Leftroom | 15.04.2016
Leeds based producer Jey Kurmis steps up to deliver his first solo outing on Matt Tolfrey’s Leftroom Records. It comes in the form of the ‘Fayeturn Ep’. A two track EP which is dynamite.
‘Fayeturn Ep’ is set for a release mid April. Kurmis follows on from releases on Moon Harbour, Hot Creations and Exploited Ghetto. Some serious credit should be awarded to Kurmis beacuse at the momement the artists can do no wrong.
The EP kicks off with title ‘Fayeturn’, which see’s kurmis deliver a huge house underground house anthem. With a glitched out synth whirrs, an amalgamation of intricately programmed vocal chops and bumpy percussion with a sidewinding arpeggio bass hook to create a heady and infectious cut aimed squarely at the dance floor.
The A side leads on to ‘Busby’, the track has a low-slung rhythmic groove, while bulbous sub bass tones, murky low-pitched vocal murmurs and sporadic synth licks which ebb and flow throughout the records near seven minute duration.
You can hear ‘Fayeturn’ being played by Patrick Topping at the BBC Radio 1 LA Special around the 17min mark.
- Jey Kurmis - Fayeturn
- Jey Kurmis - Busby