OL "Give Up"
Last week, Moscow's OL dropped "IWM," an off-kilter, dancey cut that impressed us with its well-crafted atmospherics. Today, we're featuring "Give Up," a more locked-in piece of juke by the Russian producer that matches the other production's intensity, but cranks up the BPM by quite a bit more. Regular readers of XLR8R may notice that OL, along with a host of other producers from Russia's capital, has recently shown himself to be adept with mining the beat-making trends of the West, while putting his own unique, whimsical spin on them. "Give Up" is part of a split LP release with fellow countryman Vtgnike, called Province (artwork above), which can be downloaded for free after the jump, or purchased as a limited-edition CD from the label's Bandcamp.
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