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24 Jan 11
Review: Jerome Derradji's excellent Still Music sub-label, Stilove4music, continues to trickle its stunning back catalogue into the digital domain for the first time, and this week it's the turn of Mancunian deep haus don Trus'me. This was the 12" that first turned the world's gaze onto the Prime Numbers boss's brilliant knack for jazzy, sample based house (along with the now legendary Nards CD sampler). And it's "Nards" that opens this release, with the tense strings, funkafied bassline and sultry vocal snatches sounding as brilliant today as they did upon first release in 2007. Add to this the languid title track - predating the current vogue for slo-mo house by some 18 months - and rolling groove of "Good God", featuring a vocal sample of the legendary Teddy Pendergrass, and you have an absolutely essential release.
16 Dec 09
01 Jun 12
Review: As Trus'me steers himself further into techno territory after his emergence as a champion of funk-rooted house music, this latest set of remixes further highlights how the man has impeccable taste to match his production abilities. DVS1 creates a cavernous beast out of "In The Red", as a sumptuous metallic reverb provides the centrepiece for fluttering hats and flat kicks in a masterful exercise in techno restraint. Meanwhile Terrence Dixon proves his worth in the world of leftfield Detroitisms with a mesmerizing melodic hook and an insistent yet restrained bassline as he tackles "Shakea Body".
21 Feb 11
Played by: Justin Miller
Review: This is a bit of a treat for digital DJs. "Tony Gets What Tony Wants" first saw the light of day on vinyl back in 2007, and now makes it to download for the first time. Like all of Mancunian maestro Trusme's work, it's a breezy late night delight. The title track itself is a doozy, a kind of paranoid deep house/disco/funk-rock fusion that comes loaded with Trusme's usual soundscape production and, critically, serious dancefloor chops. "Feels Like" cleverly mashes up illicit hip-hop bump and a killer synth bassline, while bonus short "At The Disco" is a crate-digger's dream - 150 seconds of rubbery low end, crazy percussion and sweet vocal snippets. Essential.
15 Jun 09
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