New Imprint Glass Table's First Release
New London-based imprint Glass Table is whipping out its first release in June, and it is a slice of pure, deep Detroit-style house from Motor City resident Jimmy Edgar. "Hush" is a ponderous, lush track that shows its debt to Theo Parrish and Moodymann in a most reverent way. With a more frenetic remix courtesy of fellow Detroit wunderkind Kyle Hall also included on the single, the new label is off to a magnificent start. As an audiovisual teaser, check out the VERY, VERY NSFW video of Edgar's original track, available after the jump—just be forewarned that the video includes many close-ups of vaginas, so if that makes you squeamish, then you might want to pass.
Jimmy Edgar's Hush single comes out in June on Glass Table.
A1. Hush (Original Mix)
A2. BThere (Original Mix)
B1. Hush (Kyle Hall's Detroit Retro metro Remix )
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