Since 2011, Igor Kirilenko has been making music as Hidden Element, a project that was initially a duo and, more recently, a solo endeavour. Previously, Hidden Element’s music has found homes on labels including Med School, Pinecone Moonshine and Absys Records.
Kirilenko’s new EP arrives on Thousand Kisses Place, the label that he runs alongside Sergey Vovk, founder of Kyiv Academy of Media Arts. Featuring remixes from Nocow and Throwing Snow, ‘Cycles’ is the third instalment of a trilogy of EPs, both of which were released on Thousand Kisses Place.
Today, we’re excited to premiere Throwing Snow’s remix of ‘Sound Of’. The original, a rowdy breakbeat number that disclosed Kirilenko’s drum and bass roots, was the opening track from ‘Comparisons’, the first EP in this trilogy. Throwing Snow reinterprets it as a staccato burner, replete with mangled breakbeats and twisted bass.
‘Cycles’ is scheduled for release 7 May via Thousand Kisses Place. Order a copy from Bandcamp.
1. A Nice and Quiet Moment
3. Final Approach
4. A New Beginning
5. Circumference (Nocow Remix)
6. Sound Of (Throwing Snow Remix)