First release for Deeplay Music which was very well received among a lot of DJs who liked the different styles of the EP.Click title to listen, requires Real Player (www.real.com)
Whispers - a deep and sexy stylish groove with Lou Lou on vocals.
Free At Spirit - a combination of a Body and Soul and a cool summer vibe.
Feel Me - just deep and funky, as is!
b1. Free At Spirit
b2. Feel Me
'Whispers¹ opens new Sweden based label Deeplay¹s untitledmusic account, with a blend of lazy beats and atmospheric jazzy grooves. A very shimmering sound with funky touches and drifting vocal washes. Cool calm collected deep house delightful music. 'Free At Spirit' kicks off the flip side with a piercing piano intro, soaring zany effects and a floating flute slice. Deeper vibes than previous but again demonstrating plenty of jazz attitude. Finally comes 'Feel Me' a swaggering funked up track that swaggers sublimely through squiggy tones and up tempo addictive foot fodder. (Rating: 8/10)
Everyone looks to the US, as the main exponents of that deeper groove, but Swedish producers Physics creep up with an excellent release, for the new Deeplay label. "Whispers" comes on like a night between the sheets with some glamorous model. Smooth chords, afro percussion and stripped down bubbling bass set the scene for subtly sexy vocals and naked gliding synths. "Free At Last" focuses on some defined keyed elements, a dreamy organic bass and shimmering percussion, without a Martin Luther King sample in sight! While "Feel Me" will get the listener all hot under the collar, thanks to a delving bass, vocal snatches, a slippery guitar melody and wistful keyed twinkles.