Richard Seaborne – Girl Music EP
1. Date Night
2. I Know You Love Me
3. Belle Choses
Richard Seaborne is back with a three track EP that oozes deep disco and demonstrating why he is a producer to watch. Always armed with an unexpected vocal and crisp production, big things are round the corner.
Richard first appeared on Paper with The Reasons Why. It was deadpan take-down of a former lover that rocked the floors of Aeroplane, Horsemeat Disco, Doc Martin, Roberto Rodriguez, Eric Duncan and Tensnake to name just a few.
Date Night kicks things off and is a hypnotic deep house nagger with a recurring delayed synth stab that filters in and out. Set over Richard’s swinging drums it works the groove with a crushed vocal to add melody and intrigue. Suitable for beard strokers and disco queens alike.
I Know You Love Me has gorgeous reverbed percussion over disco beats and a feel good sample. Add an easy listening vocal that sounds like it’s never belonged anywhere else and you’ve got a timeless track that is deceptively deadly!
To round things off Belle Choses finds it’s groove in a locked down disco sample and drives that bad boy all the way home! With live broken house beats it draws you in with it’s repetitiveness, off set by filtering, disco toms, camp vocal, samples and efx firing off for detonation!
Tensnake – “usual quality form paper, nice deep house disco hybrid, I know You Love Me is sweet”
Hot Toddy (Crazy P) – “Great ep from Richard, “I KNow You Love Me”, is my pick”
Jim Baron (Crazy P) – “me choses belle choses!”
Sleazy McQueen – “This is really quite nice and I’m sure I will play all three, quality as always from Mr. RS”
Sean Johnston (ALFOS//Hardway Bros) – “Will give date night a go, sounds great”
Severino (Horse Meat Disco) – “Super cool”
Rocky (X-Press 2) – “Date Night ace.”
Oliver $ – “nice package feeling i know you love me”
Moodymanc – “nice vibes…”
James Teej (My Favourite Robot) – “cool release, diggin date night a lot. ”
Neil Scott (El Diablos) – “well touch me up on the back seat of the cinema… if only all date nights were exciting as this one! Huge EP”
Nathan Detroit (Southern Fried) – “lovely disco tech..”
Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45s) – “Love the subtlety of “Belle Choses”
Drop Out Orchestra – “woha! loving this!”
2 Billion Beats – “Belle smacks of old school Paper with a 2013 twist. Lovvit”
Dean Sunshine Smith – “I do like ‘I know you love me’ and it will sit in some forthcoming sets for sure.”
Bobby Beige – “Nice three tracks of deepness here from Richard with my personal fave Belle Choses but all good here ”
Wrighty (Soul Buggin) – “I Know You Love Me is definitely working for me, with Belle Choses a close second”
Bogdan Taran (Dancebox.net) – “lovely lovely lovely deep disco stuff, all the tune are great!!”
Simon Wright (Data Transmission) – “Oh oh oh, now this reminds of classic Paper of old. Nice one.”
Helene DJ Mag – “I heart Richard Seaborne’s tunes! ‘Date Night’ rocks!”
Sam Devine (Defected) – “like that, really nice!”
Cowbell Radio – “Solid release, love the vocals and the samples and pretty much anything released by Richard. Date Night probably the most dancefloor friendly, I know you love me definitely the most catchy!”
Nelson Ramalho – “Cracking sounds on these tracks. Smooth and funky disco can best describe this EP! Thanks for the release I’ll be supporting all three for sure!”
Chris Da Mentalist – “As always paper delivers the goods to a high standard. Love Belle Choses”
2 Billion Beats rocked Alfresco in Blackpool one sunny day in summer 2013 in support of their Noise In Your Eye single on Paper. They also tell us how the track came together.
Simon King – Camera Work
Alice Shaw – Editing / VFX
Dom Shields – Sound
Here is the first EP in a double header to mark Paper’s 150th single release.
2 Billion Beats’ Tom and Col have been sat in their studio wearing Day-Glo and high tops waiting for the invention of the hoverboard to no avail. So to kill time they cranked up their collection of 80s synths, set to work and came up with a couple of tracks that could soundtrack Summer 2013.
Noise In Your Eye is a BIG floor disco track that plugs an LCD Soundsystem shaped hole. So much so that it was played by James Murphy at The Warehouse Project this Christmas. The mystery is, nobody knew how he got hold of it but a wayward licensing CD is thought to be the culprit!
Heavy 4/4 beats and a locked down bass start things off before the piano is intro-ed, followed by strings and the sample weaving it’s way in and out. With synth noodlings, the track keeps building before it breaks for the chord change and all sorts of mayhem breaks out.
Full Moon Boogie is on a similar tip of 80s inspired disco and it’s all about the piano at the end. A stuttering synth bass and nagging top line build tension until 2/3rds through when it drops to a piano that’s been nicked from the middle of The Hacienda’s dancefloor at 1.30am on a Saturday night in 1993.
Ralph Myerz – REALLY digging Noise In Your Eye. I’m a huge fan of 2 Billion Beats but really feel that they have taken their stuff to the next level with this release. Full support from me for a looooong time!
The Glimmers – Love it!
Tensnake – Both tracks deliver, nice disco jams
Eric Duncan – Really FUN!! Will play both.
Hot Toddy (Crazy P) – Noise in Your Ear pushes all the right Nu Disco buttons!
Dave Jarvis (Faith) – Oh yes! Ready for the Garden Festival Croatia 2013 Faith boat action!!!!!! Bring it on!]
Drop Out Orchestra – Great groover.
The Dead Rose Music Company – Boogie goodness!!!
Aeroplane – Cool release!
Rocky (X-Press 2) – Nice! Noise In Your Eye is my fave.
Will Tramp (Homoelectric) – Fantastic EP! Love both tracks.
Sleazy McQueen – I’m totally into Noises in my Eye!
Cowbell Radio – Two of the best tunes of 2013, no doubt, both have been massive on Cowbell. Noise in your Eye just gets the nod, but Full Moon Boogie is a proper ‘break glass in case of emergency’ dance-floor filler! Amazing work fellas!
Severino Panzetta (Horsemeat Disco) – Pretty cool.
Ryan Cavanagh – Nice release, love both.
Daniel Solar – Noise in your Eye for me.
Wrighty (Soul Buggin) – Noise In Your Eye has got Soul Buggin’ written all over it, nice work.
Mugwump – Great piano boogie biz.
Get Down Edits – Excellent Release, Full Moon Boogie is gonna be the dancefloors friend for sure.
Joe Morris (Clandestino) – These are massive! Got electric elephant written all over them, which as luck would have it Im playing at so Ill defo give them an airing chaps
Stuart Knight (Toolroom) – Whos nicked my lino!!! This shit makes me want to do a back spin…Full Moon Boogie is the one for me…more quality from the PAPER crew …Nice
The new Paper Radio is an Electric Elephant Special with interviews from A Love From Outer Space’s Sean Johnston and the festival’s very own Chris Massey who picks three classic EE tunes.
We are also hitting our 150th single release so have a mix of the deep stuff from label favourite, Viking disconaut Rune Linadbaek to mark the occasion.
There’s the chance to win one of five Papercuts # 1 CDs, music new and old plus idle chit chat from Flash Atkins alter-ego Ben Davis and 2 Billion Beats’ Tom Lonsborough.
2 Billion Beats – Noise In Your Eye
Rune Lindbaek – Junta Jaeger
Proviant Audio – Once I Thought (Chris Massey Mix)
CHRIS MASSEY INTERVIEW
Ajello – Crystal Babe
Francis & The Lights – ETC
Delorean – Seasun (John Talabot Mix)
Flash Atkins & Havana Candy – Calieo Square
RUNE LINDBAEK MIX
Syntax Erik – Jah Jah Kings Lions (Primetime Intermission Dub)
Syntax Erik – I Can Feel You Breathe
Marco Dassi – Amigdala
Eamon Harkin – Electric Light (Brendon Moeller Dub)
Jeremy Glenn – Partytime (Night Dub)
DJ Nibc – The Doorman (Shakarchi Straneus Mix)
Maetrik – The Poem (Original Mix)
Rune Lindbæk feat Charlotte Thorstvedt & Øyvind Blikstad – Awkward (Arno Gonzalez Mix)
Leon Sweet – Show You (Ron Basejam Mix)
SEAN JOHNSTON INTERVIEW
Hardway Brothers – A/B Musique
Lonely Boy – Shut Your Mouth
Crazy Penis – You Started Something
Flash Atkins, hero to some but a waste of taxpayers money to most. But between drinking, smoking, drugging and drinking again he has found time to get in the studio with some fellow producers from the Paper stable.
He goes head to head with young bucks and 80s house merchants 2 Billion Beats in a tribute to legendary guitarist, Wilco Johnson. Starting with a sampled Dr Feelgood bass it builds up with acid tweeks and arps before a digital pad takes it to the drop. It’s then that the NRG takes off in a 70s pub rock / Giorgio Moroder / house hybrid.
Next up Flash enlists Hebden Bridge local hero, DJ and promoter CP (known to his Mum as Chris Price). It kicks off with a group of men singing on their way to work that was recorded by Flash in Malawi (true story). For the track they have enlisted the cream of Yorkshire’s musicians with live keys, trumpet, percussion and bass for a soulful afro house sound. When the pads come in the second half it takes off!
The dub keeps the bones of the track but adds electronics for an arpeggiated deep house mix with enough grunt to satisfy the most heads down floors. It ebbs and flows as synths and reverbs filter in and out and a piano give it a techno hook.
Finally Flash hooks up with Havana Candy (who has recently been seen on Tusk Wax as Causa) for Calieo Square. This is a deeper and dreamier affair that sounds like the Wamdue Kids in their heyday. Shimmering percussion, synth washes, analogue keys and arps weave a deep house soundscape for heads and feet alike.
Rune Lindbaek – Looooving this Malawi, my favourite tune of the moment!
Tensnake – Quality jams , perfect for summer disco parties!
Nathan Detroit – PUMPERZ! Love Wilco!
Sleazy McQueen – I’m totally feeling the break vibe and transition on Wilco!
Q-Burns Abstract Message – Solid all the way around. “Wilco” is my pick of a very strong bunch. Thanks!
Leftside Wobble – Malawi Chant on board the Africa Express for me.
Marius Våreid (Full Pupp) – All these are top tunes, proper aceness!
Nick Holder (DNH) – Calieo Square is FIRE!
Dave Jarvis (Faith) – Excellent allround welldone !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45) – Malawi Chant for me.. deepness!!
Daniel Solar – Wilco is sick! I’m already sure i will play it loads! Thanks
DJ Rocca (Ajello) – Great stuff! Malawi Chant Dub and the amazing balearic Calieo Square are my favourites
Bottin’ – Nice EP
Jacob (Eclectic Avenue Records) – Best EP, I’ve heard in a while this. Hard to pick my favourite but if I had to it would be Malawi Chant, but all will get played by me.
Harri (Sub Club) – Nice work mate….liking these
Cosmo Vitelli – Wilco and the Malawi tracks are great.
Solid EP, will play it
Justin Harris (Freaks) – Great EP – niiice ;)
Aldrin Zouk – Good package. Calieo Square on point.
This Is Why We Dance – Off the wall stuff here…
Wrighty (Soul Buggin’) – Great EP, gonna be playing all of the tracks on here. Malawi Chant edges it for me, so damn funky
Jamie L – Deep valley vibes, nice work lads.
Nelson Ramalho (The Weekend Warm Up) – Fantastic loving all three tracks! Calieo is floaty, Wilco is bouncy and Malawi Chant is groovy (go for the dub for a more clubby sound). A nice combo and a strong EP.
Bobby Beige – Excellent stuff,really like all three tracks the kind of house music i like,interesting and deep
Andrew Clarke – Great EP but especially liking the afro vibes of Malawi Chant. Lovely stuff!!
Black Mighty Wax – Yes!! Wilco And Calieo Square will fit perfectly my dj sets. Peace!
Death on the Balcony – Wilco & Calieo Square are the ones!
Tunnel FM – Outstanding EP… “Wilco”, “Malawi Chant (Dub)” & “Calieo Square” stand out for me… absolutely support.
The Lovely Jonjo – Really loving the build of Wilco when that Morodory second drop comes in. Super
Frank Lihaug – Fantastic ep – The Wilco track is sick…
Nuno Cacho – Wilco is a genius track! Malawi Is really a fusion between New Orleans, Angola and Phily’s 90 House? Brilliant! Ok on the Dub put a little beat more of Spirituals… Calieo Square, is so refreshing… Reminds me the after hours on boat at the Douro River playing the Paper’s vinyl promos on the 90’s.
Murray Richardson – I like the malawi chant so i do so i do
2 Billion Beats mix their love of the 80s, house music, disco, handlebar moustaches and side chaining in to a sound that references the past but puts it firmly in the phuture. With recent releases on 3am Records and getting love from DJs like Pete Herbert, Crazy P, Toby Tobias and Psychemagik they are one of the next generation of producers spinning house on it’s head.
For Mega City One they have gone deep and widescreen. With a sparkly riff that a rock solid bass nails down, the track introduces some Rhodes before building to the break. Then comes the acid and it’s a trip for the head and feet as the tracks ebbs and flows with the atmosphere and dance floor dynamics set to 10.
Next up, the King of Norway Ralph Myerz suitably steps up to the plate, being 2 Billion Beats’ favourite ever producer. Keeping it deep but with a lighter mood, he goes for a Balearic disco vibe and hits a bullseye! Vocoders, NRG bass, crisp production and the original riff give it a classic Paper house sound.
Joe Morris goes more nu-disco with analogue bass and acid, sax and stabbing synths that lock things down before the piano chords. When they come in it’s that dance floor moment you go looking for.
Finally Flash Atkins heads in the opposite direction with a mix that’s deep and moody. Over broken beats, it weaves it’s way through a soundscape of arpeggiated synths, live bass, delayed guitars and percussion to the break where it drops to nothing but a messed up gospel vocal. Then the track elements are re-introduced before strings finish things off nicely.
Bill Brewster (DJ History) – Original is very oddball but kinda cool. Reminds me a bit of those proggy early 90s UK house records.
Bonar Bradberry – Joe Morris mix lovely and deep!
Severino Panzetta (Horsemeat Disco) – The original is super nice.
Shane Jackson (Fish Go Deep) – Like the original mix a lot. A rock solid groove with big, bold, confident melodies. Looking forward to playing.
Roberto Rodriguez – Oh yes! Really nice release! The mixes are cool but i think i will go for the original.
Mighty Mouse – Love the Ralph Myers remix.
Andy Ash – Love the original!
Pete Herbert – Superb EP.
Q-Burns Abstract Message – Original is nice, but it’s the somewhat melancholic Flash Atkins mix for me. Lovely.
Lewis Dene – Damn sexy music!
Benoit C – Coooooooooool ep
Craig Woodrow – Great! Strong stuff!
Havana Candy – Original mix for me. Top house music. Good work fellas
Greg Fenton (DMC) – Flash Atkins version works best for me.
Murray Richardson – Nice mixes all round here, Joe’s mix is lovely but Lord Flash pants lifts the trophy for me.
Nutritious – Impeccable!
Stuart Patterson – What a lovely record.. now just which to pick uuuuummmmm
Danielle Moore (Crazy P) – Very good release-nice optins on the mixes. Uplifting chords and all very playable-maybe the Flash Atkins is not a dancefloor option but its mood and progression makes it fave.
Cowbell Radio – Cracking stuff as always. Very hard to pick a favourite but I’m a sucker for strings and we don’t hear enough of them nowadays, so the Flash remix tips the scales for me!
Here’s the Autumnal edition of the Paper Radio show presented Ben Davis.
There’s new music on the label from Terry Farley’s new project Farley Silvester, Jamie L, Flash Atkins, 2 Billion Beats as well as old nuggets and other tracks new and old doing it for Paper.
Plus and interview with Bonar Bradberry and a feature on the Vinyl vs. Digital debate with opinions from Piccadilly Records’ Phillippa Jarman, Juno’s James Vorres, Juniper’s Dan Mumberson and Kelvin Andrews.
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