Tom Ellis :: End Of An Error Ep :: Rene Breitbarth Remix


Not out until later this month but a rather nice jazzy deep house remix to listen in the meantime.

Tom Ellis does jazzy house. De Normalled is deep house but a bit too cocktail bar for my tastes. The remix by Rene Breitbarth is that track I have for you. This is still terribly smooth but a more dance floor orientated in its approach to deep house grooves.

Blurb: Complex rhythms, multilayered groove, tons of harmonies, and above all, jazz, it is what Flumo 041 brings to your ears. A reference which proves a greater breadth of vision of a label supporting quality underground, while attracting the most talented artists. This time, Flumo has recruited for its catalogue British Tom Ellis, a soldier of House field with a pristine ten-year career thanks to a distinctive sound, based on the application of numberless jazz codes to club music. Ellis has already collaborated with Flumo label in 2008, and now comes back with four tracks –plus a remix by Treibstoff co-founder, Rene Breitbarth- which conform a multi- sided kaleidoscope within club music entitled “End Of An Error”.

In all his tracks, Ellis shows the sound which has made him one of the most peculiar masters of House scene worldwide. From the deepest landscape of “De Normalled” – remixed by Breitbarth- to the velveteen acid jazz of “Late Start”, we also find the deep house treatise of “He Wondered Why”. Closing the issue, there is “First Things First”, a synth-funk bomb which mutates with every beat. Summing up, a new milestone in Flumo’s catalogue, and a step forward in Ellis career, the underground heroe all label needs.

Released by: Flumo Recordings
Release/catalogue number: FLR041
Release date: Mar 27, 2013

~ by acidted on March 2, 2013.

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