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Marquis Hawkes is a English producer residing in East Berlin. Loved by so many for his razer sharp take of house and jacking Chicago productions - here we have four fantastic slabs of wax all on full colour outer sleeves.
028 | Fifty Fathoms Deep
"A stone cold Killer - track of the Month" - Both Mixmag & DJ Mag
Four cuts, demonstrating four of many different sides to Hawkes’ formidable production talent, take us on a journey from retro flavoured goodness through to phuture phunk spectacular. Up-front House jams, through jazz inflected depth, culminate into quirky cyberpop :- think Prince meets Nenah Cherry, being held hostage by Gene Hunt’s relentless 909 selections.
037 | Raw Materials
The title track eases us in, with dreamy vocals, dusty pads and deep 808 beats. The flip however takes no prisoners with two cuts of raw drum machine clatter and strained vocal cuts on '‘Ave That', and primal analogue tones on 'Jerk U Later': deadly dance floor destroyers designed to drill straight to your core.
066 | I'm So Glad feat. Jocelyn Brown
Marquis Hawkes returns with an absolute beauty of a package alongside the indisputable queen of RnB & Soul, Jocelyn Brown.
The release also includes two remixes from producers at the top of their game, house legend Paul Woolford and close friends, Polish duo Catz ‘N Dogz, each tackling the crystal clean house anthem ‘I’m so Glad’ turning in monumental dance anthems which will be heard across dance floors for some time to come. (Also bonus extra – Paul Woolford Dub Version)
098 | Dont U feat. Ursula Rucker
Lead single ‘Don’t U’, an intuitive high-energy club track that wears its heart on its sleeve, features American spoken word artist and activist Ursula Rucker who captures a moment of divine elevation on the dance-floor. The EP also features three ‘Don’t U’ remixes from Hawkes, one Club Edit and one Dubbed Out Vocal Edit, as well as a propulsive, menacing B side titled ‘Don’t Do Acid.’