In demand man-child Marquis Hawkes debuts on Creme with a free flowing range of shabby bangers and euphonic middle class white boy ghetto anthems, specifically designed to entice, entertain and appease insouciant techno throngs, weekend warriors, armchair activists and recreational drug users.
Creme Organization celebrates their 10k barrier of soundcloud followers with a free pack of tunes by Marquis Hawkes, Jorge Velez, Trackman Lafonte & Bonquiqui, Innershades, Yør, Orgue Electronique and Delta Funktionen. Free free free, so go grab this early Christmas present!
Hot on the heels of the release of Neville Watson’s Songs to Elevate Pure Hearts album, Creme Organization releases a three track EP of remixes from the longplayer. The first is by Watson’s frequent collaborator, Bulgarian producer and live specialist KiNK. He tackles ‘Songs To Elevate Pure Hearts’ and laces it up with some lazy old rave breakbeats and plenty of lucid synth and melody pattern before Marquis Hawkes takes on ‘Against The Tide’. He imbues it with what is fast become a trademark sonic weirdness, with wrought iron synth bars interlocking with molten synth lines and a slow, purposeful and predatory mood. Finally, American Moon B turns in a trippy outsider house version of ‘Son Of House’ with off kilter claps, see-sawing synths and organic drums.
New release on Dixon Avenue Basement Jams by Marquis Hawkes called “Higher Forces At Work”.