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Deep Fields

by Sandrino & Adryan

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In 2009, Fresh Meat stay true to a central mission; showcasing inspired house music through work by compelling new artists. This calling materializes in Deep Fields, the debut EP of relative new comers Sandrino & Adryan. These talented producers have released tight singles in slightly different personnel configurations under the pseudonyms Satelite and Lemon Popsicle for labels like Rebirth, Mashtronic and Alive Records. Deep Fields is their first outing under their forenames.

Sandrino is the DJ of the duo, honing his skills during his residency at the Butan Club in Germany and as the DJ for Sprout Records. Adryan is the studio wizard. The son of a bass guitarist, Adryan learned to play music at a young age and built his computer-based studio diligently, originally founding a trip hop band and moving in the early zeros to house music. His 12quadrameter studio is the heart of the duo’s lush thoughtful productions.

In their own words the title Deep Fields refers to, “the black fields viewed from the Hubble telescope. If you look carefully you will find in the darkness hidden galaxies; deep like our sound.” The name is apt, as these shiny productions hide small worlds of subtlety, complexity and depth. The EP’s opener, Solar Wind, is a detailed, beautifully programmed deep tech-house jaunt. Its layered bass lines modulate warmly around skipping tape-delayed chords while the sparse percussion and vintage drum machine cadences take their time, organically weaving in and out of an arrangement that is never forced but always deliberate. True to its name sake, listeners will feel carried on the waves of this Solar Wind toward the recesses of a deep house experience.

Solar Wind gets a hot remix treatment by Audio Soul Project. Suffice to say, ASP make the rounds quite heavily with remix and production work for most of the top house imprints, working recently with labels like NRK, Dessous, Systematic, SAW and Missive. Solar Wind’s main stabs are preserved in the ASP remix, peppered throughout the arrangement, touched only slightly by new automated reverbs. But from there, the remix is a whole new affair. With a jackin’ tempo, the ASP rendition boasts a tough sub-sonic bass line, rolling conga and tabla percussion and varied bubbling synth-lines that juxtapose perfectly against the beat. Gritty vocal samples are injected into the groove taking the track into peak time house stompin’ territory; what’s old is new again indeed!

The dub infused Deep Trip completes the EP as the smoked out part of this cosmic journey; electric piano chords rhythmically echo, angular heavy perc-hits stomp commandingly, shakers and casabas shuffle energetically, delayed synths trail in the background and an analog string placed in opportune moments serves to lift the vibe up just when needed. This is a Deep Trip that will get you dancing.


released April 17, 2009


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Fresh Meat Records Chicago, Illinois

Fresh Meat Records is home to producers influenced by the “other side” of Chicago House. Fresh Meat has recently released several vinyl and digital projects featuring music by Derrick Carter, Mike Huckaby, Audio Soul Project, MANIK, DJ Jes, Luis Baro, and Chris Udoh. ... more

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