Nigel Hayes – Tales From The Shed Part 1 EP

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 NIGEL HAYES – TALES FROM THE SHED PART 1 EP – Released: August 2010 – IA1.4

Intelligent Audio is proud to present the first original solo material from Nigel Hayes in over 5 years.

Nigel Hayes’ last outings were the critically acclaimed albums ‘….but is it art?’ and ‘it’s your move’ on Sunshine Recordings from Vienna. Both LPs incorporated complex arrangements, featuring numerous live musicians, skillfully blended with Nigel’s ear for electronica and what works equally well on and off the dancefloor.


Click this big link to find out more about Nigel Hayes


After taking some time out following the albums, Nigel engaged in some remix work including going head to head with Tom Middleton on two monster remixes of Francois DuBois’ ‘Blood’ for Urban Torque – a release which became one of the biggest dancefloor rockers of 2006. He has also remixed Motivators, Funkanala and Jobu for the much respected Here and Now Recordings as well as Ibile & Ade Sose for Bitches Brew, taking Afro-Beat in a new direction.

This release is IA1 – our deep tech house side – and Nigel Hayes rocks it for us here, with 4 deep house grooves – old school sound, and deliberate old school production – sure to rock any dancefloor – and they are infectious… :-)

Check them out for yourself and please share this with other like minded people …


Please click here to listen to the eclectic side of this double release by Nigel Hayes

Tales from the Shed Part 2 EP – Afrobeat, Nu Jazz, Chillout, Lounge and more…


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*Yeah – there’s a lot of it – you all gave it to us – THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR THE SUPPORT :-) so please spare a few moments to show Nigel Hayes some respect and see why he is still one of the most highly regarded nu jazz and lounge producers in the electronic music scene today… and more importantly… please share this page, spread the word, and go and buy the music and support this and any other artist you like :-

Nick Warren: Wow! this is a great ep, will play them all

Ashley Beedle: A great EP from Mr. Hayes with my fave being WILL I WON’T I. Big support. Good to have the lad back!

Laurent Garnier: lovely deepness will play

Bobi, Club FM, Macedonia: Beautiful, melodic tech/house on this one. this is an amazing EP, love every single track,Full support from me

Jay Tripwire: top shelf proper deep house inspired by the stars and moon themselves,music for lunar activities. i willl be playing these religiously, will i wont is one of the freshest tracks i have heard this year and Nigel is always a cut above.

Tyler Stadius: Pure class. Timeless, lush music. Excellent release! Thank you.

Ian Ossia: lovely package, Deep September is my fave

Vince Watson: Open Fire and Late are my 2 favs on here….support for the nice acidic groove on Open Fire!

Johnny Fiasco: dope laid back deepness!

Harri, Sub Club: nice work nigel, track 3 is my favourite, full support

Dave Mothersole: i like tracks 1, 2 & 4. nice ep  – will play. Thanks.

Orde Meikle (Slam) : All cool trax – strong EP – support matey

DJ Sneak: late groover for sure.

Bushwacka!: perfect for my sets at the mo. Xxx

Funky Transport: decent EP! will play Late

Joshua Iz: Gonna rock ‘Open Fire’ tonight but feeling ‘Late’ as well for the dancefloor. Really great EP. Thanks!

Danny Krivit: Very cool :)

Diz: Late sets the tone for any set geared at taking you on a serious journey musically.. Late but on time!!

Arturo Garces: Loving the deep vibe of this release Fav track here is “Late” will def put this in rotation

Fred Everything: My man Nigel! It’s been a while…enjoying this new release. Thx!

Shane Johnson, Fish Go Deep: Good selection of tracks – Will I Won’t I works best for me.

Lucas Rodenbush/EBE: all of this stuff is great… hard to choose my favorite. for me, i’d say it’s ‘will i won’t i’ sounds like a nice, serious cut good for setting the mood.

Adam Jay: Deep September and Late are my main picks. Well rounded EP all together though. Looking forward to more material from this label.

Owain Kimber, ADSR Music: Great Ep from Nigel, good to see him back on the production front… Solid business!

Tony Humpries: Great deep house tracks!

Konstantin, Deepology, Russia: Open Fire is for me ! Amazing groove. WIll support in Moscow

Trevor Rockcliffe: Will be supporting these grooves!!

DJ Nova, Rodon FM, Greece: Fantastic release. ”Will I Won’t I” tech dreamscape is amazing and melodic ”Late” is one of the best deep house track that heard during 2010.

Noah Pred: Nice deep summer tech affair – solid EP all around! Thanks for sending…

Lars Behenroth: Late’s shuffle is sick and open fire’s hot

Jane Fitz: solid bass driven deepness from nigel hayes – like open fire on the ep as well… nice release

Brothers Vibe: BIG Hayes fan – amazing stuff!!

Tres Manos, Spain: I’d recognize them moody chord changes anywhere.. Good ol’ Nigel in the mix!!! Loving “Late”! I’ll definitely be giving this one plenty of play! Good work! Glad to see Mr. Hayes back in it!

Matt Alline, Groove Armada: superb house tunes here cheers

Nikki Lucas: Ive been waiting for 5 years for Mr Hayes..and what a treat…MORE…

Deron Delgado, Stompy: Nice deep house!

Stefan Anion, Proton Radio: Lots of good stuff here. Love the classic late night sound. My 3 favs are “Will I Won’t I”, “Late” and “Open Fire”

Murray Richardson, Rebel Waltz: top stuff from mr hayes! – luv it all!!

Tommy Largo: love “late”. nice moody deep track

Andrew Duke, Cognition Audio Works, Canada : Love this!

Andy Ward, Soul Heaven: some nice music here..

Mateo Murphy: Classy tech house!

Justin Berman, Sud Up Recordings: Late is definitely the standout track on this EP for me. Diggin Deep September as well…

Mixman D: 5/5 Nice E.P…!!!

Jay Zimmerman, Red Melon USA: Big fan of Nigel’s work.. been wondering when we’d hear something new. And here it is! Love the depth of “Will I Won’t I” and the funky swing on “Late”

Chris Udoh: Well worth the wait !! nice one Nigel !

Benjamin McCourt/Brown (Unpopular Music) : Really nice ep with a great blend of techy and deep sounds that bring a combination of driving loopiness and blissed-out floatiness. Love the beats on Will I Won’t I.

George Cochrane, Prismatic Tracks USA: Pure Croydon ’01 goodness with modern details! This makes me want to get out my old UK tech vinyls and get back in the zone. Good show.

Dan Ruck, Smoke City Music: Deep September is the best track i have heard in a them old school chords! also realy like ‘will i wont i’ overall very good stuff!

Luciano (Cadenza) : Downloaded! Thanx!

Al Bradley: 3am Recordings/Chemical Warfare/Bugged Out, Manchester: Amazing! ‘Deep September’ is absolutely glorious, house music in its finest form! No fuss, all about the bass, keys & percussion, outstanding! Likewise with’Will I Won’t I’, just superb warm house music, full of hypnotic grooves. ‘Late’ reminds me of the old warm-up vibes at the Hacienda in Manchester – the highest compliment I can give! Lush and warm, fantastically deep. Finally ‘Open Fire’ toughens things up, but again retaining the depth. What a brilliant EP!

Gareth Sommerville, M8: Nice to see Nigel still making tracks. I’m feeling the swing of “Late”, it reminds me of Mood II Swing during their early 90′s pomp. Will defo play & support

Soul Minority, Spain: Great great EP, love all tracks !!! Thanks !!

Kelvin K: Great stuff here as expected. Lush sounds, love the vibe.

Daniel McGlashan, Underground Movement, New Zealand: Deep, dubby goodness. Will be keeping an eye out for more from Mr. Hayes

Elmar Schubert, Germany: About bloody time Nigel’s back! Quality throughout, all 4 tracks are brilliant. Didn’t expect anything less from one of my all-time favourite producers.

Justin Harris, Music For Freaks: very deep EP… would prob play Deep September early on..v. cool though

Andy Riley, Inland Knights/Toka Project: nice!!

James Blonde, Sweat Lodge, Germany: love the vibe here thanks

DJ Gomez, France: Very nice deep & chilly release ! Good Job

Da Funk, Acryl Music, Switzerland: will i won’t is my pick here! nice!

Richie J Point Blank FM: stand out track is deep september, love this tune and will be featured in my weekly radio show. Thanks

Joan Ribas, Ibiza Global Radio: superb ep

Christopher Colak, HalfStereo / Dinamo FM / Acik Radio / Basatap, Turkey: I dig this label and also am interested in IA2.4 Very good music here. Full support.

Louis Hughes, Two Deep / / 6th Sense Music / 1999 Recordings : I love the concept of this label doing both club music and the down tempo stuff. Will support this as lots of good grooves here. cheers

Below Zero Beats DJs: Nice tracks, especially Deep September.

Marcus Aurelius, Soul Fuel Recordings : Proper deepness all around. Late will definitely be in the bag…

Zoran, Bump Music, Australia: solid!

Stereo K,,, Great EP! Thx!

Simon – DeepSouthAudio, New Zealand: quality tunes.. all crusey jam .. just what my deepsouth house shows like.. thanks.. full support for this part of the project…

Raymundo Rodriguez, Jaded: Feeling the cosmic spacey bump of Will I won’t I

Trevor Vichas, Groove Suite USA: Great Ep and to hear some new tunes from Nigel. Will I Won’t I and Open Fire are pure heat!

Kiko Martinez, DocePulgadas RadioShow, Spain: GREAT TRACKS….LOVING IT!

DK Watts, House Controller, DI FM: lots of nice work on this EP. Feeling the Deep September track the most.

Tony D’Onghia, Radio Koper Capodistria Anima & Corpo, Italy : nice to hear from mr hayes again… i bought both albums on sunshine rec and i used to play in clubs “back together” a lot . airplay guaranted!

James Connor, Electrobarn, UK: Open fire is majic, also love deep september

Neil Quigley, Renaissance: Nice EP overall.

Lucas Hulan, Night Phunk, Czech Republic: like deep september

Joey Silvero, Distant People, UK: deep business! will i wont i is on point nice old school elements,also
feelin late ! many thanks

Kirby, Nordic trax, darkroom dubs, elevation, tango, amenti…, France: That Ep sounds like a great Time machine ! Lovin all the tracks, great mood, thanks nigel ! Will i Wont i is my fav, will play

Mieka Du Franx, Felinephonix Music, USA: “Deep September” is a sure peaker! Love Will I Won’t I for a deeper transition, superb production. Open Fire is hot too. Excellent EP.

Nobert Borchers, House Sound of Hamburg: Very nice uptempo house grooves!

Darran Nugent aka Aruba, Elevation/Proton Radio, Ireland: Nigel Hayes is a legend and Chaser was a huge moment in house for me. Open Fire is my favourite track here but they’re all great. 10/10

Andrei Fiber, Kiss FM, Ukraine: 5/5 great release!

Chris Jackson, Jump Recordings/ Resource Records, USA: SICK release! Diggin’ all the tracks, with “Deep September” standing out. Much support from California! Nice work!

Abyss, Buzzin fly, Renaissance, Compost, Forensic, Italy: yes very cool!

Jesus Gonsev, Troubled Kids Records, Spain: Nice old school sounds in here!!Love it!

Blacksoul Music, Croatia: 5/5 love it

Giano, Italiano Recordings, USA: Lovin The “Open Fire”Jam! All tracks are good, but i like that one the most :) Thanks again for the HOT promos! :)

Russell Deeks, iDJ Magazine: A strong and varied EP

Checkpoint/My Cuppa T: 5/5 I love the IA format! IA1.4 is just a brilliant release of house tracks. Techy, driving, underground but universally playable tunes. Will I Wont I is a favourite already – deep, percussive driven with beautiful instrumentation and spacey feel… equally perfect for big dance floor or jacked up in your headphones when alone. Superb! Thanks, CheckPoint


Deep September


Will I Won’t I




Open Fire


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