Monday, June 6, 2011

Inga Copeland - 'Can We' + 'Trample'

There's absolutely no doubt in my mind that Hype Williams has come to be one of my favorite artists this year so far. The duo, Roy Blunt and Inga Copeland are set to release an EP on the Hyperdub label sometime in July, which is going to be great but nothing comparable as to what Inga is fabricating on her own time. 'Can We' and 'Trample', are two of her jams that have been floating around the experimental blogsphere for quite sometime now and I just can't get enough of them. 'Can We' floors a haunting sample that repeats "never look back", and slowly throws itself into an echoing chamber of shrinking under-woven bells and chaotic reverbed sounds. Its mind-bending just as much as my personal favorite of the two,'Trample'. It has a groovy lo-fi bassline that stabs the ear drums and drops the head back into a mantra-like phase, embracing the listener with her funky Nite Jewel-esque get-down chanting.

Inga Copeland - Can We
Inga Copeland - Trample
Previously :: Hype Williams - One Nation
Hype Williams - Your Girl Smells Chung When She Wears Dior
Hype Williams - Warlord

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