Drum and bass label Program (sister to Ram Records) has just released a couple of treats from Freek. Perhaps known best for “Cobalt 60” or last year’s “Human Being” for Ram, the producer works his magic with this release.

It starts strong with “Therapy,” an ode to a hovering bassline and dominating beats. With MC Jack Knife contributing some sharpness to proceedings, this club-ready banger has our seal of approval. In some contrast comes “Lately.” Freek delves into a more musical tip, using Chris Cotton’s vocals to allow its melody to glide forward with liquid precision.

He says of this pair of tunes: I’m really excited to get these two tunes out there as a single and I’m really happy with the complete contrast of styles. I believe having the A-side as a heavy hitting bassy stomper and the flipside the complete opposite – a melodic musical vocal number – is a great way to show off the different styles I like to work with. “



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