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Silent Stars
Migrations - (4:57) 120 BPM
Yansa - (5:47) 125 BPM
Crave (feat Florence Rawlings) - (4:44) 123 BPM
Sylvanshine - (5:02) 95 BPM
Jimpster & Khalil Anthony - "Where You Are" - (6:09) 123 BPM
The Sun Comes Up (feat Jinadu) - (5:48) 105 BPM
Tau Tona - (5:32) 92 BPM
Everytime (feat Florence Rawlings) - (4:35) 124 BPM
Power Of The Doof - (6:05) 122 BPM
Under Wraps - (5:27) 85 BPM
Silent Stars - (6:33) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Spend The Night - (4:59) 105 BPM
Forever Voyetra - (4:11) 153 BPM
Review: Having spent much of 2016 focusing on the 20th anniversary of his impressive Freerange label, Jamie "Jimpster" Odell returns with his long-awaited sixth full-length, his first album since 2013's much admired Porchlight & Rocking Chairs. As you might expect, Silent Stars is a musically expansive affair, with the producer's usual floor-friendly deep house workouts being accompanied by tracks that pay homage to starry jazz-funk (brilliant opener "Migrations"), synthesizer-heavy new age ambient (the wonderful "Sylvanshine"), loose and languid Balearica (Jinadau collaboration "The Sun Comes Up"), Floating Points Ensemble style jazz ("Tau Tona"), modern soul ("Everytime") and even a touch of Osunlade style tribal bounce ("Silent Stars"). In other words, it's superb.
12 May 17
Deep House
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The Sun Comes Up
Jimpster/Jinadu - "The Sun Comes Up" (Peggy Gou 6am mix) - (6:39) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Silent Stars - (6:33) 125 BPM
Jimpster & Khalil Anthony - "Where You Are" (Urulu remix) - (6:39) 126 BPM
Jimpster/Jinadu - "The Sun Comes Up" - (5:48) 105 BPM
Review: With its flowering piano motifs, hazy chord progressions, African-influenced percussion, soulful Jinadu vocals and blissful, midtempo deep house vibe, "The Sun Comes Up" is not only one of Jimpster's most evocative releases in years, but also the undoubted highlight of the Freerange co-founder's recent album, Silent Stars. This deserved single release not only contains the peerless original version, but also a pleasingly wide-eyed, early house-meets-modern-deep house "6AM Mix" by Peggy Gou. Elsewhere, there's another airing for the warm and woozy, similarly Afro-influenced "Silent Stars" and a fluid, broken house revision of "Where You Are" by Steve Urulu. Essential stuff, all told.

FRD 226
07 Jul 17
Deep House
from $1.49


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