New Brighton Music

Welcome to this week’s new music post. As usual it’s a real mixed bag, but this week it’s got more of an electronic slant. First up is a new release from Ital Tek, which came out this week but is made up of recordings from sessions from his album Hollowed in 2014/2015. The EP is called The Speed of Darkness, which is also the name of the ambient opening track, but the bandcamp page where you can buy the EP jumps straight to Time Out which is more familiar techno territory:

Next up is a track from Bloom, who have embarked on a remix project of Letting Go from last year’s album What Is Life. The first comes from Champion Fever, otherwise known as Steve Baker, guitarist in Blue Spectre and contributor to many other local projects. Nine remixes will be released in total with proceeds from the sale of each going to mind, so did deep:

Sea Bed‘s latest track got it’s premier on The Line of Best Fit last week. It’s called Silent Song and is another of their new batch of more song based tracks:

Finally, If you like your hip hop with lots of glitchy samples, then the new two track release from klsr might be up your street. Both tracks combined clock in at less than two minutes – this is real blink and you’ll miss it stuff:


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