SBTRKT Feat. Caroline Polachek – Look Away (Original Mix)
SBTRKT scored a legendary electronic album long before the platform landed back in vogue. He’s since reaped the benefits as one of the British turf’s most eclectic live talents of the past several years, championing such essential crooners as Sampha and Jessie Ware along the way. Plucked from the next hotly anticipated album and following in the wake of the A$SAP Ferg versed “Voices In My Head” and the guerrilla Transitions EP, the trail towards album his second full-length offering thickens considerably among prospects of a 2014 release.
The transient electronica artist with a penchant for left-of-field top lines keeps on versatile yet reassuringly ambient form for “Look Away,” in which the melancholic undertones are paired with a juxtaposing injection of rich instrumental assets and scratchy urban decorum. SBTRKT unapologetically matches musical spaces that simply couldn’t coexist elsewhere in the modern marketplace. It symbolizes a potential game change from the Young Turks stalwart ahead, not to mention yet more reasons to believe there has never been more room available for electronic artists to rattle the creative cage here in 2014.
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