Find Your Own Records launches with Ceri’s ‘Life Holstee E.P.’ and includes a Fred P Reshape. A strong debut for this new label, a record that fuses the darker and deeper sounds of Detroit, Berlin and London. Fred P aka Black Jazz Consortium delivers a timeless remix, his reshape of the title track tantalises the drum grooves, adds his trademark atmospheric ethereal synths and reworks the bass in such a way that is unexpected yet astounding. The B side ‘We Do’ is the deeper of the three tracks, fusing mysterious vocal stabs with minimal funky drums and deep rolling bass. Whilst the music is at times deep and dark, the message of the EP is positive, the title track drawing it’s inspiration from the Holstee Manifesto, a manifesto that producer Ceri aspires to live by. This message is echoed by the lyrical content of the vocal snippets used in ‘Life Holstee’. This is juxtaposed with haunting eerie moog synths, alongside variating funky analog drum rhythms and sub-bass. With early support for the label coming in from the likes of Mr. G, D’Julz, Paranoid London and more besides, Find Your Own Records is off to a flying start, we can t wait to see what else they have in store for the future.