Nigel Hayes Tales From The Shed Part 4 EP Page Updated | Afrobeat Lounge Nu Jazz Chillout Broken Beat

Posted on Apr 9, 2012 in Afrobeat, Broken Beat, Chillout, Downtempo, Lounge, News, Nigel Hayes, Nu Jazz, Releases

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The Tales From The Shed Part 4 release from Nigel Hayes web page has been updated… This is a STUNNING release, with Afrobeat, Nu Jazz, Lounge, Chillout and lots more – its a really funky, versatile release so please check it out if you haven’t already… scroll down to read some feedback, click the links to read all of it, and scroll further down on this page to play this release.. :-)

And yes, it’s a lot of feedback – thank you all for giving it to us… the least we can do is to share it with you!


Click here to listen to the Tales From The Shed Part 4 EP By Nigel Hayes, his 2nd Afrobeat, Nu Jazz, Lounge, Chill Out and Broken Beat release for Intelligent Audio!


lounge afrobeat nu jazz chillout broken beat nigel hayes tales from the shed part 4 ep intelligent audioJust over one year since Nigel Hayes penned the first two volumes of ‘Tales From The Shed’, he now releases parts 3 and 4 on London’s Intelligent Audio. Nigel Hayes original material is extremely rare these days – yet he remains one of the most respected players in house and techno. In IA he has found the perfect partner label to reflect his ethos.

Since all of our artists are brilliant prolific producers, each release – so far, at least – is split into two releases, one focused on House/Techno and the other allowing the artist to explore their full creativity with a more eclectic selection. IA1.6 sees Nigel providing 4 tracks in the Deep/Tech House and Techno genres while IA2.6 is a blend of Afro-Beat, Nu Jazz, Lounge and Broken Beat, with all tracks underpinned by live instrumentation.

Here we have Tales From The Shed Part 4  – Showing a huge range of what Nigel is capable of – he really is an outstanding producer, so please take a few moments to check this music out for yourself…

We bring you Bunny Chow – awesome chilled funky happy afrobeat – Fandango – brilliant nu jazz chillout lounge – Breakin’ Doors – wicked funky nu jazz broken beat – and Lisa’s Flat – a beautiful chillout lounge track that we loved right from when we first heard it – check them out and enjoy and please spread the word!

Since the early projects as Chaser (his partnership with Lars Sandberg aka Funk D’Void/Francois DuBois) for Soma Recordings, Nigel has always tried to blend live instrumentation with electronica and with this release he indulges his passion for both. In 2010 Nigel and Lars Sandberg (aka Funk D’Void/Francois DuBois) started studio production work together again as Chaser (they were previously signed to Soma from 1995-2005), and released the massive ‘Bite the Bullet / Odysseys Return’ EP on Urban Torque, which received a fantastic response across the board from DJs such as Darren Emerson, Dubfire and Ian Pooley.

If you want to license any Intelligent Audio tracks for ANY reason – and also if you would like to pre order this on vinyl, please contact us.


Please click here to listen to the deep tech house side of this double release by Nigel Hayes…

the Tales From The Shed Part 3 EP – Deep House,Tech House – Deep Tech House…



Danny Krivit, 78 Sessions / Body & Soul, USA – Hi Nigel… long time Love it!

Orde Meikle, Slam, UK – another cool EP – thanx guys

Nico De Ceglia, The End + various/ Radio / London, UK – Very nice ep

Daniel Poli, Suspect Package Records, UK – Just got back from some gigs in Greece and would have loved to have heard these on the beach when the sun was going down… my picks are Lisas Flat and Breaking Doors. thanks Daniel

Funk D’Void / Francois DuBois – Great work NIge! My faves are Fandango and Breakin’ Doors…glad to hear some new material from my old friend…

Ashley Beedle, UK – Cool EP with Fandango being the standout for me. Big support and hats off to Nigel.

Booker T- Fandango – good track

Joshua Iz, Bionic/Vizual/Bring Down The Walls, USA – Sweet downtempo grooves. Thanks!

Dubble D / Moodymanc, UK – nice vibes…cheers!

Robert Owens – love the vibe

Alland Byallo, Nightlight Music, Utensil Recordings, [KONTROL] – Classy stuff! Feelin Fandango.

Justin Harris, – nice ep – thanks

Steve Arnell, MyHouse-YourHouse, UK – Fantastic release, love every track. Top quality production.

Tyler Stadius, Dinamo FM/Proton – Amazing and such contrast to his techno side. Wow! Thank you.

Colin Dale – Not the type of music I play out but I can hear the quality here……fantastic music. Will be playing this loads on a personal level and use in some radio shows.

Bruno From Ibiza – Excellent stuff. will play all of them, great job Niguel!!!!!!

Brazilian Soul Crew, Grooveland Music, Brazil – Love the jazz feelings here. My kind of stuff. I will play them all.

Vince Watson, Tresor / Planet E / Delsin, Netherlands – tasty treats….Fandango is the cut here!

Shane Johnson, Fish Go Deep – Breakin Doors works well. Cool early 90s beats vibes.

Greg Fenton, Magazine Sixty, UK – its all good… will be reviewing for Magazine Sixty.

Gee Moore, Bora Bora, Brasil – UK – Some nice early afternoon tunes there many thanks :G)

Nick Holder – Cool stuff! Feeling the vibe! Thanks for sending!

Joshua Heath, balance @ king king, los angeles, USA – nice sounds on this record, proper for loungin :-)



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