Accompanying the launch is lead single 'UKA', modelling as a club-leaning breaks-meets-percussive affair, with vocal chops, rumbling low-ends and broken up drumbeats throughout. Extra subtle quirks and oddities are thrown in for added flair, resulting in early support from Ben UFO at the beginning of January.
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“We’ve made loads of tracks together over the last few years, bouncing between our various basements and bedrooms, and finally decided that we wanted to make our own label for them," the pair tell Mixmag.
"The concept was borne out of public libraries, coffee, cake and a proper magical Disney period travelling together in Colombia. When we finally got organised and did the thing, the aesthetic seemed to come out pretty naturally really. We now have a shared spreadsheet so we must be serious...
"As for how the music sounds, we only have ourselves to blame, but we do have to thank Rupert Clervaux for consistently polishing our music. He's one of the best mastering engineers around! We’re also really really happy with how it looks, huge shout out to La Princesa Maria for her great artwork.
"There are plenty more tracks on the way and we can’t wait for them to burrow their way into your ear holes. If you’ve bumped into us at all recently we’ve probably already told you all about it, haha. We’re excited to finally let the whirm wriggle free!"
‘UKA' is available now via whirm, check it out here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Instagram