Kött & Wellbeck "Dropman"
Longtime friends Alexander Tochilkin and Lev Golikov have just released a collaborative 12" under the moniker Kött & Wellbeck, calling it Can You. The four-track record is a solid collection of thick, jazzy deep house injected with raw instrumentation, like the driving piano stabs on "Dropman." Though the slow-building tune is less jazzy than the rest of Kött & Wellbeck's EP, it nonetheless relies on the same kind of throwback grooves and swinging vibes heard in those productions, all of which you can preview after the jump before they drop on December 24 via Fuselab.
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