(Original Cultures) and Japan’s Sauce81 (Cosmopolyphonic).
Typesun is a frequent collaborator with Romaine Smith, the main vocalist on the original EP, and had writing credits on two of the original tracks, Six and Honey. Here he flips Six into a dancefloor killer driven by sparse percussion and bass fetish. EAN takes Ruben Hein’s love inflicted vocals for a spin over a broken headnod beat that twists into a dystopian nigthmare. Lewis James reimagines Aja Monet’s brutally honest poem with his unique touch, turning the sparse original into a slow-building epic. And lastly Sauce81 refixes the single, Hey Girl, into a slo-house jam that’s perfect for getting everyone in the mood. The remixes are available as a digital EP, while the original EP remains available as both digital and 12” vinyl featuring a cover inspired by the Ohio Players." - BANDCAMP.com // PRESS*PLAY >>