John Swing returns to his LiveJam Records label next month (Monday 5th December), with 10-track album ‘Assorted Moods’. We’ve got the exclusive premiere of ‘Freedom Of Speech’ from it below.
Every production on LiveJam Records so far has followed a singular approach of recording live straight onto tape, with analogue components giving a distinct character to each release.
Continuing that theme, Swing’s ‘Assorted Moods’ takes influences from from jazz, dub, funk and hip hop across the album, with ‘Freedom Of Speech’ one of the more floor-focused cuts from it – built on infectious snares, deep stabs and low-slung grooves.
Listen to the exclusive premiere of John Swing’s ‘Freedom Of Speech’ from his forthcoming ‘Assorted Moods’ LP below and buy it through Bandcamp.
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