Discobelle faves in Danish duo Kenton Slash Demon are getting ready to release their new single “Harpe/Syko” for Australian label Future Classic, a limited 12″ vinyl release is set for a September 11th releasedate and the digital version follows on September 18th.
B-side track “Syko” is a sublime piece of organic sounding house music that leans on a twisted vocal sample and warped percussion.
Danish outfit Kenton Slash Demon had a 3 year hiatus but now we get to hear their new offering “Skydancer I” which is taken off their “Skydancer” EP that’s being released May 11th via their own imprint WAA Industry and as a collaboration with Australian label Future Classic.
The track is a 7+ minute long driving monster filled with a sinister bassline and techno darkness.
Barcelona man of mystery John Talabot readies the first volume of remix packages for his “Fin” album (one of the best albums of the year) and we can now listen to the streams of two splendid takes from Danish outfit Kenton Slash Demon and production tag team Pachanga Boys (AKA Superpitcher & Rebolledo).
As you would expect it from Kenton Slash Demon, â€œDaemonâ€ is a grand journey of larger-than-life proportions. The vocals are supplied by Nikolaj Vonsild, bandmate from When Saints Go Machine & Jon Philpot from psychedelia-loving Brooklynites, Bear in Heaven.
Axel Boman, the man behind â€œPurple Drankâ€ remixes the original into two outstanding interpretations. The â€œEpic remixâ€ is a vinyl exclusive and takes the shape of an epic, never-ending universe of chopped-up vocals and synth bonanza. The other is a dreamy, atmospheric, stripped-down â€œDub versionâ€ with an inconceivably massive bassline. Dancing with tears in your eyes is the order of the day.
Also, check out the projection laden video for “Daemon” after you grab the Alex Boman remix from soundcloud below, now downloadable!
The new single from Denmark duo Kenton Slash Demon is the third and final installment of their trilogy of releases entitled “The Schwarzschild Solution”. Named after the gravitational field outside a spherical, non-rotating mass such as a (non-rotating) star, planet, or black hole, it’s a rough formula to figuring out the gravitational field of a slowly rotating body like the Earth or Sun.
But even if theorizing about space isn’t for you, Alex Boman’s reworking of title track “Daemon” is a transcendent take of the original track which’ll only be around the vinyl release (March 28th on Tartelet Records), followed by a digital release of the original and Alex Bowman dub mix on April 14th. Stream it below!
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