Vinyl and second track are released on 21 of May or thereabouts, preselling now, Chemz is available right away.
Burial returns with a flash of light at the end of the 2020 tunnel.
‘Chemz’ is hooky, rushy and loved up - both an unhinged premonition of unleashed post-pandemic joy and a demonic flashback to past ecstasies in a hardcore style perfected in the UK. ‘Chemz’ is a 12 minute rave monster that has ingested several tracks and incorporated them into its distended body
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You don’t often see two titans at the top of their game collaborate, let alone create something that is as good as or greater than their individual works. At times it’s possible to hear elements from each artist, but the real magic is when you have no idea who did what, except contribute to the production of a piece of art that is regarded as a classic. Edward
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Four Tet just keeps getting stronger - this is extraordinarily rich and meditative, a rare album that effortlessly treads the line between something you can study or relax to (def not lofi though!) and something that rewards active listening - there are enough intricacies and sumptuously crafted details here to keep me coming back again and again.
My favourite is actually Love Salad but bandcamp's doing that thing where it only lets me select from a limited few... Tom Colquhoun