Coming ahead of the September 23 release of his jungle- and juke-inspired Fissure EP for Hyperboloid, Brooklyn-based producer Seafloor has shared one of its five hyperactive tracks. "Kuwae" is a driving, breaks-heavy production made up of reverberating vocals and bubbly, arpeggiating synths. Its lofty tempo and immersive synth textures make for a very easy and engrossing listen, as the pads swell and punch with sublimely complex results. Seafloor's pitched snares and tin drums tumble around the bottom end of "Kuwae," pairing with the erratic, interwoven melodies to make for an all-around forward-thinking aesthetic.
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