Quenum ‘Another Day EP’

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Artist: Quenum7102_another-day
Title: Another Day EP
Format: 12″ & Digital
Label: Serialism Records
Release Date: 30 April 2012
A1. Another day
B1. My Furious Thing
B2. Everyday People
*Digi Only: Electric Prayer

Phillipe Quenum, Cadenza co-founder and long-time dj & producer emerges on Serialism Records armed with a soulful, four-track EP just in time for Spring. Widely known for co-producing the 2003 hit, “Orange Mistake”, as well as a myriad of other first-rate outputs, this gifted producer needs no introduction. Quenum’s Another Day EP is right at home on Serialism, a label that’s known for its consistent and classic dance-floor orientated releases from the likes of Frank Haag, Sierra Sam and Jin Choi.

Laden with emotive, ascending synths, abyssal atmospheres and dubby basslines, this record is the true mark of a seasoned producer. From the percussive and texturized arrangement of Another Day to the Chicago inspired oscillating goodness of My Furious Thing, to the late night deep vibes of Everyday People to the nu-jazz flecked digital only Electric Prayer, Quenum knows how to evoke emotion on the dancefloor. Each track is the perfect backdrop for the onset of the Spring / Summer season, all four cuts melodic and deep, infused with elements of Chicago house, and touches of both soul and jazz. This timeless release further affirms Quenum’s rightful place as one of the top producers in the game.

Quenum has worked professionally as a dj since the early 80’s, and released sixty records on labels including Crosstown Rebels, Thema, Cadenza, Systematic, Soma, Trapez and Contexterrior. His music appears on close to 20 compilations on imprints such as Fabric, NovaMute and Cocoon. With a new booking agent, a just released Bodytonic podcast, an EP out on his own Clapper label, and a remix for Philip Bader on Highgrade, there is clearly no slowing down for Quenum in 2012. On the horizon, lookout for an EP via Crosstown Rebels and a special track featured on a future Get Physical compilation.


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