Summer's here and so is this explosive EP from Ruby Hill's & Diamond Mountain records, bliss on wax.
Limited to 300 copies and pressed on heavy 180g vinyl the EP comes in a hand stamped manilla brown sleeve with stickers and separate artwork.
NightMoves teams up with Sarah Lazenby for a sun drenched boogie house crossover full of synth, piano, percussion and bassline, painting a picture with it's beautiful vocals and melt away soundtrack, with an instrumental version thrown in for good measure, 'Love Supreme' will take you back to where you want to be...
On the flip side there is no slouching as Paul Withey makes a monster in 'Move Your Body', heavy vibes throughout on this dance floor destroyer, and with E. Live making his label debut all the way from Cali' with the stunning 'Feeling Nervous' let Eli take you on a journey, you are in good hands.
Don't sleep on this one.
a1. NightMoves & Sarah Lazenby - Love Supreme
a2. NightMoves - Love Supreme Instrumental
b1. Paul Withey - Move your Body
b2. E.Live - Feeling Nervous
Kicking off the Ruby Hill's label with it's first release is Birmingham's, NightMoves.
The Concrete EP is a four tracker, with 'Dark Room' sleazily bass slapping it's way across the dance floor to you, building and oiling you up before flourishing into the synth laden house stomper that will work you into a tizzy, while 'Once Upon a Time in Guilin' zones in on a trippy far east setting, drawing you in before an acid takeover.
Flip it over and find a more downtempo NightMoves with 'Varnish', a heavily layered track with synth, bass and percussion brimming over, building from bell's, synths, kicks and hi-hats up to a house groove while 'Cloud Walking' squelches it's way through trippy echoing synths and invites you to enjoy its deep distorted journey through the skies K-clouds.
Limited to 300 copies, housed in a hand stamped manilla brown sleeve with separate artwork and stickers.
a1. Dark Room
a2. Once Upon a Time in Guilin
b2. Cloud Walking