This record is unique in the fact that it was written and produced by E.A.R’s one and only Jacob Kelly aka J.Cub and features live keys and horns by 2 of the most respected musicians in the industry.
On the keys is none other than JD73. JD73 (JazzDoctor73) is the alter ego of Leeds based musician/producer Dan Goldman. A regular face on both the UK and International music scene for over 10 years, Dan has played live and in the studio as well as collaborated, remixed and produced tracks for some of the most progressive and talented profile and underground artists and acts across the globe. He has toured with Morcheeba, remixed Ibiza based Leeds act Nightmares on Wax and Bonobo, as well as releasing his own work. This guy is a genius!
On the horns we have Tim Hutton. This now Leeds-loving lad has a huge amount of credibility under his belt having produced an album under the guise of Sugardaddy with Tom Findlay from Groove Armada, written with and toured for the last 5 years with Ian Brown playing bass and brass. Sung, played and written loads with Groove Armada over the last 8 years or so. Sung, played and wrote with Prodigy on their latest album “Invaders Must Die”, and was the lead singer on their single “Omen”. Is a long term member of the Dub Pistols and Hybrid. One time member of the Cuban Brothers, has just finished Ian Brown’s new album on which he co-wrote and played drums and brass. Has just put vocal on 3 tunes on Hybrid’s new album… the list is endless!!!!
This record represents the future sound of E.A.R injecting the world of music with a fresh, original, live new sound. Re-edits are a thing of the past and we fully believe that moving in this direction and sticking with vinyl only will make us stronger and stronger in the years to come.
J.Cub presents The 3rd Quartet “Etymology”
On the mix is the Italian known as Nicholas. With a strong heritage in remixing vinyl disco, this kid has made this live masterpiece club ready.
“Etymology” – Nicholas House Remix
This record, as always, is available on 12″ vinyl only with only 300 presses. You might want to rush out and get one. Buy it here…
One last thing – for those of you who are dying to know, Etymology “is the study of the history of words, their origins, and how their form and meaning have changed over time’.