Deeply Agnostic

Available on Beatport.

Deeply Agnostic, by UK newcomer Jobe, is a stripped down interpretation of the classic house sound. A layer of percussion plays a counterpoint to an organ stab, and an insistent and deep bassline holds down the low end. Some choice vocal samples provide the hook and connect the track to a long tradition in house music.

The Remixes

San Francisco DJ/producer Dave Aju (Context.fm, Circus Company,  injects a dose of disco and funk to the track, turning it into a rugged, laid back groove with pitched down snares and Aju’s signature style to the vocal. Nude Photo Music artist Jon Gillham transforms the track into a main-room stomper, with some progressive elements and an infusion of techno in his Random Pattern mix. Another Nude Photo Music regular, Gold Code, returns with a stripped-down percussion and bass-driven take on the original. Label head Audioelectronic closes out the release with a funky, melodic, and spacious mix perfect for 6am sets.

Jobe – Deeply Agnostic by Nude Photo Music

2 Responses

  1. Alec JP February 22, 2011 / 6:39 am

    Reminds me of early Jay Tripwire low-end rumblers from a decade ago, nice & sublime :)

    Nice work Jobe!

  2. Jobe February 22, 2011 / 2:07 pm

    Cheers Alec! Knowing how much of a seasoned house head you are, that is solid feedback!

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