cluster around a snappy, jazz-fuelled house groove, before ratcheting the energy levels up a notch or two via the rubbery slap bass, driving drum machine beats and warm Rhodes chords of "Alerte a Babylon". In between, you'll find Pravis' "L'Estaque", a stomping deep house floor-burner blessed with some seriously good, jammed-out electric piano solos.
Folamour comes here with a crossover 12", exploring the whole spectrum of human emotion through
his personal vision of a journey.
The vinyl record starts with Novalaise, sweet memory of the french country where the producer's
from. The track builds itself up around a slow progression of a catchy acoustic piano loop.
The listen goes on with La Pierre et Le Sabre, in which Folamour spreads his love for french 90's
House vibes, paying tribute to soul and gospel, two genres that mainly influence him.
B-side starts with Rue d'Amsterdam, an undeniably Hip-Hop influenced track on which Folamour
develops keyboards, bass and vocal samples around a rough beat, taking the listener away on an
inescapable urban dream.
The record ends with L'Île des Gauchers, bewitching song inspired by Folamour's literary ravings
(Alexandre Jardin in particular). The track progression can be compared as a book reading, rocked by
an ubiquitous bassline, attending its voices until the last furrow.