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Adesse Versions

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Cat: NMBRS 45. Rel: 23 Mar 16
Deep House
  1. That's What Friends Are For (6:09)
  2. That's What Friends Are For (dub) (5:38)
  3. In The Sticks (5:23)
  4. In The Sticks (No Kicks) (4:33)
Review: Adesse Versions returns to Numbers, following the runaway success of last year's Pride 12". "That's What Friends Are For" is a sturdy late-night builder, with the German producer gradually ratcheting up the tension via sleazy, spoken word vocals, carefully placed effects, and a muscular, Sound Factory style groove. The latter gets more space to breathe on the accompanying dub. Flip for the deeper, breezier "In The Sticks", which adds African percussion to a Ron Trent and Chez Damier-style house groove. The Afro influences and shimmering chords take pride of place on the alternative "No Kicks" mix.
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Cat: AV 001. Rel: 15 May 19
Deep House
  1. Blue Monday (6:40)
  2. Blue Monday (dub) (5:05)
Review: Mancunian Kevin Gorman used to make some great minimal techno on his Mikrowave imprint but has since moved on to create some of his best music under the Adesse Versions moniker. With a slew of fine edits and remixes under his belt, he presents us with a killer cover and tribute that's set to be one of the summer's biggest anthems. A tribute to the seminal New Order classic "Blue Monday", Gorman retains the very same Moog bass and ARP strings from the original, over a groovy breakbeat and a vocal reminiscent of Bernard Sumner himself. It was an ambitious feat, but Gorman manages to pull of an impressive rendition here, which also comes accompanied with a handy instrumental version on the flip.
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Pressured (12")
Cat: LIPS 001. Rel: 09 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Pressured (5:14)
  2. Pressured (instrumental) (5:13)
  3. Modal (5:08)
Review: Make Love In Public Spaces is a new but not so mysterious offshoot of a label which will be familiar to anyone who has been to a certain erotically charged discotheque with a big heart in East London over the last 4 years. They launch with a three track release from Adesse Versions that recasts underground 90s classics of some vintage in his own inimitable style - the lead track is destined to get club play for months to come thanks to it's deft vocal hook. Adesse Versions is the anonymous alias of a techno producer with previous work for Ostgut Ton and Curle, showing his house side and who you will no doubt recognise from his most recent work for Trus'me's Prime Numbers label as Adesse.

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Dread At The Controls EP (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ADV 2. Rel: 02 Jul 14
Deep House
  1. Color Talkin
  2. Drums Talkin
  3. Leaving The 90s
  4. Dread At The Controls
Review: Adesse Versions' second release combines a touch of Baile Funk with some classic Balearic samples, a touch of Dance Mania and deep, liquid house pads from the heart of Detroit. This can mostly be said for the A-side's "Color Talkin", while there's a stripped back alternative in "Drums Talkin". Not content with the one alternative there's a drum machine heavy rework of both tunes in "Leaving The '90s" while there's argument to be had that "Dread At The Controls" is a Jamaican riddim version made for a hot summer's dancefloor.
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Ghost Dub (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ADV 3. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Ghosts (7:41)
  2. Sly Dub (5:09)
  3. Sly (5:58)
  4. Ghost Dub (6:50)
Review: The Adesse Versions project has previously given us superb re-edits, remixes and re-makes of tunes from Photek, Mikey Dread, Madonna and Vikter Duplaix. Here he once again mines the past, delivering dancefloor interpretations (available in Dub and vocal forms) of cuts from Japan and Massive Attack. The two versions of the former's tearjerker "Ghosts" stick to the feel of the original, turning them into moody, atmospheric, stretched out and dub-wise deep house cuts with serious dancefloor potential. "Sly" sounds like a speeded-up version of Trevor Jackson's Underdog remix with added house swing and delay-laden vocal cuts. It's actually rather good, and impeccably executed as always.
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In The Dark EP (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ADV 1. Rel: 19 Feb 14
Deep House
  1. In The Dark
  2. In The Dark (dub)
  3. Justified
  4. Freaks Of The Industry
Review: The mysterious Adesse has been kicking about for about a year or so now, appearing on labels like Trus'me's Prime Numbers and the first (white label) release for the Make Love In Public Places label - while also turning in some Adesse versions of Theo Parrish, Jack Master and Nick Holder. Cast your mind back to the first three multicoloured 12"s Cottam released in 2009 and you'll have an idea of what to expect from the first Adesse Versions EP on its label of the same name. There's a tip of the hat to Madonna on "Justified", while "In The Dark" throws a soulful acapella over the top of bouncy deep house chords and straight disco drums, meanwhile the dub of this keeps the chorus' baking track, while reducing the musicality in other parts. "Freaks Of The Industry" has a real Mark E feel to it - and by the sounds of it Adesse has creatively turned a vocal snippet from the 20th Century Steel Band's "Heaven and Hell is on Earth" (famously used by Grand Master Flash) into the track's main hook.
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Cat: LT 063. Rel: 15 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Wash My Soul (6:35)
  2. The Light (5:35)
  3. Thank U (5:58)
Review: Few deep house producers are quite as hot right now as Adesse Versions, whose lovingly executed bootleg reworks and original productions have proved hugely popular in recent times. Here, he pops up on Local Talk, providing more lushly produced deep house gems for discerning DJs. Opener "Wash My Soul" impresses from the off, with bold synth riffs and sparkling electronics building in intensity over a chunky groove. The saucer-eyed "The Light" is a touch deeper but no less immersive, with mangled vocal samples rubbing shoulders with swirling pads and twinkling pianos. Finally, he makes great use of a joyous, life-affirming vocal sample on the deliciously positive and upbeat "Thank U". It's arguably the pick of a very strong bunch.
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Cat: DOG 63. Rel: 07 Feb 18
  1. Pulp Fusion (5:40)
  2. Fade Out (5:48)
  3. Raw (live edit) (6:58)
Review: Although still best known for delivering high grade reworks and re-edits, Adesse Versions has previously released some killer original productions, too. Predictably, the three sample-heavy house jams included on this debut Delusions of Grandeur experience are pretty darn hot. Check, in particular, the Clavinet-heavy Blaxploitation bounce of "Pulp Fusion", where sampled '70s instrumentation rides a bouncy, filter-flaunting house groove. Or, for that matter, the lolloping, undulating, glassy-eyed sweetness of the sun-kissed, extra percussive "Fade Out", which makes use of elements from a particularly Balearic disco record. Flip to the B-side for "Raw (Live Edit), a bustling, big room friendly jack-track that sounds like a long lost David Morales Red Zone Dub.
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out of stock $9.18
Brasil Edits (warehouse find) (hand-stamped 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: ADV 6. Rel: 07 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Black Anchors (5:44)
  2. Quem Nao Quer (6:25)
  3. Purity (5:43)
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Walrus Edits (hand-stamped 12" reeditado)
Cat: ADV 8. Rel: 25 Apr 19
Deep House
  1. Passion (The Boiler Room edit) (5:57)
  2. Rivers (4:48)
  3. Off The Man (5:10)
Review: Kevin Gorman's unstoppable edit craft continues! "Walrus Edits", as you may well have expected (or heard on his Boiler Room set) kicks off with a glittering twist on Barry White's "Passion". A lighter touched classic, here Gorman pays full respect with just a tweak in production to maintain the original's finesse. "Rivers" builds on AV's body of original work with creeping evocative piano licks while "Off The Man" continues the walrus theme with a dubbed out, highly strung take on "Somebody's Gonna Off The Man". Lovely.
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Cat: EF 003. Rel: 20 Sep 17
  1. Jagger (5:40)
  2. Run Hot (6:05)
Review: The third EP from Peckham's hush-hush Edits From The Tribe series (which may or may not be helmed by South London's most famous Executive Producer) comes from a man renowned for his house revisions: Adesse Versions. Predictably, he delivers the goods, first via the bombastic, "Work"-era Masters At Work drums, woozy chords and jangling guitars of bona-fide basement banger "Jagger". While superb, it's flipside "Run Hot" - a jazzy, jammed-out deep house beast built around samples from a much-loved disco era classic previously sampled (way back) by Pepe Bradock - that's the real heat. It has "peak-time anthem" written allover it.
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Cat: HEIST 021. Rel: 09 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Tout It (7:36)
  2. E To E (Ge-ology remix - feat MdCL) (6:11)
  3. E To E (5:39)
  4. Push It Along (5:30)
  5. Ebony Roses (4:26)
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Cat: LPHWHT 12. Rel: 13 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Don't Stop The Acid (6:48)
  2. Slide (5:28)
  3. Kameleon (6:48)
Review: Adesse Versions is undoubtedly a canny fella. Few others would have thought have re-casting Yardborough & Peoples' "Don't Stop The Music" is a sweaty acid jam, but that's exactly what he's done here. It sounds like he's replayed the bassline on a TB-303, accompanying it with clattering drum machine percussion, wonky acid lines and a plethora of delay-laden vocal samples. It's a simple idea, brilliantly executed. Elsewhere, he cuts up a well-known, disco-era soul groover and turns it into a chunky house loop-jam ("Slide"), before beefing up the beats and reaching for the TB-303 once more on disco-acid stomper "Kameleon". File under: guaranteed party-starters.
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Adesse Versions Edits (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RNT 026. Rel: 05 Jul 17
  1. Bumpin' NYC (5:23)
  2. Sistem (6:36)
Review: Kevin Gorman aka Adesse Versions brings his cut and paste ethos to Brooklyn edit series Razor-N-Tape with a varied pair of heaters. On this wicked two tracker, the label takes it back to their early format of one track per side: and these two cuts can certainly carry it! On this side we've got "Bumpin' NYC" a lo-slung disco classic with that proper New York City vibe, if ya catch our drift? On that side, we have a lovely little number in the form of "Sistem" that flips an afrobeat sample into a dark and groovy club track with even a little bit of acid for good measure.
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Pride (hand-stamped vinyl 12")
Cat: NMBRS 36. Rel: 01 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Pride (5:00)
  2. First Time (5:32)
  3. Pride (dub) (5:00)
out of stock $7.34
Music Infinite EP (limited hand-stamped 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: ADV 4. Rel: 23 Dec 15
Deep House
  1. Music Infinite (6:07)
  2. Marijuana (6:33)
  3. Run Hot (6:04)
out of stock $9.18
The Roundup Part III (limited heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: HEIST 022. Rel: 07 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. Obas Nenor - "Wakee" (Detroit Swindle remix) (6:25)
  2. Ouer - "The Ascent" (Adesse Versions remix) (6:51)
  3. Nebraska - "It Won't Be Long" (Nachtbraker remix) (7:00)
  4. Detroit Swindle - "Future Imperfect" (Frits Wentink remix) (6:16)
  5. Adesse Versions - "Push It Along" (Obas Nenor remix) (6:47)
  6. Frits Wentink - "Rising Sun, Falling Coconut" (Nebraska remix) (6:32)
  7. Nachtbraker - "Pollo Con Pollo" (Ouer remix) (6:23)
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