Album out now, 'Ear' by Bearface

ear-record-cover-smaller "Wicked club cuts. Thank you! " - James Zabiela

"Pick up the whole ep!" - Todd Edwards (USA)

"goodness... supporting this album all summer, Stretch Silvester x" - Stretch Silvester / Kit Tacchin (Paper Recordings)

"top selection of trax, included in a tech house podcast ive done, so much quality recently fav of these is what was and

elevator, reminds me of early bleepy techno" - Revival88

"Will play this for sure! great release!! Thanks"Gunrose (Portugal)

"rotation here... love them " - Christian Homan (RTE Ireland)

"still hammering Tuba all over the place, love this Album"Justin Sloe / Droog (USA)

"My four stars goes to What Was which is a killer dance floor track. Honorable mention to Supermercado." - Quentin Harris (USA)

"Great selection of killer cuts!" - Mole & Aya

 

We are proud to present the first album, 'Ear' from UK house producer Bearface.

Born in Bristol to Punjabi-Indian parents and raised on a healthy diet of classical music (european and asian), hip hop, and rnb, Bearface was part of the acid jazz scene as a percussionist. He moved to London in the late nineties where house music was the flavour of the clubs; this was the ignition switch for a decade of electronic musical pursuits.

This culmination of releases and remixes reflects the diversity and talent of one of West London's finest EDM producers. After 10 years of producing records and being featured on labels such as Stealth, Defected and Vendetta records with Bana Kuba, a partnership with Dj Max Mistry, Bearface finally consolidates his best works to one album.

'Ear' is over 60 minutes of House music, from full on tribal to spaced out minimal; ethnotic . The common denominator prevails: the love of drums.

Included in the album are new productions like 'Tuba', a track formed from the desire to strip back the production, prioritising the drums and bass. From conception to dancefloor, a success; 'Tuba' received great support:

“Wicked deep groover to get lost to” - Hector Romero “sick groove love dis” - Mr G “Great” - Todd Edwards

Also included is the deep house chugger 'Hausmarchen';

"Massive tune!!!"  -  Mattie P (Reprezent 107.3 fm) "4 / 5"  -  Jonathan Davies (Shazam) "deep , sexy and sassy baby "  -  Bruce B, England - Real City Radio

Remixed material such as 'Forget' by Rami Ali, a track with a strong Afrobeat vibe, was acknowledged during a preview at the ADE 2013 closing party by Roger Sanchez and Kenny 'Dope' Gonzales.

A remix of Trashcan Disco's 'Liars' is present to offset things with a barn storming Indie pop house mix featuring the vocals of Kim-Leigh Pontin.

From laid back to banging is the spread of this musical journey. Bearface keeps things fresh for each release, providing a variety of different tastes for one to sample, yet keeping the groove.

Artwork by Kim-Leigh Pontin