At long last (it’s not easy putting out a record!) Inaudible Answer is ready to announce our very first physical release:
Huess – What It Cost EP (featuring remixes from Fulgeance and Kelpe)
The six tracks encompass 80s tinged funk-hop, soaring soul vocals and speaker shuddering bass punishment.
Features the following tracks never before released on vinyl:
2 1-800 Wake Up
3 I’d Rather Be the Hunter
4 A Simple Method (Bonus Beats)*
5 Gak (Fulgeance Remix)
6 I’d Rather Be the Hunter (Kelpe Remix)
* Vinyl Exclusive
Building on the foundations laid down by pioneers such as J Dilla, Dam Funk, Onra and Bullion, Huess kicks the EP off with three warm boogie/80s soul-influenced beat tracks to make your head nod whilst A Simple Method (Bonus Beats) is a stripped down acoustic percussion work-out.
On the flip, Fulgeance (Musique Large) continues his recent run of scintillating form (Glamoure EP, Souleance) by pulling out all the stops with a cracking bass pummelling rework of Gak. Kelpe (Margins EP, Chocolate Money EP), who must also be on something a little stronger than coffee, finds time in his busy schedule to contribute a beautiful, synth-laced, bass wobbler of a remix on I’d Rather Be the Hunter.
released January 24, 2011
All tracks written and produced by Huess
Track B1 Additional Production/Remix by Fulgeance
Track B2 Additional Production/Remix by Kelpe