Paxton Fettel

Night Waves EP

Delusions Of Grandeur

DOG73

Paxton Fettel

Night Waves EP

Delusions Of Grandeur

DOG73

DOG73
ARTIST
Paxton Fettel
TITLE
Night Waves EP
LABEL
Delusions Of Grandeur
CAT NO.
DOG73
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    19/04/2019
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Deep House Nu Disco
FEATURING
Paxton Fettel
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Night Waves
  2. B1. Pacifica 399 To Freedom
  3. B2. It's Clear

SALES NOTES

Danish producer Paxton Fettel joins Delusions for his debut EP for the label entitled Night Waves. Despite his youth, he has notched up an enviable catalogue of original, eclectic releases including two LP’s for Greta Cottage Workshop as well as EP’s for Plumage, Kolour LTD and Apersonal. Paxton’s unique sound and audiophile approach to production has led to remixes for Uffe on Tartelet, Chocky on Secret Reels and most recently Sunrom on fledgling vinyl-only label The Bricks.

For his Night Waves EP we get a snapshot of the mans diversity across three original tracks. The opener sees Paxton in his most raw, jacking, dance floor focussed mood to date and the result is a high energy house track which punches hard on a big system. Featuring his own bass playing, snipped and squeezed through the sonic mangle, Night Waves steams along with big bold pianos, swinging hats and just the right amount of floating synths. Simple elements which combine to be so much more than the sum of its parts and one of those stand-out cuts that will be stuck in your head long after you’ve left the dancefloor.

Flipping over we have Paxton going full-on jazz mode in Pacifica 399 To Freedom. A track which once again has his beloved Sandberg California live bass part pushed to the fore, pianos, strings and synths building around the driving disco groove. Feel-good sunshine vibes oozing from the speakers as little melodies dance around the sizzling hi hats and encompassing pulse of the kick drum.

Finally we have a deeper note to close on with It’s Clear. A repeating vocal hook runs throughout the intro while intricate drum programming gives a nod to the sounds of broken beat and live jazz sensibilities. The end result is a warm, loose and dubby jam which completes the package in fine style and leaves us looking forward to hearing more from this talented young producer from Copenhagen.

Published: 7th March 2019

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