Paxton Fettel intrinsically invites you to the very core of his soul with Mana, a heart wrenching ode to suave and unassuming house music. Real instruments and penetrating decisiveness serve an emotionally rendered piece of the blues, perpetually enticing mood binding empathetic maneuvers. Paxton orchestrates feeling with musicality well beyond the average clique, despairing yet hopeful, slickly jazzed and upfront drumming produce a mad example of what he's capable of pulling off/
Straight out of Copenhagen we get treated to yet another fine instance of a Paxton Fettel classic with They Go Unseen. A trademark loop on the ivories, chunky as you like it thumping kick, accompanied with tricky hi hat ticking. It's as simple as that but done with such finesse, the chaps a natural for it. You'd be forgiven not to call it house music... it is just straight up vibing jazz with space and consistency. Textualised with spirit at the focal point of the mix.
The flipside pumps out Permafunk, this kid got a piano for chrimbo .. bebop flavour constitutes jive with heavy four four dancefloor rufness. Ready and willing to make your hairs prickle... happy basement wigging (?) you could imagine swinging the Charleston to this while the whole room erupts around ya...
Rollocking tastiness resides with Nothing Never, a monumental odeing trip of full on inner rightousness. Painstakingly accurate aural imagery portraits a professive leaning of awakening content. A groan becomes a song of tranquil easiness unfurling in front, beating down with ultimate Paxton traits.
Kickin' it back out of shape Back Alley Shuffle turfs out some cosmic shavings on top of that faculty stamped key work. Doting on dragging bounce and sprightly groove, it's another persuading wiggle to dutiful musings in noise.
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Release date: 17/06/2013
Format: 12" Vinyl
Catalogue number: GCW05V