Prime Numbers 07 - Compilation - V/A


Release date - Sep 19th 2014
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Prime Numbers & Trus’me once again compile some of their best vinyl releases from the last 12 months onto one essential 12 track CD.

Featured are a selection of recent Trus’me remixes from the likes of Mosca, Skudge & Alan Fitzpatrick alongside some handpicked tracks from Prime Numbers highly regarded EP series.

Two tracks from the diverse artist Adesse start us off. ‘Metachemistry’ is a fabulous blend of esoteric chugging jazz augmented by reedy vibes. Whilst ‘Baayi’ is a superbly deep & warm house production with metronomic wood blocks, organic keys, swinging drums & sublime vocal samples.

R&S records’ Truss is featured with his fantastic slice of raw classic techno in ‘Redbrook’ which is joined by Fred P’s remix taking the track into a whirlpool of beautifully crafted jazz’d tech house in true Black Jazz Consortium style.

Massimo Di Lena steps up with ‘You Better Hear’, an off kilter mélange of cut up acidic bass moves & dissonant drums under hypnotic vocals. XDB brings a remix of this with a linear & subtle techno construction of bleeps & distant keys.

Adesse adds to the selection again with his insistent ‘Untitled Love’, a homage to early 90’s garage productions with whip hard snares & swirling vocal hook.

Added to these are five selected remixes of Trus’me tracks from his album ‘Treat Me Right’. Mosca takes the now classic ‘Somebody’ into a deep & bass heavy corner as only he can. Truncate makes ‘It's Slow’ sound like a lost Dance Mania release. Alan Fitzpatrick beefs up ‘I Want You’ with all the right anthemic ingredients creating a bonafide top of the night future classic. ‘Moonlight Kiss’ is treated to the Skudge touch who turn out a warm house’d up rollout in their inimitable fashion. Finally French master Marcelus hightens the tension of ‘Hindsight’ stripping back the original to its bare essentials.

This collection perfectly represents the diversity and direction of the Prime Numbers label and includes the pick of their vinyl releases over the past year.


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