The elusive Cairene comes out of the woodwork with this gem.
Ekoda Map featured in the Japanese ‘Lights and Music’ blog here.
Some eloquent praise from ‘Dots and Dashes’.
Ekoda Map’s Twink EP is digitally released today! Comprised of six tracks and running just beyond the fifteen minute mark, the EP is available as a free download on Bandcamp - http://ekodamap.bandcamp.com/
Check it out below:
Koloto’s music is an exercise in focus both on her part and ours; a strange exchange of detail for attention, which it grabs effortlessly. UK based Maria Sullivan composes a variant of left field electronic music which sounds uncannily familiar, yet across refreshingly complex percussive rhythms it carries unquestionable intrigue and novelty. At times there are hints of stalwart edIT, at other times of Seven Ark tracks like ’ Glass Shattering Under Water’, but what truly stands out are melodic structures with a swelling ghostly veil, intensified because the palette of sounds at work is hard to place. It’s all rather enchanting. Multiple plays on BBC Radio One have confirmed Koloto’s relevance in a landscape wrought with bastardized quick fire tracks unwittingly serving - and exacerbating - our diminishing attention spans. Four tracks have been released, there’s word of an EP in the summer and evidence of a well kindled wave of exposure.
Enough waffle, listen here:
My latest effort.
Anonymous asked: whats your creative process?
the equivalent of putting a 9 year old kid in front of paper with a box full of crayons