Monday, 14 January 2013

Theo Parrish releases "Sketches" digitally

Detroit genious Theo Parrish has released his famous album "Sketches" digitally. This is a special ocassion as a great part of Theo's music has never been published in digital format, because he one of the hardest vinyl protectors.

Anyway, this will help to get Theo closer to the newest generations which is always something good and from what everybody should learn.

Read full review of Sketches - THEO PARRISH on ©

From Boomkat:

*Available on Digital for the first time* Eleven tracks of essential productions from Theo Parrish!! Recorded between his studio in Detroit and the Red Bull studios in Cologne and Toronto, 'Sketches' features contributions from Larry Mizell, Dumminie Deporres, IG Culture, and the Rotating Assembly, all spreading the vibes hip deep. A highlight, the recently released 'Traffic' feat. IG Culture and Benjamin Lamar Gay makes an appearance, next to the kinky Afro-Latin minimalism of 'Thumpasaurus', and the astral slip 'n slide jazz groove of 'Kites On Pluto', but to be fair we're spoilt for choice on favourites. There's the low-down dirty bassline seepage of 'Black Mist', the coital percussive killer 'Wookie Nookie', the jaw dropping 12min 30 sec tropical synth and guitar vibe-out of '360@1:29on696 (full version)' feat. Dumminie Deporres, the bristling shock of his 'Untitled' workout with soul legend Larry Mizell, and a stunning, 10-minute electro-techno-funk closer in 'Feel Free To Be Who You Need To Be' nodding to classic Mr. De or Drexciya moves. Evidently Theo is in the mood for some with 'Sketches', balancing his rooted jazz background with proper technoid yearnings, making for an instant classic.

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