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Roy Davis Jr. releases new EP, 'Wind Of Change', on Friendsome Records: Listen

"The EP is a reflection of my more analogue vision that got me into house music in the first place," he's said of the new record

Roy Davis Jr. releases new EP, 'Wind Of Change', on Friendsome Records

Roy Davis Jr. has put out the first release on a new Paris-based label, Friendsome.

Out now, 'Wind Of Change' comprises three tracks from the US producer, and forms the first release for a label that aims, it says, to create a balanced platform for artists across gender, race, age and background.

Explaining the label's ethos further in a statement, founder Michel D. said: "Friendsome is a collective aiming to bring joy and happiness to one and all. We are all different but together we stand as one. Old and young, women and men, we are citizens but we are tropical, we like the hard beats of acid and the happiest grooves of disco, still we're together."

Of the record's tracks, Roy Davis Jr. added: "I'm really excited to be putting out some of my raw electronic house tracks with my Friendsome buddies in Paris/ These tracks I have been vibing to, finally have a good home.

"The EP is a reflection of my more analogue vision that got me into house music in the first place so I brought out my classic MPC 60 with my Roland TR-808, TB-303 and Moog to transcend what house feels like to me."

Listen to the full release below.