The Incredible Adventures Of Captain P: Escapism

ARTIST(S) Fred P
TITLE The Incredible Adventures Of Captain P: Escapism
LABEL Soul People Music | SPMBLP003
STYLES Deep House
FORMAT 2 x 12"
25,00
In stock
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A1. Entry PointA2. These TimesA3. NYCB1. All I Want To SayB2. Get ReadyC1. Way Of The VibeC2. Social ExperimentD1. Light UpD2. 21st Century ArtistD3. EscapismD4. To Be Continued

 

Fred Peterkin has decided that his latest full-length excursion should be credited to Captain P, an occasional alter ego first introduced on 2010 debut album The Incredible Adventures of Captain P. Musically, Escapism includes nods to many of his previously explored influences – slick Detroit hip-hop, Motor City techno, luscioius Chicago deep house, and so on – as well as audio musings on the effects of the Internet-driven news agenda (the superb, collage style cut-up “Social Media”) and the nature of art itself (“21 Century Artist”, a superb chunk of rubbery, soulful techno). For all the variety, it’s the dancefloor-ready cuts that really sparkle, with the dreamy “Escapism”, soul-flecked “All I Want To Say” and “These Times”- a brilliant hook-up with Lady Blaktronika – standing out.

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