Stream a New Nathan Fake Track from 'Bleep:10'
- Words: Derek Opperman
There's less than a week to go until the release of Bleep:10, online music retailer Bleep's 10th anniversary compilation. Over the past month, Bleep has slowly teased the album with a string of track streams from the likes of Machinedrum, Modeselektor, and Untold. Now, the latest teaser comes from Border Community regular Nathan Fake (who, it ought to be mentioned, has also announced the launch of a new label called Cambria Instruments).
The track, called "Vanish North," serves as the collection's closing cut, coming in the form of a slowly boiling mass of emotional synthesis that explodes into a consuming wash of melodic feedback. Fake's impressionistic and cathartic production can be heard below before the full release of Bleep:10, which officially drops on Monday, May 5.
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