The label freshly celebrated its 2nd birthday and label head & ambassador Dairmount selected already the 5th episode of his acclaimed Perspectives serie. Always proposing brand new exclusive tracks with a serious flair of freshness, this episode is not disappointing.
Strong of his recent remixes for Fred Everything's Lazy Days & The Revenge's Instrument Of Rapture, Art Of Tones is featured here with "Too Much", a track that became already a prime favorite of people as diverse as Dj Sneak, Jimpster, Joey Negro or Kink. Dairmount invited also his Bay Area friend alland Byallo to join the dance. The US producer, today relocated in Berlin & reknown for his work on Pokerflat, Dirt Crew, Liebe Detail or his own Nighlight Music, contributed with a smasher called Stern Soul, a straight forward peaktime soul infused rocker. A little jump in time broring us then in 97 with Know Things, this Jeff Sharel track included here. This track has been released 14 years ago quite confidentially and has remained in the box of Dairmount since then, This brought him to wish to introduce it to a much larger audiance more than a decade later.One of the most underrated producers of the French Touch era is also showing here how solid this could stand beside early prods of La Funk Mob or Pepe Bradock.
In one rebound, Dairmount travelled to derby in UK to introduce the talent of Christo who signed here a beatiful hybrid detroit influenced Afrotech tune with New Jazzno. Keep an eye on his classy Superficially Deep imprint! And finally, the Ep closes with an original new rendition of the Dairmount & berardi's classic Bass-ment Tale by the mighty Audio Soul Project, creator of the chicagoan Fresh Meat and known for his work on NRK.