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Trusme Working Nights
Trus'me - Working Night$
(CD/2xLP/Digital) Fat City Recordings FCCD026/FCLP015, 2007-11-16

Working Nights is the debut album from Manchester's latest production prodigy Trus'me. This 8 track set (plus bonus 'live mix' track 12:12 - CD only) features three of the hard to find Love4Music black label 12"s that shot Trus'me to notoriety in early 2007, garnering massive support from the likes of Gilles Peterson, Karizma, Carl Craig, Benji B, Mad Mats, Jazzanova, Mr Scruff and many many more... His brief carrer has already seen DJ visits to New York, Chicago, Detroit, Vienna, Amsterdam and Belgium as well as guest spots at Manchester institutions Electric Chair and Friends & Family. He has recenntly had an exclusive track commissioned for Gilles Peterson's In The House compilation on Defected and remixes for LCD Soundsystem, Jazzanova and Tru Thoughts are all pending in 2008... The Trus'me sound references the man's extensive record collection bringing to life decades of funk soul and jazz all with a razor sharp contemporary twist and an inherently Mancunian understanding of basement soul music.... Moodymann comparisons abound but Trus'me's sound is all his own. Expect a bright future from this producer including work with Paul Randolph, Linkwood Family and the mighty Amp Fiddler in the next 12 months... Working Nights contains five previously unreleased gems alongside firm favourites such as W.A.R., At the Disco and a new version of the house behemoth Nards, entitled Narda.

Trusme Working Nights
Trus'me - Working Night$
(CD/2xLP/Digital) Fat City Recordings FCCD026/FCLP015, 2007-11-16

Tracklisting CD :
01. Introducing
02. Drilling
03. At the Disco
04. Working Nights
05. Shakea Body
06. W.A.R.
07. Narda
08. Trus'Us
09. 12:12 (CD-only bonus track)

Tracklisting 2xLP :
A1 Introducing 2:25
A2 Drilling 5:54
A3 At The Disco 3:29
B1 Working Nights 6:19
B2 Shakea Body 6:16
C1 W.A.R 9:45
D1 Narda 7:42
D2 Trus'us 3:38

Notes : Licensed courtesy of Prime Numbers. A Prime Numbers Production
"At The Disco" samples Roundtree "Get On Up (Get On Down)" and McNeal & Niles "Summer Time"
"Working Nights" samples The Rhythm Makers "Soul On Your Side"
"Narda" samples Maynard Ferguson "The Fly"
"Trus'us" samples One Way featuring Al Hudson "Music"

Links :
myspace.com/linkwoodfamily
soundcloud.com/trusme
twitter.com/djtrusme
residentadvisor.net/dj/trusme
facebook.com/pages/Trusme/12179056991
discogs.com/artist/Trusme
fatcityrecordings.com
djouls.com/fatcity
soundcloud.com/fat-city-recordings
fatcityrecordings.podomatic.com
myspace.com/fatcityrecordings
facebook.com/pages/Fat-City-Recordings/273503325607
twitter.com/FatCityRecords
pnrecords.com
discogs.com/label/Prime+Numbers
soundcloud.com/firecracker-recording
facebook.com/pages/Firecracker-Recordings/182219451818873
discogs.com/label/Firecracker+Recordings

Press Release :
'Working Nights' is the debut album from Manchester's latest production prodigy Trusme. This 8 track set (plus bonus 'live mix' track 12:12 - CD only) features three of the hard to find Love4Music black label 12"s that shot Trusme to notoriety in early 2007, garnering massive support from the likes of Gilles Peterson, Karizma, Carl Craig, Benji B, Mad Mats, Jazzanova, Mr Scruff and many many more...

His brief carrer has already seen DJ visits to New York, Chicago, Detroit, Vienna, Amsterdam and Belgium as well as guest spots at Manchester institutions Electric Chair and Friends & Family.

He has recenntly had an exclusive track commissioned for Gilles Petersons "In The House " compilation on Defected and remixes for LCD Soundsystem, Jazzanova and Tru Thoughts are all pending in 2008...

The Trus'me sound references the man's extensive record collection bringing to life decades of funk soul and jazz all with a razor sharp contemporary twist and an inherently Mancunian understanding of basement soul music.... Moodymann comparisons abound but Trus'me's sound is all his own.

Expect a bright future from this producer including work with Paul Randolph, Linkwood Family and the mighty Amp Fiddler in the next 12 months... 'Working Nights contains five previously unreleased gems alongside firm favourites such as 'W.A.R.', 'At the Disco' and a new version of the house behemoth 'Nards', entitled 'Narda'.

The most interesteing and promising young producer in the country right now (Gilles Peterson, Radio 1)
Top stuff...putting Manchester back on the map once again (Piccadilly Records)
HOT LIKE FIRE! like the tracks!!!!! would like to add to dj set .....real cool. (Delano Smith, Mix Mode)
This shit is real Cool (Rick Wade, Harmonie Park) Hot Hot Hot, Hot! (Piranhahead, Mahaogani)
Need that where can I buy? (Mike Grant, Moods & Grooves)
Wonderful stuff and put together brilliantly ! Thank you ! (Ashley Beedle)
One of my favourite albums of the year alongside M.I.A. (Rob Luis , Tru Thoughts)
I am actually blown away from the flow and the production and ... the music. BIG album. my kinda housemusic for sure. 100% soulful (Michael Rutten, Soul Searching)
Trusme is bad! Deep dirty disco for both soul and house heads. (Mad Mats, Raw Fusion)
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