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Trus'me - In The Red (Prime Numbers/Fat City)

Manchester DJ and producer Trus'me is coming out with another full-length album. For those of you that own his previous effort, 2007's "Working Night$", you know this will be something very special. Much like his last album, he offers the slower tempo stuff right alongside upbeat dancefloor gems influenced by jazz, disco, soul and funk. Just the way we like it.

This time around Trus'me called in other established artists to create the full package. He gets together with Amp Fiddler and re-edits the Bill Withers' classic "Can We Pretend" to open the album. He collaborates with Dam-Funk for a low-slung reinterpretation of the Was (Not Was) tune "Wheel Me Out". He puts together the title track with help of Detroit's Pirahnahead. He works with the trumpet talent of Colin Steel on "Need A Job". He even enlists Jazzanova vocalist Paul Randolph for their take on West Phillips' "I'm Just A Sucker (For A Pretty Face).

This album is well put together and has a track or two for everyone. But don't take my word for it, check the player below and see what Trus'me has to offer.

It looks like Juno will have "Bail Me Out" on 7" single at the end of November. The full album is due out sometime in December from Prime Numbers/Fat City Recordings.

Can't wait to play these babies out? pick up a digital copy to tie you over till the wax arrices


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