Tag: Freerange Records

  • Magazine Sixty interviews KaySoul

    Magazine Sixty interviews KaySoul

    Magazine Sixty Music Feature Freerange Records is about to launch its City to City series of EP’s that shine a light on cities around the world. They kick off with Johannesburg and feature six different artists from the South African, City of Gold. Our guest interviewer gets the chance to talk to rising star KaySoul,…

  • Manuel Tur – Love Me Well EP – Freerange Records

    Capturing the essence of uplifting this smooth combination of classic, filtered piano and breathy vocals works notably well, just as you would expect from Manuel Tur. Love Me Well sounds timeless in so far as the feelings it creates, although in other hands this formula could seem a little tired, however the producer gets it…

  • Lazarusman – Here We Are – Freerange Records

    Long been an admirer of this artists eloquently powerful use of language to convey his many meanings. Here We Are feels more than that though as Bruce Loko’s rich, classically enhanced elements fuse together to create an uplifting, wonderful piece of music that stands out in its own class. Chiming, shimmering keys wash across the…

  • Solid Gold Playaz – Mind In A Daze EP – Freerange Records

    The collision of light and shade on Mind Is In A Daze which opens the EP is all at once soulful yet brutal. Exploding in a tantalising array of colours this fierce combination of tough, rolling rhythms alongside heavenly keys welcomes the inclusion of breathy voices like it all means something. The intense percussion informing…

  • Jimpster – Soul Spectral EP – Freerange Records

    There’s something uniquely magical about the way Rhodes can translate human emotion into a celebration of the conflict between happiness and sadness. The opening bars of Soul Spectral testify to that very point as depths are reached by the pressing of keys. Followed by the shuffle of Laroye’s soulful percussion and the punctuation of organ…

  • Simon Hinter – Tired Up – Freerange Records

    Members of the nervous deposition should tune immediately into Simon Hinter’s exhilarating release of life-assuring energy. Who doesn’t love the touch of classic camp as delivered on the title tracks fiercely demanding vocal which simmers across a defining punch of House, Jazz and funk in three equal measures. The taste continues with the gorgeously introspective…

  • Butch & C.Vogt – Vogue – Freerange Records

    This very much feels like a lot of classic Acid moments all rolled into one. You can hear it in the Chicago/ Detroit inspired bassline as much as you can in the keys adding soul and melody to the equation. Those jazzy American influences shine through too and all the while Vogue is simply a…

  • M. Vaughan – Portland Headlights – Freerange Records

    A sense of mystery unfolds while the opening keys infect the airwaves with a sense of curious trepidation via the life-fuelling Nostrand Ave ft DJ Heure. Then the bassline hits. Feeling resolute and perfect. A brilliant production in anyone’s book this engages you in ways lacking in some electronic/ dance music because it illuminates the…

  • Jimpster – Selected Remixes 2008-2017 – Freerange Records

    The third retrospective set of remixes by Freerange co-head Jamie Odell (aka Jimpster) further completes the outstanding breadth of his output covering the years 2008 to 2017. There is a timeless quality to the music here which only goes to reinforce its strength and consequently the innate power of House Music, although there are certain…