Cuthead "Everlasting Sunday"
Having been schooled during Red Bull Music Academy's Barcelona sessions, German producer Cuthead (born Karvan de Robartosz) makes cavernous music that navigates in and out of the confines of genre. Robartosz's "Everlasting Sunday" comes ahead of the digital release of his "extended" EP of the same name, which is due out on November 15 via Uncanny Valley. The track is a cut of nocturnal hip-hop with orchestral samples and wonky, swung tempos that elegantly carry the baggy beats through the production's corroded and decidedly haunted sound. "Everlasting Sunday" is pensive and swayed up until its final moments, when the sampled strings break away from the mix for an emotive conclusion.
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