Technicolour to Release Kutmah 'Our Mannequin' EP ft. Seven Davis Jr.
Underground electronic talisman Kutmah doesn’t often release new music. That’s an approach that runs counter to the paradigm; unedited, under considered, unfinished songs being constantly flung up onto blogs and Soundclouds - and that alone makes him stand out.
Our Mannequin conjures up the spirit of early electronic music in more ways than one. His funk-ridden drums and bass, synths that drench over the ear like waves, and filtered, robotic vocals hark back to German synth-wave and post-punk. The difference is the in the tempo, which clearly demarcates Kutmah’s roots in the LA-via-London, leftfield beat scene.
His early musical axis ran between Suicide and NWA, influences that go some way to representing the originality you hear in his music. It was after he was deported back to the UK from LA that he ‘locked himself in a room and made this dark record.’ He brought the EPs collaborators into the shadows with him. ‘Zackey Force Funk usually make’s thug dance music,’ Kutmah says, ‘and Seven Davis JR will never do a record like this again.’
A1. Noise in my Brain
A2. Tranzition feat Zackey Force Funk
A3. Agalmato feat Seven Davis Jr
Our Mannequin EP released on 12" -
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