Jimpster

Jimpster Remixed EP

Freerange

FR269

Jimpster

Jimpster Remixed EP

Freerange

FR269

FR269
ARTIST
Jimpster
TITLE
Jimpster Remixed EP
LABEL
Freerange
CAT NO.
FR269
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 17/09/2021 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Deep House House
FEATURING
Jimpster Jon Dixon Kai Alce Kareem Ali Space Ghost Teflon Dons
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. One ft Casamena (Space Ghost Remix)
  2. A2. Smile For A While (Jon Dixon Remix)
  3. B1. Where You Are (Teflon Dons Dub Remix)
  4. B2. Inside The Loop (Kai Alcé Grooved Out Mix)
  5. B3. Brought To Bare (Kareem Ali Remix)

SALES NOTES

It’s been a busy year for Jimpster, with his Soul Spectral and This Thing (with Rich Medina) EP’s both being amongst the best received and highest selling releases of his to date. He has also added his touch to The Sunburst Band, Soichi Terada, Feiertag, Baiana System, The Secret and Retromigration in the form of some massive remixes to boot, as well as having just released an Anthology spanning 4 vinyl. To help celebrate 25 years of Freerange and Jimpster we wanted to invite some of Jamie’s personal favourites to dig through the vaults and give their own spin on his sound.

Kicking things off we have Oakland’s Space Ghost taking on One ft Casamena bring his deft, musical touch to the track complete with layers of digital synths, punchy bass and vintage drum machine groove. Next up it’s Detroit’s own Jon Dixon of Timeline and Galaxy 2 Galaxy fame. The student of Mike Banks and long-term Underground Resistance cohort turns Smile For A While into a late night, piano driven, fusion masterpiece with all that Detroit sonic trickery we know and love so much. LA duo Aaron Paar and Dave Fogg aka Teflon Dons released a slew of incredible 12’s in the mid- late 90’s before almost completely disappearing for most of the 00’s. Thankfully things are reactivated and we’re so happy to have them bring a tough, jacking, bass-heavy warehouse workout to the package.

Atlanta’s Kai Alce is someone we’ve hoped to have contribute to Freerange for some time and finally it happened. Bags of smooth and soulful deepness drive Jimpster’s Inside The Loop in a classic direction with Wurli pads and Moogy solo all adding to that vintage sound. Man of the moment Kareem Ali takes the baton as he reworks Bought To Bare into a Balearic beauty worthy of playing during the most perfect sunset. If you’re a fan of Kareem Ali you’ll know the magic he brings and why he’s been hotly tipped as RA’s breakthrough artist of the month and included in Pitchfork’s best releases of 2020.

Published: 23rd August 2021

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