young cody currie makes his debut on classic with this sparkling star-strung 4-part 12 ep, ode to eddy. following covetable releases on razor-n-tape, pulse records and better listen, the budding london dj and producer demonstrates his deep and jazzy style in this release, expanding on his usual creative use of sampling by introducing his own vocals and live keys. the title track has echoes of fellow classic artist folamour, blissed-out synths and syncopated drum work creating an irresistible lilting beat. i dont feel has hints of acidity, never alone loops the vocal over a shuffling melodic groove and tale of tales (memoirs of a super freak) is the uplifting finisher. ode to eddy is a supremely promising introduction to an intuitive and gifted new artist.
rnt welcomes upstart londoner cody currie into the roster with the groove-heavy movin smoke ep. a precociously well-developed production talent, the young producer puts his penchant for deep house sample-scapes on full display here. from the blissful lilt of the title track to the creatively crafted jazz funk of infinity i & ii through to the b-side bangers make love and magic city, this record is a beautiful listen from beginning to end.
newcomer cody currie looks to better listen records to host his sophomore ep after lighting things up with his debut on pusic late in 2016. the effort is stacked with deep disco stylings similar to that of sample + synth maestros brame & hamo and fouk. its an exquisitely layered effort from the london kid, one which will please the intellect and dancefloor demand equally.
cody currie, the young house protégé hailing from london town, turns in the eighth release on secret reels with his peach fuzz ep four tracks of funk-laden house with dusty old samples, guaranteed dancefloor material. lead track prologue is all about driving beats and powerful chords while peach fuzz is a little warmer and melodic, brass hits and bassline licks aplenty. urlaub kommt is a flute line lead groove monster with it s roots firmly in the disco tinged side of house. woman is the funkiest slice of the peach fuzz pie, gliding along the needle with slick rhodes chords and spacey arps.
just as groovence 001 had come down for landing after a successful mission in the far reaches of spaced out house, the french label will be launching 002 just in time to keep the success going with another incredible ep. the label began with a various artist release which contained slamming house from big names like luvless, tour maubourg and more that was a joy ride through the reaches of house. the 002 release features artists who have been hitting home runs consistently with their production style. embezzlement society, mangabey & cody currie all bring forth a unique sound to this va release as sounds of hip-hop scratches, house high hats, smooth vocal samples and rhythmic 4x4 kicks clamp you down and get you ready for another tour out into the far reaches of space. groovence secures another powerful release that somehow combines a variety of unique sounds from different artists, yet still retains a wholesome overall vibe. in stores soon ! ! ! !
we are extremely happy to welcome malouane to our roster for this third release. the atmosphere of malouane is unique: raw, melodic and full of details with charm. -long way for the homies- will recall artists like mcde or rick wade, quite in the same vein: jazzy, soul and house. the second, -keep yo mama clean- very catchy too: drums, beautiful basses and small samples interact with each other. these elements work perfectly, because malouane has a real sense of musical arrangement, a real mastery of sampling. -this is supposed to be an outro- is the last track of the original tracks: it is a little slower than the others but a great wealth: a real charm and a true personality emerges from this piece. the multitude of details and, again, the mastery of the sample make it a piece as much club as listening. cody currie has proposed his own vision. the young english producer made a great remix by putting his style and clement’s together. finally, times are ruff also offers their reinterpretation of keep yo mama clean: softer and quite faithful to the atmosphere of this ep, with a small taste of chaos in the cbd, the dutch have done a remarkable job.