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1 review | 9 people love this record: be the 10th! Here’s a treat for all you library music hounds - two newly-discovered collections of previously unreleased music from the KPM archives totalling 20 tracks of smooth incidental funk with great orchestral and synth sounds, conjuring various moods by way of bouncing rhythm section grooves, evocative synths and cheeky little melodies.The ‘New York Trouble’ side (“Punchy drivin ... »

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Unreleased Recordings From The KPM Vaults by New York Trouble / Electric Progression
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9 people love this record. Be the 10th!
8/10 Mike Staff review, 09 January 2013

Here’s a treat for all you library music hounds - two newly-discovered collections of previously unreleased music from the KPM archives totalling 20 tracks of smooth incidental funk with great orchestral and synth sounds, conjuring various moods by way of bouncing rhythm section grooves, evocative synths and cheeky little melodies.

The ‘New York Trouble’ side (“Punchy driving soul for both serious and light hearted contemporary drama”) is the more upbeat of the two, with plenty of bass-led little funk vignettes, orchestral textures and chirpy tunes, while ‘Electric Progression’ (“Strikingly progressive themes featuring synthesizers, electric piano and rhythm section”) is as you would expect more of a horror-funk synth fest, still quite cheeky and fast paced but with a bit of a giallo bent with plenty of atmospheric organs and quirky analogue synth sounds.

Those people who’ve been enjoying all the great library reissues and modern day analogue nostalgists are bound to get a kick out of these recordings, with their wily, playful atmospheres, classic synths and pacey, accomplished percussion. A really fun record.


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