Kaffe Creme EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Moonrise Hill Material)
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Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Kaffe Crème, 21 years old, is finally releasing his debut vinyl EP on his own imprint Moonrise Hill Material founded in February 2015.This year, he took part of multiple projects in addition to the production of this EP such as a Jazz House live creation with piano, flute and percussions and the composition of an electro-symphonic artwork.Due to his classic, contemporary and jazz percussions practice and his love for old school and electronic music, his EP retracesall of his influences and recounts the progress in his musical research this year.The vinyl starts with Kapo Choc (efficient track against floor chips) as a preamble to Kaffe Crème's story in hisapartment/studio/hideout from the "Poulaillerie", Lyon, reaching in his hip-hop and big-band influences.The listening continues with Chez Moune, tribute to the skinflint Parisian nightclub that refused to pay Kaffe Crème's first gig in Paris. With multiple influences: traditional indian music, hip-hop and jazz; we can hear Calvin. O Butts saying « we're not against rap, we're not against rapper, but we are against those thugs », the track denounces the non-professionalism of hisowners. B-side starts with Jessica Penrose, young and shameless Penrose family's descendant (All characters appearing inthis work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental), on a raw funk sample structurally built on a Penrosian equation.The vinyl ends with Mountain Flow, ode to the Moonrise Hill Material movement, pure Jazz-influenced Hip-Hop, expressing the daily nonchalance and nihilism of the label's protagonists.