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Their sounds compliment each other, but can also stand alone in their own right too, which is what feels special about the compilation.Could you pick out three tracks from ‘Kaizen Movements’ that you think everybody should listen to?- - - - - - Tell us about ‘Kaizen Movements’ – what were the aims behind it?
Since the compilation dropped, the track’s seen support from Butterz on Rinse and might even see a cheeky second release on ‘Kaizen Movements Vol. He’s definitely one to watch this year – his productions lie in that experimental, grimy landscape.
Three: In October 2012, we were approached by the Contact Theatre to curate their Black Sound Series event, in light of Black History Month. His sound is a sort of futuristic interpretation of Rn G, filled with ambient spaces, emotional ad-libs, and spoken-word.
This was the first time we’d ever worked on a big-scale project, that wasn’t just a club night, and it was a really fulfilling experience. Even now I have trouble defining the sound of the EP because it’s so abstract, but “gully romance at its finest” is one of my favourite descriptions from reviews it got. ONE and Mac Real, are also massively important to the BPM movement, as well as our behind-the-scenes characters: Fred Velody (videographer) and David Sinclair Smith (photographer).
In fact, he’s the only one off the compilation who doesn’t live in the UK. ONE has been with us since day one and released his debut EP, ‘Lucid Dreams’, on BPM in March.
His Greek heritage totally shines through and I could totally see Gilles Peterson supporting his music one day. He’s influenced by all sorts: R&B, soul, jazz, purple music, UK funky. What I love about ‘You Should’ve Known’ is the simple beautifulness to it. ONE, is Manchester based, juggling music and university commitments.One of the reviews I read dubbed ‘Lighthouse Blues’ as the “wild card selection”, which I felt was pretty fitting as it’s hard to compare it to anything else.