Review: Frazer Campbell has been on a prolific run since first emerging in 2016, showcasing a keen instinct for sleek, refined deep house with a techy edge. This drop on Counterfeit Soul shows off the expressive expansive of Campbell's sound, leading in with the punchy "Don't Leave Me Honey D" and following it up with the fluttering melancholy of "My System". "No Drama" brings further Detroit influences to bear on Campbell's sturdy tech house beats, and then "Gazette" rounds the EP out with yet more accomplished machine soul musings. Immaculately produced and engineered for maximum club impact, this record looks set to get plenty of peak time floors strutting the good stuff this summer.
Review: London's Counterfeit Soul gathers some serious hitters for the labels 4th release. Full of the essence of Detroit, Label boss Frazer Campbell kicks of the A side with a Cloud 909 with the legendary Jorge Zamacona injecting the heat for Doom Dub. On the flip Jorge Caiado from Carpet & Snares creates a honey pot of smooth hypnotising chicago house with Ste Roberts closing the release with his signature rawness. A glossy yet textured elegance from these guys. Top tip for the Summer.