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Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Here’s your first look at some more J-Zone live drumming action via this new Fre$heep 45. This limited-edition 7″ features ‘Just Let Me Be’ featuring Roc Marciano on the A-side and ‘Sailing High On Valium’ featuring Zone getting his Clyde Stubblefield on for the flip. Check back in a few days for audio of the Marci track…
You can pre-order both the single and the Anti-Depressants CD now via Bullet Proof Crates. Only 200 copies of the 45 are being produced, with a choice between blue and regular vinyl.
Here’s a run-down about this project:
For the past 16 years, DJ Sheep has been recognised worldwide as a DJ, turntablist, 3-time DMC DJ Champion, hip-hop journalist and record dealer. Having dabbled in beat-making in the past, it’s been over 10 years since he touched the MPC to make a beat, preferring to supply samples and records to producers around the world such as Jake One, Paul Nice, Edan, Southpaw Chop, DJ Shadow, DJ Babu, Cut Chemist, Buckwild (D.I.T.C.), Egon (Stones Throw), DJ Revolution and many others.
Reaching a very dark moment in his life, DJ Sheep decided to focus his efforts and energy into his first release collaborating with long-time friend, Matty Fresh (The Ginza Crime Library) forming the production crew “FRE$HEEP”. Their debut album “Antidepressants” features 14 tracks, sourcing some of the dustiest soul records and drum breaks in DJ Sheep’s extensive, world recognised record collection, known as the “BULLETPROOF CRATES”.
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