Your box is empty.

You should definitely do something about that.

Art Bleek - All Night
12" Vinyl
£4.49
Out Of Stock
Digital
£3.49

Art Bleek

All Night

Sick Trumpet

Released: 28th April 2008 | 4 track broken beat ep
Art Bleek is a name that's been doing the rounds for a few years now. The Paris based producer never fails to live up to expectations whether it be deep minimal housers, downtempo jazzed-out loungers, broken beat or straight up hip hop, versatility is the mans game. He's recorded for labels such as Rush Hour & Loungin' and now for Sick Trumpet he brings Californian vocalist Charlie Sputnik along to make the French Connection. First up is All night, a mid-tempo nu-jazz shuffler that glides between broken beat and house with a killa groove, walkin' bass lines, vocal hooks and scats a plenty from Mr Sputnik. Support already from Domu with plays on his 1xtra show Zed Bias takes the track and turns it into a New Jersey House bumper with that added Biaspheric twist we've all come to expect - BIG ! On the flip we have Brothers & Sisters, an electronic influenced houser with a bassline bigger than the Eiffel Tower and slicker than Platini. With Charlie Sputnik again on vocals he provides the perfect narrative & melody to this dancefloor smasher ! The dub mix of this is something else.....anyone for dubstep electonica ? CHECK !
"Great soul music, full support from me."
Laurent Garnier
"Feelin da Art Bleek, reeeespect"
Simbad
"Zed's Mix is the one for me."
Domu
"Its all about the Zed Bias mix"
Andy Ward, Soul Heaven
"Really feeling the Art Bleek - all the mixes are wicked - love how the broken is mixed with the straight in all night, love Zed's mix too. Brothers and Sisters is rather cool, all night just edges it - top draw."
Jim Baron, Crazy P
"FOR ME ITS THE Zed Bias remix which takes the track and turns it into a New Jersey House bumper with that added Biaspheric twist we've all come to expect - BIG ! for sure it will probably get lots of urban support as its a cross genre track a little gimey, a little niche but soul aplenty."
Craig Bartlett, M8 Magazine