Sitting somewhere in the mix of Mount Kimbie, Gold Panda, Andy Stott and Four Tet, emerging London producer Clas Tuuth will release his second EP “002″ via esteemed London indie NeedNoWater Records on November 11th.
A follow-up and companion piece to the debut release “001″, the EP presents five tracks that travel between electronic genres, shifting between darker and lighter touches. Warm textures, synths and programmed clicks, drum snaps and layers of percussion piece together a patchwork of subtle electronic- leaning recordings and showcase the unassuming Clas Tuuth’s ability to absorb and repurpose a variety of influences; from techno to garage, hip-hop to lo-fi.
Our next release is the first EP from Clas Tuuth, ‘001′ which is out on CD and digitally today – BUY HERE
Tom Ravenscroft has already picked up on it, playing a track from the EP on his Friday night show on 6music for the last two weeks, and Nemone, sitting in for Lauren Laverne last week on the morning show, picked out Sketch for Wednesday’s Headphone moment, which we were all very chuffed with indeed. Thanks Nemone!
Our latest release is an EP containing 4 remixes of Rozi’s classic See My Boat. The first is by Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor, followed by two Parisian takes on the track; one by regular NeedNoWater cohort Plaisir De France (who is also one half of Slove) and the second by Tristesse Contemporaine, who’s debut album was released this year on Dirty / Pschent and has lead to much acclaim and a support slot with Pulp at the Les InRocKs festival in November. The final remix comes from newcomer and NeedNoWater signing Clas Tuuth, whose debut album is due for release in early 2013.