PHIL WEEKS

SHARKS LOOKING FOR FISHES

Supplement Facts

SFR039

PHIL WEEKS

SHARKS LOOKING FOR FISHES

Supplement Facts

SFR039

SFR039
ARTIST
PHIL WEEKS
TITLE
SHARKS LOOKING FOR FISHES
LABEL
Supplement Facts
CAT NO.
SFR039
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    2013/09/16
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
FEATURING
Phil Weeks

SALES NOTES

Real house master Phil Weeks makes his debut on Guy Gerber’s Supplement Facts imprint with a trio of dancefloor bombs packed with his signature bump, funk and bass. Title track ‘Sharks Looking For Fishes’ is a fuzzy, warm affair with warping pads and shimmering cow-bells building with dusty samples combined with a jacking bassline. On the B-side ‘Bees Assault’ is pure heads down techy business, unhinged and driving it’s the peak time banger of the release and an assault on the senses. Lastly, ‘Hold Onto The Memories’ brings back the French deep touch with another solid jacking groove and faded vox.

Parisian DJ/Producer Phil Weeks is a purist plain and simple and has channelled his unwavering passion for unadulterated house almost exclusively through his own label Robsoul Recordings, established in 1999 and now one of the most consistent and respected labels in the business.

Weeks released his highly acclaimed debut album ‘Love Affair LP’ in 2011 on Robsoul and the label is also home to releases from house royalty such as Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak, David Duriez and Chris Carrier. Weeks has also collaborated on a number of productions with Chicago hero DJ Sneak as well as fellow French innovators Chris Carrier and Dan Ghenacia.

Phil Weeks will be a guest at Guy Gerber’s Wisdom Of The Glove party on 28th August at Pacha, Ibiza and it’s an honour to have him on the Supplement Facts imprint for this killer release. Bringing a mix of old-school Chicago with nu-school French flair, Phil Weeks has and always will be dedicated to delivering proper house music through his DJing, productions, label Robsoul and now through his Crate Diggin’ project that started in 2013 and further proves Weeks as a master of selection.

Published: 22nd August 2013