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Kutiman - Don't Hold Onto The Clouds: The Khaliphonic Versions
Don't Hold Onto The Clouds: The Khaliphonic Versions
12" | 2019 | US | Original (Khaliphonic)
15,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ophir Kutiel AKA Kutiman is a multi-instrumentalist from Tel Aviv, a “psychedelic space funk architect” to quote Straight No Chaser. When we were approached by his label Siyal about recruiting ZamZam/Khaliphonic artists for a remix project, we loved the idea right away - dub without borders or boundaries is our passion, and getting our hands on Kutiman’s freeform analog explorations felt like an amazing opportunity to push that passion further. All four remixes revel in the freedom of the original tunes, and each, while anchored in dubwise techniques, are totally unhindered by tempo or other genre constraints.
Kutiman - Sakla Beni
Sakla Beni
7" | 2019 | EU | Original (Siyal)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Kutiman is proud to present the singular new collaboration with Turkish chanteuse Melike ?ahin The single "Sakla Beni" ("Hide Me"), is a true cultural fusion in both sound and complexion. It is a haunting and emotional piece that unfolds so mature, cohesive and whole, that it sounds like the fruit of a long, joint musical journey and not of a first time collaboration. While the sound is unmistakably Kutiman's and immediately evokes the dense, psychedelic groove laden vibe of his 2016 epic album 6AM, the melodic and production approach radiates the afterglow of the Anatolian rock scene of the 60's and 70's. It is therefore easy to see why Sahin's piercing, confident voice sounds so at home in this setting.
Kutiman - Don’t Hold Onto The Clouds
Don’t Hold Onto The Clouds
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Siyal)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Housed in a full colour jacket with original artwork by Kutiman. In the era of the brand, Kutiman is an anomaly. A musician who’s a video artist who’s a producer who’s an animator who’s also the unwilling star of one of Israel’s most successful recent documentaries, his every record contrasts with whatever it was that came before. But that’s fundamental to his appeal: no one, not even him, really knows what to expect next. Unsurprisingly, therefore, Don’t Hold Onto The Clouds is no different, which means it’s like nothing he’s ever done. Most artists would acknowledge this by working under pseudonyms, but KUTIMAN is – yes, you’ve guessed it – different again.
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