Experimental Russian producer, Ka Fu has announced his first album, Encoding: Master LP due to be released in early October. Ahead of this upcoming album, he has released the single, ‘Where Everything’s Ours’ followed by his most recent release, ‘Empty Days’.
“The bass trips along underneath the crackling mix of synth pad hits, each rhythmic snap echoing deeper into the ambient tunnel Ka Fu digs out. If Rival Consoles sitting alongside Brian Eno sounds like your idea of a super-date, check out ‘Where Everything’s Ours‘, you could just be in for a treat.” Clunk Magazine on ‘Where Everything’s Ours‘.
Turn Up The Volume praised ‘Empty Days’, “Its rhythmic vibrations and bass loaded beats will activate every single nerve in your itchy body while its underlying ambient foundation will stimulate your mind’s fantasy. Riveting achievement.”
The two singles represent very different aspects of wave music with ‘Where Everything’s Ours’ is treated with a touch from the ’80s with silky synths and a smooth melody, the perfect track to start the night off or end it, depending on the tone of the evening. ‘Empty Days’, on the other hand, receives a 90’s touch with a modern twist.
You can listen and compare the two tracks yourself below.
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