R&B with electronic / dub step elements. Rather atmospheric and is a slow grower but let it wash over you. Had this on repeat all night, so good.
For fans of: James Blake
Strong Four Tet meets Burial vibe with it’s sample manipulations, break beat rhythms and abstract sonics.
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Something of a mix between The Knife and Miike Snow but on the ambient dub step side of things– if that makes senses? That was my initial reaction to this track. It’s a late night mix tape track that has a ton of atmosphere.
Directed by Chris Lee & Paul Storrie.
As a side note, Chris Lee co-wrote and was the DOP of SBTRKT’s “Wildfire” video.
A big thanks to Thorfinn, a fellow listener of Audiodrums, that turned me on to this track from Elliphant. With vocal stylings similar to MIA, Elliphant does her own thing with her own flavor of dubstep pop.
Elliphant: Down On Life by ElliphantMusic
Elliphant announces herself with new video to the track ‘Down On Life’. Sounding like the twisted illegitimate offspring of MIA and Diplo – as deliciously fierce as the former but as intelligently playful as the latter – Elliphant pulls the balls of this dancehall slayer through its own throat and ties them in a cherry knot the other side.
Ellinor Olovsdotter slowly morphed into Elliphant through the course of a long (and lost) summer travelling in the UK with only a dubstep soundsystem for company. After falling in love with the urban music sounds of London she returned home to Stockholm, on Sweden’s East Coast, boasting sizzling MC skills and some serious lyrical prowess.
Now, having already won over the likes of Dazed & Confused [“all abstract lyrcisms and cheap dirty beats”], NME “[amazing'”], Pitchfork “[Elliphant sound like nothing but the future”] and the Guardian [“strangely captivating”] from afar’.
TRACK LISTING FOR SELF TITLED EP
1. Down On Life
2. Tekkno Scene
3. Make It Juicy
4. In The Jungle
5. Ciant Hear It
6. Ciant Hear It (jungle mix)