Justice - Perfect Chaos / Beyond Silence (Blame’s Pipe Mix) [12" Purple Vinyl]

VFS029

Regular price £11.99 (£14.39 Inc VAT)

Release Date: 17th December 2021

“We were all about those atmospherics” Justice explains, recalling his early years working alongside Blame. “I had already worked with White House Records alongside Andrew Mercy. Mo’s Music, who ran White House, distributed our first EP ‘Concrete Jungle’ and off the success of that EP they wanted us to record something for their label, so we did the ‘Mixed Concrete’ EP for them. That was in 1992 and only the fifth release on the label. I then went back to them in 1994 with the ‘Soothe My Soul’ remixes. 1993 though was a very quiet period for myself and Blame working together. We dropped off a bit as the scene went dark. We both stopped listening to what was coming out and we started dabbling in other styles, including progressive house. We could try out new ideas, experiment and be young and adventurous with what we made. It wasn’t till Bukem came out with ‘Music’ that the both of us fell back in love with the scene again… We would go down to Reading, to Vinyl Distribution, during 1994, and hear all this new music by the likes of Roni, Krust and Bukem. It was inspiring. I think the first time I went down there was with a friend of mine called KC. He ran the jungle label Deep & Dark Recordings and was local to me. He was distributed by Vinyl, so when I went down there I was introduced to Phil and he already knew who I was as he had heard of Justice. He was like ‘You are Justice? You need to do some stuff with us’ and that was how my Modern Urban Jazz label came about. It was a P&D deal, pressing and distribution, which meant I could release what I wanted, when I wanted. It worked well.”

a1. Justice - Perfect Chaos

b1. Justice - Beyond Silence (Blame’s Pipe Mix)