The last few months must have been the most exciting of Joris Feiertag’s career so far. Even though the dutch drummer has been releasing music since 2015 (f.e. on Kraak & Smaak’s label «Boogie Angst»), his proper debut album will finally see the light the day within the next year. This upcoming oeuvre has been long awaited by his numerous fans worldwide – almost as much as it has been for Feiertag himself. Fortunately for all parties involved, the artist still managed to hold us over with a steady stream of quality music in the meantime (f.e. the two EPs «Severance» and «Heal» – both on Sonar Kollektiv).
To that end, the musician and producer extraordinaire now rations us yet another one-off treat:
«La Parisienne» is a spheric modern jazz funk track, reminiscent of the glorious days of 70s library music while forging links to the aesthetics of Early Sounds Recordings in Napoli or Mildlife in Melbourne.
Although this release was initially planned as a one song single, the two minute piece of bliss in the form of «Saviour» was added as the two songs compliment each other so perfectly. And with that, Sonar Kollektiv have tied up a fabulous double package..