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Freerange Records Presents Colour Series: Black 10

Various Artists

Freerange
FRCD31D | 2013-04-12  
The Freerange Colour Compilation series reaches it’s final conclusion this year, and having reached the ripe old age of ten it’s time to go Black. The label compilation which has also spawned many of Freerange’s bigger singles continues as it first began presenting the highlights of the years releases alongside four well-chosen exclusive tracks from established producers and newcomers alike. Having now run out of primary colours from the pantone book, now seems a suitable point to draw the series to a close as we go out with a bang on Black 10.The Freerange Colour Compilation series reaches it’s final conclusion this year, and having reached the ripe old age of ten it’s time to go Black. The label compilation which has also spawned many of Freerange’s bigger singles continues as it first began presenting the highlights of the years releases alongside four well-chosen exclusive tracks from established producers and newcomers alike. Having now run out of primary colours from the pantone book, now seems a suitable point to draw the series to a close as we go out with a bang on Black 10. Nebraska sets the tone with his raw, funked up remix of Salvatore Freda’s Luv Can’t Hurt, all disco claps, hissing hats and dubbed out vocal. Keeping on the deep disco vibe we have Willie Graff & Tuccillo next, creating the perfect mood with one of the years best loved Freerange tracks; - Set Me Free. Things head deeper still with the next track from Nils Penner on his homage to the city of Munich. A firm favourite with the likes of Ame and Bicep, this one shows off the more experimental side to the Freerange bow. Jimpster steps up next with Can’t Stop Loving, a solid slice of bumping warehouse biz which went on to become a real slow burner, creeping up on everyone and continuing to appear on numerous Boiler Room sets as well as making RA’s single chart. Next up we have classic deep house from Eric Ericksson in Love Cannot followed by young Dutch superstars in the making Detroit Swindle. Sebo K steps up next with his gritty old school remix of Sam Matters’ Matter And Motion and then it’s time to check the first of the four brand new exclusive cuts commissioned for the LP from Bellavoid. Moments is a high-energy slice of house euphoria laden with spine-tingling chords and reach-for-the-rafters strings underpinned with crisp, stripped back beats. We’re thinking Milton Jackson meets Orbital at Raindance, 1991. Next up we have a killer production from one the most exciting new Japanese house producers we’ve come across. Sai wowed Jimpster with his 2011 STHLM and recent Ornate releases so when his demo arrived we were all over it. A La Carte is one of those stand out tracks which oozes class and personifies emotional machine-funk with it’s simple Detroit chords, nagging bass and raw drums. When the new bass drops in the break things go up a gear and at the risk of sounding like a right hippy, you really can feel the whole dancefloor come together and share a proper moment. Definitely a special track when dropped at the right time. Next up, another exclusive and more fresh young talent. This time from Hamburg and going by the name of Suburb. With just one previous release on Hafendisko the young duo have penned their own sound with clear old school house references but crunched up and sample-heavy for the modern dancefloor. Aspiration keeps the groove shuffling whilst lush rhodes pads loop and a distant tripped out vocal keep the vibe raw and underground.

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