Dublin based producer New Jackson’s forthcoming LP for All City, From Night to Night is exactly the kind of house we’re besotted with here at THUMP. Laidback, downtempo, the kind of house that finds solace in the shadows on sun-baked days.
Directed by legendary skate photographer Richard Gilligan, the video for the elegiac, downtempo single “Anya’s Piano” takes us on a woozy stroll through the highways and byways of New York; a stuttering love letter to a city of endless possibilities.
Cin Cin is back with their first release of 2017, complete a snazzy new makeover. Musically the quality continues with Dublin’s New Jackson following up excellent releases on Hivern Discs and Permanent Vacation with 2 new deep cuts, one of which may be somehow vaguely familiar….
On the flip new kid on the bloc Elliott Lion serves us two peaky discoacidtrax poised for some hands in the air moments.
“Is There No End” is an a rambling five minutes of shuffling techno where a spoken-word vocal describes a man’s stream-of-consciousness journey to the club, only to get kicked out at the party’s peak. Narrative vocals are brilliantly delivered by Jayson Green, former lead singer of punk bands Orchid & Panthers.
Remixes are handled by New Jackson (Hivern, Permanent Vacation) & Khotin (1080p, Normals Welcome). Both remixers deliver long form, gorgeous slow motion disco interpretations of the original, foregoing the manic vocals and creating what might be two alternate come-downs to an indulgent and night on the tiles.
We’ve already posted “Not A Word“, London producer Fort Romeau‘s is a collaboration with Irish producer David Kitt aka New Jackson. Below you can watch the official video, designed, directed and animated by Jack Featherstone.
Irish musician/producer David Kitt aka New Jackson returns to Permament Vacation label with his second EP of the year, a three-track release called “Having A Coke With You”. Below you can stream the gorgeous Balearic house EP’s title track, inspired by the Frank O’Hara poem of the same name. Get your 12” here.
John Talabot‘s Hivern Discs contributes four remixes from The xx’s 2012 album Coexist, that will be treated as an EP set for release next month. Marc Piñol, Mistakes Are Ok, New Jackson and new signing Round all contribute their own versions of, respectively, ‘Fiction’, ‘Reunion’, ‘Swept Away’ and ’Missing’, adding a Hivern-esque touch of hazy Mediterranean warmth while protecting the subtle, shadowy vibes of the original tracks. The HVNXX EP is out on November 11. Hear the ‘Fiction’ and ‘Reunion’ remixes below.