Hyperdub Details New Kyle Hall 12", Shares Mini-Mix from Kode9
- Words: James Eaton
Celebrating 10 years of releasing quality, uncompromising electronic music from around the world, Hyperdub has its sights set on a very big year for 2014. New records from the likes of Cooly G, Fatima Al Qadiri, and King Britt's Fhloston Paradigm alias have already been announced or released, and we've also received the details of the first in a series of four compilations that will arrive this year to help celebrate the anniversary. Adding to that today, the label has unveiled a forthcoming 12" from Detroit iconoclast Kyle Hall (pictured above) and a mini-mix of new music from Hyperdub honcho Kode9.
Kyle Hall's "Girl U So Strong" b/w "Take Me Away" 12" will be the first record to arrive with a previously unreleased track lifted from the upcoming Hyperdub 10.1 comp, and is set to drop on May 12, one week before the aforementioned collection hits retailers. That record's a-side is among the myriad tracks crammed into Kode9's 10-minute Hyperdub 10.1 Mini-Mix, which also features new productions from Mala, Kuedo, DJ Rashad, the mixmaster himself, and others. Though no tracklist was shared, Kode9's quick session can be streamed in full below. The artwork for Hall's "Girl U So Strong" b/w "Take Me Away" is also below.
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