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Diesler - Day Of The Jackal

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Diesler - Day Of The Jackal
(7") Tru Thoughts TRU7098, 2006-05-29

Tracklisting :
A1. Day Of The Jackal
B1. Puppy Fat

Press Release :
Diesler releases his first 7" on Tru Thoughts with two tracks that are already rocking the dancefloors from CDR... 'Day Of The Jackal' makes you wish the World Cup was in Brazil this year... furious percussion, piano and heavy horns. 'Puppy Fat', already getting support from Mr Scruff, is a feverish funk track with a nod to stomping ska.

Diesler is keeping super busy with his radio show with Paul Nataraj on entitled "The In Sound From Way Out", non-stop worldwide DJing and a live 7 piece project in the pipeline.

Both tracks are taken from Diesler's forthcoming secodn album 'Keepies Uppies. Below are some of the reactions to the first 12" single from the album, 'Charmed, available at now.

Fat City Records - "This young talent is fast approaching the same league as Bugz and the Restless Soul crew when it comes to on point soulful dance music."

DJ Food (Ninja Tune) - "Good solid grooves as always, excellent tracks for mixing and a top bloke to boot!"

Mad Mats (Raw Fusion) - "Cool and soulful…will be spinning at the club for sure!"

Ben Smith (Big Chill) - "Propa grown up song bizniz from the northern wonder!"


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