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Chillhomers drops ‘Tell Me’ EP on Live History Records


The Live History resident and undoubtedly one of their great hopes, Andrew Chillhomers, has prepared something very interesting for us this time in the shape of the stunning ‘Tell Me’EP.

The title track of this release ‘Tell Me’ is constructed in the sound of which Chillhomers‘ transition to a new level is laid. The track contains the many distinctive features of Chillhomers: funky wah guitar, vibey liquid pads and soulful vocals. However, the producer also demonstrates his other side, infiltrating the composition with a rather ominous mid-Reese bass. This has also been seasoned with the classic sound of the Amen-break, which he has very skillfully crumbled and overlaid with punchy snares and deep kicks! In this new body of work, Chillhomers is increasingly moving away from his inherent liquid funk sound and getting into the darker side! But that’s not all…

Command Strange is shaking Live History Records again with his mind-blowing and armour-piercing work! This time it is a remix of ‘Tell Me’. We are premiering that track today and he literally knocks us off our feet with his boundless energy! The rollerball turned out to be as danceable and catchy as it could possibly be, having absorbed the entire arsenal of the maestro of broken rhythms. High-quality and modern production, punchy drums, extraordinary arrangement and the deepest groove.

Closing the EP is ‘Everything’ which is a light summer liquid-tune inspired by the early work of Roni Size on V Recordings, with numerous references to traditional jazz, funk and gospel tunes. A rolling piece with a tight and fast rhythm, and of course, this pleasant liquid portamento bass.

Check out our premiere of Chillhomers ‘Tell Me’ (Command Strange Remix) below. The EP drops on 11th September so make sure you grab it from Beatport here