Chatting to his label bosses, who put out the Koreless EP Yugen in May, Lewis Roberts talked about his upcoming dates at SunSplash and Parklife festivals, mentioned a few influences – like Keith Fullerton Whitman and Steve Reich – and previewed a song that didn’t make it onto the EP.
Tentatively called ‘Blue Blue’, the track – which appears around 48 minutes in – is a choppy and insistent, but ultimately rather soft and pastoral slice of electronica that wouldn’t sound out of place on the Border Community label.
Lewis also played ‘Ache’ by budding art-R&B singer Twigs and a recording of African tribal music made by ethnographer Hugh Tracey.
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Koreless was recently added to the bill on the Red Bull Music Academy stage at Sheffield’s Tramlines festival, alongside German DJ/producer Tensnake and UK talent Throwing Snow. Listen to a track from Koreless’ Yugen EP, ‘Last Remnants’.