A little over a year ago we premiered the first record release from Fake Society Records, who were developing on from an already much-enjoyed event series. The outfit has since continued to feature regularly on our site. We’ve seen them delivering great lineups across Europe headed by Trommel favourites such as Priku and Iuly.B, whilst at the same time maintaining and expanding the label in its youth. The fourth release is about to hit, a vinyl-only debut for Parisian artist RWN.
Although a relatively new name on the block, his releases have already seen support from Cosmjn, Sepp and Iuly.B to name a few. ‘Underwater’ forms the first full EP for RWN and we’re taking ‘Choices’ for the premiere.
Delicate synths glide over a deep groove, making this equally as dancefloor ready as it is for relaxation, preferably at a beach or laid in a hammock. Minimal chatter in the background keeps it cool, while higher notes dance to the fore. It’s euphoric and dreamy – intricately primed to positivity.
The title track ‘Underwater’ is more rolling, yet maintaining the high-spirited vibes of the premiere. Over on the B side ‘Freudian Slip’ provides a little more grit, a spacey and mysterious groover edging closer for peak time in the party. The EP is then rounded off with a breaks interpretation courtesy of Christopher Ledger, a class piece with a dutty bassline and a smart, floaty breakdown.
The record designs in the Fake Society Records label series are also pretty spectacular, so the vinyl doubles as a fine piece of art in addition to the music. You can add this one to your collection from early May at Juno and deejay.de.