FYI.

This story is over 5 years old.

Arthur Russell, Herbie Hancock, and a Jazzy Deep House DJ Walked Into a Bar and Out Came Uffe's New Album on Tartelet

The producer and DJ is returning to the Copenhagen label with a new full-length, 'No!', out October 14. Stream the first track.
August 18, 2016, 5:10pm
Photo courtesy of the artist.

Tartelet Records and Uffe are a match made in heaven—for starters, they both are based in Copenhagen, and through their separate musical outputs have long set their sights on the more off-beat shades of dance music. After his 2015 album debut on the label, Radio Days, Uffe is returning home to Tartelet with a new full-length entitled No!, out October 14. While we promised we wouldn't share too much about the LP's inner awesomeness, we can tell you that like many releases associated with the label—check out Max Graef's 2014 album Rivers of The Red Planet for reference—it's a wondrous voyage through the interconnected realms of soul, hip-hop, and smooth jazzy house. Check out the first track from the album, the deep house bumper "Jump Into," exclusively streaming below.

Advertisement

Tartelet Records and Uffe are a match made in heaven—for starters, they both are based in Copenhagen, and through their separate musical outputs have long set their sights on the more off-beat shades of dance music. After his 2015 album debut on the label, Radio Days, Uffe is returning home to Tartelet with a new full-length entitled No!, out October 14. While we promised we wouldn't share too much about the LP's inner awesomeness, we can tell you that like many releases associated with the label—check out Max Graef's 2014 album Rivers of The Red Planet for reference—it's a wondrous voyage through the interconnected realms of soul, hip-hop, and smooth jazzy house. Check out the first track from the album, the deep house bumper "Jump Into," exclusively streaming below.

Pre-order No! here.

Pre-order No! here.