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Colour and Pitch Sessions - June 2015

Hosted by yours truly, this month's show includes a world premiere of Mark Ryal's debut release on the label, coming very soon. Tracklist follows- please support the artists & labels and BUY MUSIC!  01. Whitney Fierce - The Night Air - RIS Labs 02. Love Over Entropy - Tonii (Dixon Retouch) - Something Happening Somewhere 03. Flowers & Sea Creatures - 12.A.M. (Fred Everything Stripped Mix) - Buzzin Fly 04. Andhim - Boy Boy Boy (Joris Voorn Remix) - Black Butter Records 05. Nidalo feat. Bonnie Legion - Oblivion (Extended Mix) - Oh! Records 06. Bj√∂rn Mandry - When It Comes (Daso Remix) - Oh! Records 07. Peter Corvaia - Dusty Trails - Something Different Records 08. Spiritchaser - We Will Never Know (Extended Mix) - Guess Records 09. Tom Middleton - HEVA - Anjunadeep 10. Deux Tigres - Butterfly (Fred Everything Remix) - Moodmusic 11. Mark Ryal - Ebb and Flow - Colour and Pitch 12. Trulz & Robin - Magnetisk Smultring - Cymawax

Sumsuch - Shine feat. Will Brock

Since collaborating on ‘Simpatico’, the debut release on Colour and Pitch, US soul-man Will Brock and label boss Sumsuch’s transatlantic partnership has truly blossomed. As ‘Mega Jawns’, their album ‘Ten Letters From Home’ was released in 2014 on BBE Records, with a second album due for release in 2016. Written and recorded in just one night in West Philadelphia during summer 2014, Shine is a spiritual, afro-tinged Deep House track, featuring soaring vocals and life-affirming lyrics from Will Brock. Having created a truly unique remix for their debut single ‘Simpatico’, it seemed only right to ask aloof production maestro Q-Burns Abstract Message to do it again for ‘Shine’. Effortlessly defying genre tags as usual, his version is a tripped out, deeply touching and achingly beautiful piece of electronic music. Colour and Pitch regular Finest Wear delivers a vintage Deep House reworking, full of light, languid pads over a warm bass-line and masterful drum patterns. Closing out th