Respect to Justin, Clive, and Matt. Justin has just completed a remix for our forthcoming release and this track is on this list on merit and is a homage to Peace Division. This track is an Afterhour face melter and is timeless. Matt (Radio Slave) nails this remix.
Andreas Georgiades ‘Rude Bishop’ [Glue Music]
A sunrise track with a lot of depth and natural change that fuses into a single track. Very special and it’s Andreas’ crazy but very clever production.
LoSoul ’Sparkling Please’ [Tardis Records]
So deep and so good. An after hour must play for us. Can evoke such a good feeling from booth to crowd. The constant glittering sparkle of the continuous synth is a masterstroke.
Mari Kvien Brunvoll ‘Everywhere You Go’ (Villalobos Celestial Voice Resurrection Mix) [Sei Es Drum]
Extremely chilled and groovy vibe. We love the vocals and the fact it makes you feel very good and raises smiles when played.
Richard Seeley ‘Votre Problème’ [Filigran]
Richard wrote this many years ago. He also did the vocals. He is not French. Written after a certain (French Producer) wrote in response to one of Richard’s very early productions in the comments just with – ‘Non’ Hahaha! After hour vibe with a story.
Mike Shannon, Dewalta ‘Double Booked’ [Haunt]
Dewalta and Mike Shannon. This track is another after hour winner. They are brilliant producers and this track always does a fantastic job. Enough said.
With solo releases to date on the likes of Radio Slave’s Rekids and Tim Sheridan’s Very Very Wrong Indeed, Richard Seeley and Andreas Geogiades’s experience within the electronic scene spans over 20 years, with Seeley also releasing material from Bruno Pronsato, Pheek and Public Lover via his Glue Music imprint. With two EPs already released under their new collaborative guise Self Self, recently formed in Seeley’s purpose-built studio, attentions are now turned to the launch of their self-titled imprint Self Self Records to deliver their four-track EP ‘Stones’ featuring a remix from Justin Drake, one half of iconic UK house duo Peace Division.Opening the package, title track ‘Stones’ sets the tone as slick drum licks go to work amongst warping synths and dubby pads, before ‘Click’ takes things deeper to lay the focus on hypnotic vocal samples and spiraling, hazy atmospherics. Next, ‘Bitten’ ups the tempo as shuffled drum grooves and eerie vocal interjections wander forth before Justin Drake’s interpretation of lead cut ‘Stones’ rounds out the EP in style, combining trippy synths, heady drums and a snaking bassline throughout.
Self Self ‘Stones’ EP is out on Self Self Records on 15th May 2019.