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    Royalty (6)Purple Nights EP

    Label:Five Easy Pieces – FEP004
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Transparent Purple
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Disco, Deep House, Electro, Funk

    Tracklist

    White
    A1Heart Strings
    A2Octane
    Black
    B1Cookie Dough
    B2Cookie Dough (Jimmy Edgar's Cookie Monster)
    RemixJimmy Edgar
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    ℗ © Five Easy Pieces 2011

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    • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 96146E1/A MATT @ AIR
    • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 96146E2/A

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    Purple Nights (5×File, FLAC)Five Easy PiecesFE004DUK2011

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    Hotly tipped East London duo Royalty return to the airwaves with a tight, muscular sophomore EP called Purple Nights. It will be released on a limited run of 500 purple vinyl and digitally via all major outlets in late November.

    The duo burst onto the scene in February with their self titled debut receiving strong support at Radio from Rob Da Bank & Benji B. The track Heat Ray was featured in Gilles Peterson's All Winners show in April. The EP garnered DJ support from Floating Points, Joy Orbison, Funkineven, Alex Nut, etc etc, and was featured across taste-maker press such as Dazed, Dummy, and Platform.

    After a packed out session at Boiler Room, regular appearances at Dalston Superstore and some memorable times on the European festival circuit, the pair took time out to hone and tighten the 80s inspired modern boogie-funk that defined their first EP and push their sound towards something more powerful, confident and personal.

    Mastered at Air Studios by Matt Coulton (James Blake, Pearson Sound) and featuring a storming 1980s NYC flavoured house remix by Berlin-based Detroiter Jimmy Edgar, the EP is a strong collection of tracks showing off the range of Royalty's influences and how they are able to take in this diverse array of sounds and turn it into something cohesive and personal.