Thursday, July 2, 2009

Nadsroic & Hudson Mohawke - Room Mist EP

LuckyMe is very proud to present the first release from the collaborative project between Nadsroic and Hudson Mohawke. This EP contains 6 tracks of explosive future R&B , folk influences and dancefloor heat. With a mixture of club-friendly bangers such as Room Mist and Step Back and more reflective personal songs like Leopards and Chemical alongside All Hot- an almost unclassifiable blend of live percussion and ethereal diva vocals.

Nadsroic is the singing / rapping alias of Ciorsdan Brown alongside the young phenom' producer Hudson Mohawke. To date the young team have only played a handful of shows as Nadsroic including Radio One Sessions and live alongside Optimo - for whom they are also releasing a record on their Oscarr imprint. Ciorsdan was schooled in the Scottish Highlands immersed in folk music before being dropped in the ugly Glasgow metropol of hip hop, techno, electro & club music. With spells living in Copenhagen and currently based in semi-rural Japan it's hard to say where this 22 year old jetsetter picked up her natural sensibility for real pop and future R&B. When she's not teaching children, go see her in a rare live show either back home in Glasgow or Japan.

Based in Glasgow, UK, 23 year old Hudson Mohawke currently has the worlds╩╝ beat scene in a headlock with his heavy drum programming and cosmic synth slop. A teenage UK, DMC and ITF champion, Hudson honed his craft as part of the LuckyMe collective of dynamic, neo-beatmakers with a string of well received releases. In January this year he made his debut release on Warp records with the "Polyfolk Dance EP" and has been dubbed the labels 'secret weapon', clocking up serious international mileage with an impressive dj schedule. This release sees Mo explore his love of mainstream hip hop & rnb fused with the air of 1980's synthetic soul. We hope you enjoy the record.
Pick up the EP or individual tracks HERE

Nadsroic and Hudson Mohawke - Leopards


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