Si Tew is back… Cut & Run!

An incredible addition to our “Years Of The Abstract” series.

More luscious textures from our son of sound “Si Tew”. His very personal and characteristic sound raised many eyebrows over the last few years and his attention to detail shows his dedication to his life of music. Cut & Run is a personal and difficult journey into sound and this audio construction is in turn a shoulder to lean on; Quality and deep music from a very dedicated soul.

Atjazz & Jullian Gomes – Here to Stay (Feat. Zano)

Here to Stay is taken from the album ‘The Gift The Curse’

Martin Atjazz & Jullian Gomes have put together what is an incredible electronic dance album accompanied by some of the industries most sought after vocalists. An album born out of their love of music, this block of well-crafted work oozes honesty and forward thinking. Not being bogged down with industry demands. They have made an album that Martin describes as ‘us on a plate’. The styling behind this sonic masterpiece begins with an instrumental song entitled ‘Poor Man’, a song reflecting the hardships of surviving on making emotional and deep dance music. Then we’re straight into the vocal realm with ‘Philosophy’, this soulful slider with vocals performed by Osunlade outlines the difficulties in relationships within the music industry and further afield when people maybe not be sharing the same ‘Philosophy’. From soulful vocal drenched songs such as ‘Turn Back To You’ featuring house hero Robert Owens play through, we start to really get a grounded feel to what this album is about, ‘Two guys making music for the right reasons’. Dark and edgy songs like ‘White Rose’ & ‘Overshadowed’ seem to complete this technically polished album and whatever you like about house music, you’ll find something here for your taste. An incredible electronic body of work which tells an emotional story, of both Atjazz & Jullian Gomes’ lengthy journey through this musical jungle.

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Atjazz – More Than A Remix – R2 Records

Having garnered a hardcore underground following since beginning his musical journey in the mid nineties, it is only in the last few years Martin ‘Atjazz’ Iveson has finally impacted on the wider soulful dance community. What many of his new fans don’t know is that Atjazz has been responsible for some of the most original and exciting productions of the last 15 years.

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