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steven julien - fallen - apron records - vinyl

AA 001 - 90383 - uk2lp - €23.99

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Genre: House

1 Begins
2 Chantel
3 Carousel
4 XL
5 Marie
6 Oshun
7 Fallen
8 Jedi
9 Kingdom
10 Reficul
11 Disciple
12 End




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Steven Julien Aka Funkineven


FunkinEven�also known as Steven Julien� drops his debut album on his own label. Well recommended - beautiful LP !

The first six songs introduce us to utopia; a collection which is matched by the light and airy tones of this initial set. The twist comes right down the middle, where we descend into the project's darker, hellish bogs. Both episodes intertwine seamlessly, and all composed, written and produced by Steven himself.

Julien plays the majority of the instruments you hear on the record, using session musicians � including three appearances from Hercules on bass � sparingly to plug any gaps. All the above choices combine to emit a contagious warmth that blankets the whole record. Within the dozen tracks, he jumps between everything from jazz fusion to techno. It's easily his best work to date.

Steven Julien first surfaced in 2009 with a refreshing sound unlike many of his contemporaries. While his peers flirted with R&B, abstract grime and whatever else, Julien forged his own path; one which partnered an organic, analogue sensibility with the sounds of electro, '80s funk, and acid. Initially affiliated with the Eglo camp, he eventually formed his own label, Apron Records, which has become a reliable outlet in its own right; not only for his own workings, but also as a home base for talents like Seven Davis Jr and Greg Beato. He's also proven to be an avid collaborator over the years, having worked with Fatima, Delroy Edwards, and, most notably, Kyle Hall, with whom he creates the unapologetically raw sounds of FunkinEvil.