PREVIEW: Jesse Futerman – Exquisite Basement

Jesse Futerman returns once more to complete his trilogy of free digital EPs for Jus Like Music Records with his Exquisite Basement EP.

Following on from Super Basement and Fuse The Witches, the new EP, Exquisite Basement exudes a grown sound from Jesse. Commencing with the house-like ‘Trouble Man’ – a glimpse into his more uptempo material – the EP showcases that typical Futerman dusty, jazz breaks soulful sound, but with more body and soul than ever before.

In his own words; “Exquisite Basement marks the final chapter in my free EP trilogy on Jus Like Music Records. Everything you hear, with the exception of Jon Foster’s drums on the last song, is 100% samples – whether it be film, music or even some clips from old sci fi radio shows. Exquisite Basement marks not only the end of my free EPs, but also the end of my ’100% downtempo’ output. Look out for ‘The Love I Lost’ EP on Jus Like Music Records late 2013 on vinyl as it will showcase my new more ‘uptempo’ productions, as well continuing a similar downtempo style which is present on this ep. I hope you enjoy it.”

Tracklisting:

01. Trouble Man
02. One For Dan Zacks
03. Don’t Grecko Your Brother
04. Broken Glass
05. Disappear
06. Used To Be Thinkin’
07. For My Parents feat. Jon Foster

Exquisite Basement drops 6 May for FREE via Jesse Futerman’s Bandcamp page.