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    Liam De BruinThinking About Dancing

    Label:Heard And Felt – HF025V
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12"
    Country:Australia
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    Genre:Electronic, Jazz
    Style:House, Jazz-Funk, Acid Jazz

    Tracklist

    A1Friday Evening
    A2Lavender
    A3Isolation
    B1Round Up
    B2Lavender ( ZFEX Remix)
    B3Kickin'
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    Off the strength of just two tracks (included here), Melbourne multi-instrumentalist Liam de Bruin has won the affection of like-minded locals Close Counters, Horatio Luna and Teymori as well as global tastemakers Osunlade, Jimpster, Mousse T, Gilles Peterson, Peacefrog, Art of Tones, Delfonic, Jazzanova, Red Rack'em, Smoove, Carista, Jazztronik and many more.

    'Thinking About Dancing' is Liam's debut EP, with six tracks of soulful deep house and grooves, including a club-ready remix from Zeitgeist Freedom Energy Exchange that takes things more in the raw tech funk direction of Underground Resistance/Planet E affiliate Waajeed. A limited edition of the vinyl includes a felt cover (assorted colours) with stitched on Heard and Felt embroidered logo tag.

    A project conceived during Melbourne's extended lockdowns, Liam found himself separated from his band projects and with lots of time to spend in his garage studio in the beachside suburb of Frankston, which has a surprisingly long association with dance music (Carl Cox/Butter Sessions/21st Century Dance Club/Andy Van, etc). There Liam recorded himself playing drums, bass, keyboards, guitar and percussion and then shaping those recordings into understated but funky organic grooves, full of hooks, twists and variations.

    This is house made with a love of club and DJ culture, but from the perspective of a musician.

    “Every time I play this, there is a large influx of interested emails wanting to know more.”
    Gilles Peterson — BBC/Worldwide FM/Brownswood

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