Afefe Iku "Zero Degrees"
The latest release from house veteran Osunlade's Yoruba label comes from fellow Grecian producer Afefe Iku. On his Order of Direction EP, Iku constructs lattice-like synth structures, which ride atop steady rhythmic beds. One such effort is "Zero Degrees," a five-plus-minute expedition marked by analog arpeggios and rich pads that swell up from the lower depths of the slow-driving production. Out now, Afefe Iku's Order of Direction EP can be streamed in full after the jump.
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