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Jay L - Show Me
Jay L
Show Me
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Brstl)
7,64 €* 8,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
BRSTL returns with two house cuts from Jay L, his second release for the label.Started in 2011 as a means to highlight house and techno being produced in Bristol, the label watched over by Shanti Celeste and Idle Hands’ Chris Farrell is now into double figures.‘Show Me’ on the A-side is a finely constructed piece of house music aimed at DJs and dancers. Anyone who saw Jay’s recent Boiler Room debut will know his musical style – steeped in classic US house, soul and boogie but with a tastefully bumpy UK edge.The B-side ‘Blue Age’ is a deeper cut living up to its title, all wistfull piano keys and a subdued bass line. This is Jay L and BRSTL doing what they do best, sending vibes from Bristol to the world.
October / Borai - Head 4 Phuture / Too High The Future
October / Borai
Head 4 Phuture / Too High The Future
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Brstl)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Brstl label reaches it’s tenth release with a return to where it started with a 12″ from October & Borai. The label was set up by Rhythmic Theory, Chris Farrell and Shanti Celeste in 2011 from the Idle Hands record shop as a means to showcase the finest house and techno being produced in their city, Bristol.October’s ‘Head 4 Phuture’ is a nod to the acid pioneers without resorting to revivalism. Instead a heady groove is teased out over several minutes, perfect DJ gear. October & Borai ‘Too High The Future’ is a heady stoned house groove, from Bristol’s highest producers – with some weighty sub to propel things along.
Rhythmic Theory - Eyes Wide Shut
Rhythmic Theory
Eyes Wide Shut
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Brstl)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Idle Hands affiliate BRSTL continues their exhibit of Bristol born House and Techno. Following the success of Samuel’s "Numberuma" and with previous releases from Shanti Celeste, October & Borai and Outboxx, the next instalment: "Eyes Wide Shut / Voyeuristic Distress" comes courtesy of good friend Rhythmic Theory. In keeping with the label’s ethos, BRSTL007 relies on the astute manipulation of it’s limited elements and is two cuts of tough and direct Techno.
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