JT Donaldson - Pain 12"

February 26, 2020

JT Donaldson - Pain 12

Our good friends over at Support System Recordings have released this new work from Dallas's very own JT Donaldson. Check it out below and pre-order the physical copies here

JT's original keeps it deep with a driving bass line courtesy of jazz bassist Max Gerl. Swirling vocal bits, phasing keys and rolling congas push along the tempo and drive the melody creating another burner in JT fashion.
Soulphiction's Jazzed Up mix creates busier interpretations of the bass line while moving into another phase of moving rhythmic keys that is reminiscent of Lil Louis. The Dub Refix drives it further into the rhythmic keys making for a deep dub.

 

 






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