A - The Journey. (1993 Previously Unreleased)
AA1 - The Flute Tune. (1994)
AA2 - Space. (1993)
7th Storey Projects are back with a vengeance to bring you a brand new, limited edition 12" EP of rare and unreleased jungle rarities from the early nineties, and have teamed up with the legendary producer, The Invisible Man (Timeless Recordings, G-Spot Records, Good Looking...), on the release of 'The Journey EP'.
Opening with a previously unreleased, lost classic 'The Journey', a spiritual fore bearer of The Invisible Man's classic 'The End'. A 'Think' break driven, atmospheric stepper embellished by moody descending synths, soothing bass throbs and vintage sci-fi dialogue. 'The Journey' encapsulates just why 1993 was such a pivotal moment in time during the transition from hardcore to jungle to drum & bass, whilst keeping all of those essential elements enfolded into the one track.
1994's 'The Flute Tune', which was released, and subsequently sold out on the Sublogic Recordings label in 2008 has been re-released once more due to increasing demand for The Invisible Man's rarities. 'The Flute Tune' combines lushly euphoric pads which hint towards the artist's future dalliances with the Good Looking Records label, with fiercely tearing amen break edits. A track which melds the rough with the smooth expertly.
The EP closes with 'Space', which appeared alongside the classic 'Into Da Future' on the Camden Tunes label way back in 1993 under The Invisible Man's The Undergraduates pseudonym. 'Space' also straddles the hardcore-jungle divide with rolling amens, twinkling melodies and booming basslines battling it out with gorgeous atmospherics.
'The Journey EP' has been fully licensed for release by The Invisible Man himself and has been mastered and cut by Beau Thomas (aka Intense, The White House Crew, Babylon Timwarp) at Ten Eight Seven Mastering in London, which guarantees a top quality vinyl press.
'The Journey EP' is available for pre-order from the 7th Storey Projects webstore link below for £9.99 (plus Postage & Packaging), and is expected to be ready for delivery at the end of July 2015.
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