Slip away with Japanese ambient and dramatic German electronica to dark Belgian jazz and haunting Swedish alternative.
This week is curated by British-Nigerian electronic music producer and songwriter Tony Njoku whose mix of genre-fluid production and vulnerable vocal style has seen him share stages with the likes of Gaika, Rival Consoles and Kokoko! Njoku has just released his most explorative EP to date KILLTONY, seeing his edged harden with a distinct trap and hip hop influence throughout.
In his words: “These are some of the tracks that are bringing solace and relief right now….An eclectic mix of some classical, ambient, rhythmic and pop favourites of mine; with the addition of some tracks from my recently released EP titled ‘KILLTONY’, I hope you enjoy! It was a pleasure for me to put this all together, and gratefully I feel like these tracks help represent the mindset and emotional spaces that were occupied during the making of my EP. It’s a real treat and I hope you enjoy!”
Grab your copy of KILLTONY over on Bandcamp.
Susumu Yokota – Saku
A Winged Victory For The Sullen – We Played Some Open Chords
Mica Levi & Oliver Coates – Pre-Barok
Thom Yorke – Dawn Chorus
Tony Njoku – In All Its Glory
Nonkeen – Ceramic People
Thom Yorke – There Is No Ice (For My Drink)
Tony Njoku – KILLTONY (ft. New World Ray)
Young Fathers – Wow
Vince Staples – 745
Tony Njoku – The Strange Dance Of Reality
ROSALÍA – DI MI NOMBRE (Cap.8: Éxtasis)
Slime – My Company
STUFF. – JAVA
Wildbirds And Peacedrums – Retina: Bleed Like There Was No Other Flood
Nils Frahm – Peter
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