It’s arriving on the confusingly titled Deep Burnt Edits.
Pépé Bradock’s classic ‘Deep Burnt’ is widely held to be one of the all time classics of deep house, and it’s getting a reissue next month on the producer’s own Atavisme label.
Originally released by the Parisian back in 1999 on the Burning 12″ through the Kif Recordings label, the track will feature on an all-new 12″ called Deep Burnt Edits. Despite the title, Juno Plus reports that the record looks to be a straightforward presentation of the original track, based on both the clips at the Wordandsound website, and the humorous track titles, which are ‘Surprise!’ and ‘The Surprise Is That There Is No Surprise!’.
Bradock will also be releasing his first new material since 2013 through his Atavisme label next month, a 12″ called La Fada that he describes as “a tribute to a very precious gift sent from Bagdad to Aachen via Jerusalem / That would have never arrived in Northern Europe without an heroic Jewish Man from South of France.”
Both Deep Burnt Edits and La Fada will be released on June 3, and can be preordered here. Revisit ‘Deep Burnt’ below.