Long-term TIWWD faves come to Fred Everything’s Lazy Days with a cut that sees them exploring vocal territories.
One Nathalie Claude is the vocalist in question, her vocal having those jazz/torch stylings so beloved of trip-hop and downtempo artists. Musically, however, this is in not too dissimilar a vein from most of K&N’S standard deep house fare, albeit I’d suggest it’s one for the more soulfully-inclined (rather than the more jackin’, druggier) floors.
Fred Everything himself then supplies Vox and Dub mixes on top of the Original and Instrumental rubs from K&N themselves; he adds a little extra dancefloor ooomph and, indeed, I’d say it’s his Dub that’s my pick here.
Out: This week
About: You might also like to know that Lazy Days have a ‘best of the first five years’ compilation due to land soon. More details at the Lazy Days website.
2 months ago