SKU
CPT 294-1

Compost Black Label #34 (incl. Remix by: Manuel Tur & DPlay)

remixed by: Manuel Tur & DPlay
12"

Black Label #34 sees the return of new Compost signing Jay Shepheard for his 3rd Artist EP release. Once again we have 4 tracks lying somewhere between house, disco and techno - all featuring Jays unique trademark sound that earned him a nomination as Best Deep House artist of 2007 in the Beatport awards.
 

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    ._01 Classic Reality

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    ._02 The Pepper Jam

    00:00
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    ._03 Pipes N Sneakers (Manuel Tur & Dplay remix)

    00:00
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    ._04 Arrowhead County

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    01 Classic Reality

    06:05
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    02 The Pepper Jam

    07:12
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    03 Pipes N Sneakers (Manuel Tur & Dplay remix)

    06:47
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    04 Arrowhead County

    06:08
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Black Label #34 sees the return of new Compost signing Jay Shepheard for his 3rd Artist EP release. Once again we have 4 tracks lying somewhere between house, disco and techno - all featuring Jays unique trademark sound that earned him a nomination as Best Deep House artist of 2007 in the Beatport awards.
 
Kicking off the EP on the A1 is "Classic Reality", a real characteristic groover, simple but deadly on the dancefloor with its Moog bass, italo tinged syncopated synth riff and infectious key changes all tied together with sharp, snappy percussion.
 
The A2 sees a step up in tempo with "The Pepper Jam". Built around a low filtered bass hook this one harks back to the early days of house while maintaining a live jam feel throughout the arrangement with its melodic Rhodes, deep pads, spacey leads and retro beats.
 
Moving to the flip side, fellow Compost deep housers Manuel Tur & Dplay deliver a stunning remix of Jays 2007 hit Pipes N Sneakers, adding their own distinctive flavour and a new key change element to that killer original hook.
 
To finish up Jay delivers deeper minimal excursion with "Arrowhead County". This low slung slow builder layers up from a simple repeating groove with underlying pads and mutates into a subtley euphoric dance floor number ideal for late night / early morning action....