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Jackmaster K- Feelings EP ( MUSIC IS LOVE RECORDS 006)(vinyl- 25/11/13)

JACKMASTER K on November 14, 2013 14:52

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    MIL006 - Jackmaster K"Feelings" ep w/ remixes from New Jack City & Liam Geddes Music - is set for release on the 25/11/13. PRESALE LINK BELOW......


    SOUNDCLOUD: MIL006 : Jackmaster K "Feelings" ep remixes from New Jack City & Liam Geddes OUT ON VINYL NOW! by Music Is Love Records ... Link includes New Jack city and Liam Geddes remixes

    YOUTUBE: review: After serving up a vigorous taste of his garage-house approach on the highly successful Music Is Love VA earlier in the year, Jackmaster K is the latest artist from the MIL roster to continue the imprints in-house premise. With each EP the label release, they give us something different amid the infectious house they're building a reputation for. On MIL006 the Birmingham-based producer adds to the labels progressing status, with an EP that comes complete with two heavy-weight remixes from Liam Geddes and New Jack City.

    I Need Your Love kicks things off, a welcome reminder of Jackmaster K's affiliation toward classic sounding house. An effectively crafted vocal female sample is cut-up and diced out over a bumping bassline for the opening track, as a flourish of piano key stabs, flickering keyboard trappings, intermittent horns and tribal drum patterns are splashed over the introduction of a male vocal snippet to carry everything along nicely.

    Jackmaster K's penchant for introducing and weaving numerous elements of US house/garage into a track is testament to his varied style; something personified in Feelings. Swinging snares and old skool chorded pads are merged against a bouncing bassline that flows gloriously along over splashy hi-hats and punchy piano stabs. The utilisation of different female vocal hooks gives the track a 90s sounding aura - thematic of Jackmaster K's work - building into punctuating sax arrangements that filter soulfully through the track.


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