|1.||"In The Dark"|
|2.||"In The Dark" (dub)|
|2.||"Freaks Of The Industry"|
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.
Jonna (City Fly / Mysterious Works), Jimpster, ROTCIV, Aaron Dae (Razor-N-Tape), RUSTAM OSPANOFF., Thatmanmonkz (Shadeleaf Music), Art Of Tones, Marc Cotterell (Plastik People), Adesse Versions, Martin Haberland, Mike W - Kolour LTD, Roberto Rodriguez, Juno Recommends Deep House, Frederick, Sccucci Manucci, Joe Bonez (Burek), Trujillo, Kim Koch / Beat And Melody, Mikki Funk, PBR STREETGANG, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, Ben Pearce, Kito Jempere, Edward Navarro, Oli Furness, Groove Armada
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