This first release for the Artful Division imprint takes in two original cut from Rick Wade and remixes
from label bosses Jon Brooks & Cecil and fellow Leicester housers and City Fly residents, Höhle. Rick Wade drop some heavyweight deep vibes in the form of Cooler Heads.
With no rest for the wicked boe introduces a second debut for the label in 2012 and a special double feature from a new alias of a very promising Ukranian talent. The First Transition by G-Transition is a super deep journey through the cosmos, featuring shimmering pianos, rumbling drums and a touch of dark energy thrown in the reactor.
Moomin is back on Aim with a beautiful 3- Track EP. The A Side „Beautiful as you are“ starts of with a fierce and somewhat grungy groove, slowly turning into a wonderful dreamy yet joyful piece of house music. „Don‘t fly if it‘s foggy“ and the EPs title track „She said she won‘t be that long away“ on the B-Side are another two brilliant accomplishments in deepness.
Elbee Bad aka Lamont Booker is another great underground house pioneer from the formative days of NYC house in the late eighties. ‘The True Story Of House Music’ is the first time Bad’s catalog gets compiled for re-release. Although the best and most prolific part of his catalog is his late 80’s and early 90’s output, Booker never stopped producing (and dj’ing). Elbee Bad aka LB Bad aka The Prince Of Dance Music aka Lamont Booker aka The Voodoo Man, aka Lord KCB aka BAD currently lives and works in Berlin where he continues to work on music as well as producing and running his Bad’s Label.