Be Glad You Create Anything / Communion / You’re Alive ( There’s Still Time )
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Be Glad You Create Anything / Communion / You’re Alive ( There’s Still Time )
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WOTEP 030
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12" Uk Vinyl
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K15 returns to WotNot after more killer releases on Eglo & Wild Oats, a collaboration with Henry Wu, and remixes for Nubya Garcia, Colm K (on Tiff’s Joints) and WotNot’s own William Florelle, not to mention the beautiful record earlier this year under his Culross Close alias. We're all creative but somehow, being 'creative' has become a class within itself, often defined and measured by the whims of popular culture and monetary gain, which leads us to devalue what we create if we are not successful by those metrics. We are all creative, we all use our experience, talent and feeling to shape and we should Be Glad We Create Anything. This EP holds onto this mantra tightly throughout, reflecting both the meditative and joyful effects of unimpeded creativity. The title track begins with K15’s signature introspection, deep washes of jazz-inflected textures before exploding into a rapturous syncopated synth groove. B1 Communion explores the spiritual angle with a devotional piano cadence over bouncing drum pattern, with interlocking bass and synth rhythms adding to the hypnotic mood. Wrapping up the release is a warm, deep-soak hip hop instrumental titled You’re Alive (There’s Still Time), a message to self but also a beacon of hope to those who have maybe not created as much as they would have liked, or have strayed from the path the intended to take.

Be Glad You Create Anything / Communion / You’re Alive ( There’s Still Time )
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Be Glad You Create Anything / Communion / You’re Alive ( There’s Still Time )
Label
Code
WOTEP 030
Genre
Format
12" Uk Vinyl
Price
€12,90
To Cart
Infos

K15 returns to WotNot after more killer releases on Eglo & Wild Oats, a collaboration with Henry Wu, and remixes for Nubya Garcia, Colm K (on Tiff’s Joints) and WotNot’s own William Florelle, not to mention the beautiful record earlier this year under his Culross Close alias. We're all creative but somehow, being 'creative' has become a class within itself, often defined and measured by the whims of popular culture and monetary gain, which leads us to devalue what we create if we are not successful by those metrics. We are all creative, we all use our experience, talent and feeling to shape and we should Be Glad We Create Anything. This EP holds onto this mantra tightly throughout, reflecting both the meditative and joyful effects of unimpeded creativity. The title track begins with K15’s signature introspection, deep washes of jazz-inflected textures before exploding into a rapturous syncopated synth groove. B1 Communion explores the spiritual angle with a devotional piano cadence over bouncing drum pattern, with interlocking bass and synth rhythms adding to the hypnotic mood. Wrapping up the release is a warm, deep-soak hip hop instrumental titled You’re Alive (There’s Still Time), a message to self but also a beacon of hope to those who have maybe not created as much as they would have liked, or have strayed from the path the intended to take.

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