Supported by: tINI, Rhadoo, Faster, Barem, Guti, Ilario Alicante, Yaya, Marko Nastic, Fabrizio Maurizi, Leon, Nima Gorji, Stacey Pullen, Franco Cinelli, Chris Tietjen, Jonas Kopp, Chaim, Mihai Popoviciu, Andrew Grant, Dani Casarano, Chris Carrier, Brothers Vibe, Egal 3 / Vid, Re-UP, Djebali, Jorge Savoretti, Jay Bliss, Arapu, Molly, G.Verrina, Oshana, MP, Federico Molinari and many more…
<b>01. Indeëd - It's Time
02. Indeëd - Downtown
03. Indeëd - It's Time (Lee Daines & Adam Coley remix)
04. Indeëd - Downtown (Marcman BASSed remix)</b>
It's curtain-raiser time for <b>Template Records</b>. After long weeks of preparation, we're proud to present the first reference of our catalogue.
We choosed the duo <b>Indeëd</b> to lay the foundation stone to what we hope will be a loadbearing wall of underground electronic music. These two youngsters produce a lunar deep house, hypnotic and timeless using their sequencers without screen and their synthesizers with real turning buttons. After a first release on a compilation from the label <b>Woo.ble Recordings</b> the time has come for these two producers from Bordeaux to get their first EP.
On the remixes side, the names change but the fundamentals stay the same.
<b>Lee Daines & Adam Coley</b>, the two english founders of the <b>Woo.ble Recordings</b> label sign an efficient remix of '<b>It's Time</b>' with a much more new school sound.
A second remix, this time of <b>Downtown</b> by <b>Marcman</b>, romanian artist signed by <b>Bass Culture, Tzinah</b> and <b>SoundCrossing</b>, closes this first EP.
'<b>Downtown</b>' and '<b>It's Time</b>' are two dense tracks of timeless music, cyclical but never redundant.
We hope you'll take as much pleasure listening to this record as we had preparing it.