Considering how much I was anticipating the release of that Bllud Relations, I wonder why I still haven’t bought myself a copy. So this is somewhat a reminder for myself, for I’m a sucker for just about everything that has a little Bullion involvement. Well, maybe you’re asking yourself the same questions after hearing the duo’s piece above. Keep an eye on the DEEK Bandcamp page for the single, or if you rather fancy the full album, I’ve spotted copies at Boomkat, Rush Hour and HHV.
Only a couple of days ago, we posted the Bllud Manifesto, a first track of the new collaborative project by Bullion and Jesse Hackett. Playful as ever, the track manages to span from blues to galactic funk and it has those vocals that became Bullion’s sort of new trademark. All in all something to look forward to, just that there’s (again) no info on a possible release. Patience!
Bullion’s Deek Recordings unleashed another new side-project, this time the busy Londoner teams up with Jesse Hackett (aka Elmore Judd.) It’s not first collaboration, but this time it’s a longplayer they have on their mind. No further details, just the teaser you can listen to above – enjoy!
(via Gilles Peterson)
Following releases on One-Handed Music and R&S, London’s Bullion started his own label Deek Recordings earlier this year. The second release is a 7-inch by Nautic, a trio consisting of Tic, Laura Groves and Bullion himself. The record will be in stores starting December 3, 2012, pre-orders are available from Boomkat and Rush Hour. Digital buyers will be able to get it directly from the label.