R Kitt: Ripples From the Edge

R Kitt SKU: 40277219
R Kitt: Ripples From the Edge

R Kitt: Ripples From the Edge

R Kitt SKU: 40277219

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

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Title: Ripples From the Edge
Artist: R Kitt
Label: Night Tide
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 4260038318508
Genre: Electronic

Dublin's R. Kitt, fresh off the back of an incredible live throw down at AVA Festival in Belfast, sent us through some divine music that was a must-have. Ripples From The Edge shares five sentimental yet forward-thinking originals from the rising producer as well as a remix from label founder Eluize. The title track comes with cascading arps, ariose droplets, and pure, smokey pads that burst through a jungle of thumping percussion. "I Wish You Hadn't Said" gets going with gritty breaks and glassy synths that would be at home on a fog-laden warehouse floor, and mood-lightening melodic jabs slice through before things turn back to a tumultuous minor. "Strange Perspective" is casual and light-hearted, funk-charged electro. On the flip, "Stitch Up" feels ancestral, with heavy bass, earthy leads, and a dark and enigmatic vocal hitting heavily. Damhsa, the Irish word for dance, inspires the next jam, "Machine Damhsa", a fast paced 4/4 beckoning to do so. The track's breath-taking breakdown gives a moment of transcendence between it's boundless energy and pulsating drive. Eluize couldn't resist the lush melodies from "Ripples," and dives in to turn out a cosmic, '80s-touched b-boy-ready version. Photography by East China Sea Photo Club, a film photography collective based in Kagoshima, Japan. Design by Danny Ogden.


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