Taken from the album ‘Friendly Bacteria’, released 19 May 2014 on Ninja Tune. Featuring @matthewhalsall on trumpet/fx & @taz-modi on rhodes & stringy synths. Mastered by Kevin Metcalfe at Soundmasters. Heavy!
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Album launch party at the Roundhouse in London on 31 May, plus gigs in Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol, Bournemouth, Oxford, Southampton, Norwich, Hay on Wye, Blackpool & tons of festivals.. Full list of gigs here: http://mrscruff.com/gigs/
Peter Kremeier, AKA Losoul, has always been an artist we’ve greatly admired here at Hypercolour, so it’s a real thrill to have him on the label at long last. A huge catalogue of eclectic, distinctive and funky music for labels like Playhouse, Moodmusic and Freak ‘n’ Chic, Losoul turns in two exceptional tracks on the ‘Slowly Turning’ release here.
‘Daddy, What’s A Rise?’ is classic Losoul; a heavy low slung groove never lets up, with micro disco stabs and distant vocal snippets, looping round and round for over 10 minutes, but without ever standing still, the filtering and deft touches keep things moving at just the right funky pace.
B side cut ‘Time & Space’ is a glitchy and dubbed out affair, a solid 4/4 beat underpins a myriad of delayed percussion and panning synths, spatial effects and an incessant chord stab, head music for the heads indeed!
Losoul contributes to the Hypercolour resurgence that has pulled in left of center releases from the likes of Eliphino, West Norwood Cassette Library, Will Azada and Maya Jane Coles over recent months, with plenty more goodies lined up for the coming months ahead.
What is it when you realize that someone isn’t right for you? Or when you find that you do not and can not posses someone entirely? You want someone so bad and it feels like hell.
It’s not like the first time, once loved love evolves, and you no longer have as much control, and it frustrates you. I think because of this feeling we find ourselves constantly wanting to reset, like new years resolutions, like dreaming up moments from the past where the ending flips on its head, like true forgiveness…We just want to say “wait wait wait, this went too far in the wrong direction, can we try that again.”
We are super excited to give you today’s FREE MUSIC MONDAY from the incredibly talented Tourist. After kicking up a stir in the online world with ‘Together’, Tourist is back to release his ‘Patterns EP’, which shows him teaming up with vocalists for the first time, resulting in a future smash collaboration with Lianne La Havas and the brooding ‘I Can’t Keep Up’ featuring the soaring vocals of Will Heard. We have an exclusive stripped back Dub of ‘I can’t keep up’ for you today…thank you Tourist!
The ‘Patterns EP’ will be released on Disclosure affiliated label, Method Records on 20th April.