June 16, 2015
Standout Copenhagen label Tartelet premiere their latest release.
If virtuosic, off-kilter electronic music is your thing, you should be familiar with Tartelet Records. Having introduced the world to Brandt Brauer Frick, Kenton Slash Demon and Max Graef, the Danish label continues to catch our ears in 2015. Glenn Astro’s debut album deserves a mention but we were also swept away by Wayne Snow’s low-slung Rosie EP, particularly Nu Guinea’s sublime remix on the B-side.
A newcomer to the scene, Nu Guinea’s self-titled debut EP on Early Sounds last year stood out by a mile and picked up a cult following amongst those lucky enough to scoop a copy. The tantalisingly tropical house on offer there informs his latest release. Entitled Nu World, the five track EP lays out warm analogue textures and rich synth work over pacey Afro groove and live percussive rhythms.
It therefore brings us great pleasure to present ‘Nu World (Flute Mix)’ from Nu Guinea’s Nu World which you can listen to in full below ahead of the EP release on June 22.
A1. Bougainvilles Live
A2. Nu World (Vocal edit)
B1. Nu World (Flute mix)
B2. Exoitca Dance Club