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Our Jewel / True Love's Sake

January Tuesday

Miso
MISO 018 | 2012-02-07  
Artist: January Tuesday
Title: "Our Jewel"
Written by Charles Webster, Benet Walsh, January Thompson
Published by - Charles Webster (PRS) / Benet Walsh (PRS) / January Thompson (BMI)
Cat number: miso 018
Lyrics written by January Thompson
Produced by Charles Webster
Sound mastering by Martin 'Atjazz' Iveson in the Atlab for www.atjazz.co.uk/
p and c - 2012 Miso Records Ltd

Artist: January Tuesday
Title: "True Love's Sake"
Written by Charles Webster, January Thompson
Published by - Charles Webster (PRS) / January Thompson (BMI)
Cat number: miso 018
Lyrics written by January Thompson
Produced by Charles Webster
Sound mastering by Martin 'Atjazz' Iveson in the Atlab for www.atjazz.co.uk/
p and c - 2012 Miso Records Ltd


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January Tuesday is a brand new project from Charles Webster and L.A
vocalist January Thompson, this is their 1st e.p.

The e.p kicks of with the deep, smooth rumblings of 'our jewel',
juxtaposing dark atmospherics, bleak beats and filtered guitars with
pure, sweetly resigned vocals, the result is truly hypnotic..in parts
quite reminiscent of Charles' now classic album 'born on the 24th of
July'. 'Our Jewel's' beauty and quality was immediately recognised by Warner Brothers who picked up the track for inclusion on there new hit t.v show 'the Secret Circle'

Next is 'true love's sake' with it's strangely, time signature
switching beats and raw sounds it is another deep, moody introspective
beauty of a song, prefect for these dark days.

After the original Charles Webster produced mixes we have a stellar
set of remixes, kicking of with a balearic beauty by Coyote (Is It
Balearic recordings), their 'Tropical Heat' mix, glides along,
blissfully building for over 6 minutes before they introduce the
vocals over their sneakily edited guitar patterns and dub bass, this
mix is set to be a beach/pool side classic.

Last but not least we bam up the tempo a little with Andre Lodemann's
mixes of 'true love's sake', Andre delivers his classic Berlin take on
deep, chunky house, using the vocal to full effect over swooping
chords and sequences and a killer octave bass line...pure class
!...and the whole thing is finished off with a lovely Lodemann
instrumental for the vocalphobes out there.
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