King Britt presents Sraddha – Believe EP – Stranger In The Night

It’s records like this that get you refreshed and excited all over again as Dance Music’s electronic soul gets revitalised, injecting fresh sound and ideas into the equation. Believe, twists grainy synthesized sounds through a subtle Acid mangle while pulsating drums leaving you in little doubt. The keys then take centre stage via an excellent No Drums version, leaving remaining numbers: Memories and You’re All I Need to explore deeper themes with indelible impressions always and forever present.

Release: June 7


Fhloston Paradigm – Math Pt.2 – Kingbrittarchives

King Britt’s intriguing, brilliant alter ego Fhloston Paradigm sets pulses racing with the electronically super-charged, rule book discarding, flying free imagination and sonic possibilities generated by his initial recent release. Now faced with three new versions all hell may just break loose. For me John Debo’s version expands it all forward finding elements suggested by the original and developing them over the course of several minutes of drum infused temptation. Contrasting the intensity is OddKidOut whose shimmering, funkier flavours breathe a definite sense of relief and joy into it all. While conversely, Pow Wow turns it all upside down amid a rush of breakbeats. Outstanding.

Release: July 21