Following up to Shit Robot’s ‘Rishi‘ EP, Stuttgart imprint Kitjen pulls out the fork and knife again. On the menu this time, a flavourful three-track platter from Blasé half and Pharaohs member Suzanne Kraft, planned for landing on March 25.
‘DJ Safety Track‘ marks the return of the chameleonic LA producer after the moony ambient escapade of ‘Talk From Home‘, a sublime second album filled with slo-mo guitar caresses and languid harmonics released last year on Melody As Truth.
Prophet in the land of versatile house beats and gleeful chimes, Suzanne Kraft stays true to his controlled elusiveness, following no beaconed trails as he burrows multiple grounds ranging from straight bouncy, club-friendly territories to explorative sallies through scopious soundscapes and lavishly textured vistas.
Today, we’re glad to serve you the exclusive stream of the opening title-cut ‘DJ Safety Track‘. Double-triggering elephantine kicks with porcelain-fragile bells, Herrera arrays his ever-reliable finesse tune-making via a nuanced blend of sizzling bassline and iridescent synth accents. Lead-heavy summery vibes right here!
DJ Safety Track is released via Kitjen on March 25, order a vinyl copy from Juno.
A1. DJ Safety Track
B1. Burn Me Down