The UK producer's next LP is due out on Prime Numbers in February.
David James Wolstencroft has long been known for his funk and soul-inspired style of house, a sound he established on his widely-loved 2007 album Working Nights and further developed two years later on In The Red, an LP that traded samples for live instrumentation. Since then he's changed his tune a bit, dabbling in deeper and darker sounds at his intimate 1 Red Light parties, where he's played alongside artists like DVS1 and Locked Groove. Treat Me Right strikes a balance between these two sensibilities, maintaining the hallmarks of his old productions (not least his taste for vintage vocal samples) while working within a more techno-inspired framework. The album will be available on vinyl, CD and MP3 through his own label, Prime Numbers.
02. T'es Une Pute
03. I Want You
04. Its Slow
05. Moonlight Kiss
08. Long Distance
Prime Numbers will release Treat Me Right in February 2013.