Yesterday saw the debut release from rising star Koreless, with his highly anticipated 4D / MTI on Pictures Music.
Having recently supplied us with a serious mix of Jazz to add to our growing mixtape series (011: Koreless), it’s with great pleasure that I can announce the first ever release of the mans own music, and it’s something special to say the least. Being pitched by the Guardian as a contender to James Blake’s recent throne before your first release is what I would consider to be entering the scene with a bang. So here is that long awaited release.
I strongly advise that at the very least you give this a good hard listen on some nice speakers (bass is essential) and the rest is up to you, but I’m guessing most of you will be looking to buy it almost instantly after hearing it. You can get the limited edition hand stamped and numbered vinyl (only 300 copies) whilst stocks last from Bleep for £6.79 or digital copies from all good download stores including Boomkat and of course iTunes.
Also, to celebrate the release, Pictures Music are kindly giving away a previously unheard track from Koreless titled “Mariah“, which is a highly recommended download.
Photography: David Cooper