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Deeperwiderhigher - Beauty
12" Vinyl
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Released: 7th March 2005 | 4 track ep
DWH's new ep follows on from their stunning debut, 'Still Here' (CRS021), which was heavily supported by the likes of Rainer Truby, Frankie Valentine, Gerd, Kev Beadle and other international tastemakers. Ep no. 2 kicks off in fine style with the Eddy and Yanna (who recently remixed Tania Maria's 'Come With Me') reworking of 'Beauty', which ensures a sunny latin disposition throughout the infectious grooves . By employing the uplifting trumpet refrain and soulful vocals of the original, the mix is nicely embellished with lush strings and a shuffling bruk beat aimed firmly at the dancefloor. A rolling piano loop, supremely beautiful vocals and a gentle percussive pulse give the original version of 'Beauty' a classic timeless quality. Gorgeous deeply soulful music which allow the lyrics to work their spiritual magic. The Languid head-nodding slo-mo beats of 'Darkside', augmented by remixer of the moment, Blackbeard, compliment the vocals superbly well. They have produced a deeply beautiful piece of fresh downbeat funk which will work to perfection on the more discerning dancefloors. 'Latter Rains' is a Balearic beauty dripping in delicate mediteranian cool. The soothing vocals reminicent of Viola Wills, filmic piano refrain and percussive washes shimmer throughout this mellow masterpiece, creating a sublime finish to this outstanding EP.'
"Sheffield based DWH return with another gorgeous EP of satisfying jazzed-out nu-soul. Beauty in original form pays homage to the unpredictability of life, backed by bold keys and texturous brass. The Eddy & Yanna mix is frankly a little too cluttered, as a classically trained string section battles running keys and slo-mo beats for supremacy. Darkside as retouched by Blackbeard becomes a misleadingly gorgeous appeal for caution, where clapped out percussion and smoky flutes meet under advice giving vocals. Latter Rains carefully drips smooth vocals, beaming brass and graceful pianos into the listener's consciousness"
Blues & Soul Magazine