Release Date: 19th July 2019
The debut EP on Council Work from label owners Frankel & Harper. The Trimmers EP contains 2 originals, the first in the form of "LHR.AMS", a heavyweight slice of UKG with strong influences taken from the European house scene and also their drum n bass background. "Trimmers" is a raw dub and jungle infused cut with a sub layer guaranteed to shake speakers stacks. INSTINCT joins for a remix and switches things up by adding a catchy vocal which definitely passes the old grey whistle test.
a1. Frankel & Harper - LHR.AMS
b1. Frankel & Harper - Trimmers
b2. Frankel & Harper - Trimmers (INSTINCT remix)
Release Date: TBA 2020
With 3 releases under their belt Council Work return with the 4th installment on the label, the 'Crouching Tiger EP'. Sticking with the formula of the last EP, there are 2 originals from the label owners themselves Frankel & Harper, coming in the form of stripped back UKG number 'Crouching Tiger' as the A1, and then bringing heavyweight moodiness on the A2 with 'Conquering Lion'. First up on remix duties on the B1 is Italian producer, DJ and Music On regular LEON with a dubby, rolling take on the title track. Hotly tipped UKG producer ZeroFG steps up to remix the B2 and brings some serious dub reggae vibes mixed with some rude garage flavours to round off the EP and give a great contrast to the original.
a1. Frankel & Harper - Crouching Tiger
a2. Frankel & Harper - Conquering Lion
b1. Frankel & Harper - Crouching Tiger (LEON remix)
b2. Frankel & Harper - Conquering Lion (ZeroFG remix)
Release Date: TBA 2020
Council Work returns with the next installment of their journey, this time with the Militant EP. Two original tracks from the label bosses Frankel & Harper, and keeping in theme with the previous releases, obtaining remixes from their favourite artists in the scene, they've enlisted 2 big remixers, this time from Salty Nuts boss and Cocoon regular Fabe, and Orbital London head honcho and rising UK star Jack Michael. The EP sticks to the signature Council Work sound, showcasing underground UK flavours with lots of garage and jungle influences, whilst showcasing more minimal and breaks textures and vibes.
a1. Frankel & Harper - Militant
a2. Frankel & Harper - Militant (Fabe remix)
b1. Frankel & Harper - Use The Herb
b2. Frankel & Harper - Use The Herb (Jack Michael remix)