News – Clas Tuuth 003 EP and launch party

Clas Tuuth’s new EP is out today!!


Here’s some great recent press for Clas Tuuth and the EP…

Goldflake Paint “..positively bubbles with excitement” –
Q Magazine Tracks Of The Day “favourably rubs shoulders with the folktronica’s elite, ie the likes of Four Tet or Gold Panda-
Artrocker “Exudes a minimalistic coherence that is championed by his contemporaries” –
The 405 “Constructed around a sparse beat that sounds wonderfully, bio-mechanically alive… it exists in a plane of constant and tangible crackling, a vinyl-based stamp of authenticity” –

And if you’re in London the launch party is tomorrow night at Ruby’s in Dalston:

News – Plaisir De France Remix EP out today!

In collaboration with French label Alter-K, NeedNoWater presents Plaisir De France’s Etat Des Lieux EP (that’s “State of Play” for any non-French speakers); a selection of remixes serving as a taster for the forthcoming album of the same name.

You can grab a WHITE vinyl copy of the EP from here:

and you can preview the whole digital album from deezer, right here:

more details on our EP can be found here:

News – Plaisir De France remix EP available for Pre-Order


Already getting radio play here in the UK thanks to Gideon Coe, Tom Ravenscroft and Lauren Laverne, this is our next release – Etat Des Lieux EP by Plaisir De France.

For the forthcoming album Etat Des Lieux, on Paris-based label Alter-K, Julien Plaisir De France has compiled his favourite remixes to date, and this EP is a choice pick of those selections, all available on vinyl for the first time:

More information on the release can be found here:

Pre-order the Vinyl here:

News – Clas Tuuth EP 002 out now!

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.

Buy the CD right HERE

Digital available here: