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Vinyl LP pressing. "They say there's no rest for the weary, and that surely seems to be the case for Soul Supreme. The work of Jerusalem-born, Amsterdam-based keyboardist/producer shows an insatiable hunger to study music and learn from the greats. An inexhaustible quest to grow, as a scholar of sound. Most recently with two 7-inch-shaped self-studies boldly reinterpreting fan-favorite tracks by Mos Def, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, and A Tribe Called Quest. Closely studying the compositions-and doing justice to their classics while he's at it. Case in point: two now sought-after 45s. The last needed push of confidence to now, six-plus years since starting out, release his own compositions and productions. The synthesizer in the intro of the Head Hunters-nod 'Easy Breeze' sounds like tumbling down a rabbit hole. Exactly what this release embodies: Soul Supreme exploring different twists, turns, and paths of rhythm. There's the housey 'Rich in Soul,' only three tracks apart from a hip-hop drum pattern with near-singing of the keys on 'Mellow Thompson.' Or the B-side opening 'Huit Octobre 1971' with his own take on a same-titled 70s French sample-darling. And tracks like the broken beat on 'Keep Moving' and the G-funk-in-space album closer 'Orbit' show a lot of new promise, working more closely with fellow musicians. Yet again, on new takes and directions.
Vinyl LP pressing. "They say there's no rest for the weary, and that surely seems to be the case for Soul Supreme. The work of Jerusalem-born, Amsterdam-based keyboardist/producer shows an insatiable hunger to study music and learn from the greats. An inexhaustible quest to grow, as a scholar of sound. Most recently with two 7-inch-shaped self-studies boldly reinterpreting fan-favorite tracks by Mos Def, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, and A Tribe Called Quest. Closely studying the compositions-and doing justice to their classics while he's at it. Case in point: two now sought-after 45s. The last needed push of confidence to now, six-plus years since starting out, release his own compositions and productions. The synthesizer in the intro of the Head Hunters-nod 'Easy Breeze' sounds like tumbling down a rabbit hole. Exactly what this release embodies: Soul Supreme exploring different twists, turns, and paths of rhythm. There's the housey 'Rich in Soul,' only three tracks apart from a hip-hop drum pattern with near-singing of the keys on 'Mellow Thompson.' Or the B-side opening 'Huit Octobre 1971' with his own take on a same-titled 70s French sample-darling. And tracks like the broken beat on 'Keep Moving' and the G-funk-in-space album closer 'Orbit' show a lot of new promise, working more closely with fellow musicians. Yet again, on new takes and directions.
5050580790384

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Soul Supreme
Rel. Date: 12/02/2022
UPC: 5050580790384

Soul Supreme
Artist: Soul Supreme
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. "They say there's no rest for the weary, and that surely seems to be the case for Soul Supreme. The work of Jerusalem-born, Amsterdam-based keyboardist/producer shows an insatiable hunger to study music and learn from the greats. An inexhaustible quest to grow, as a scholar of sound. Most recently with two 7-inch-shaped self-studies boldly reinterpreting fan-favorite tracks by Mos Def, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, and A Tribe Called Quest. Closely studying the compositions-and doing justice to their classics while he's at it. Case in point: two now sought-after 45s. The last needed push of confidence to now, six-plus years since starting out, release his own compositions and productions. The synthesizer in the intro of the Head Hunters-nod 'Easy Breeze' sounds like tumbling down a rabbit hole. Exactly what this release embodies: Soul Supreme exploring different twists, turns, and paths of rhythm. There's the housey 'Rich in Soul,' only three tracks apart from a hip-hop drum pattern with near-singing of the keys on 'Mellow Thompson.' Or the B-side opening 'Huit Octobre 1971' with his own take on a same-titled 70s French sample-darling. And tracks like the broken beat on 'Keep Moving' and the G-funk-in-space album closer 'Orbit' show a lot of new promise, working more closely with fellow musicians. Yet again, on new takes and directions.
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