Djrum returns to R&S with two heavy hitting tracks on a double a-side release.
This is his first original music to be released since the ‘Portrait With Firewood’ album in 2018.
“A meticulous, moving electronic album.” Quietus
“As audacious as anything in electronic music right now” Pitchfork
Both tracks see him exploring his more dancefloor influences keeping the tempos high and the emotions heightened. While Tournesol takes in a characteristically broad set of influences - from braindance to Shaangan electro - Hard To Say focuses on the ambient-gabber sound that Djrum has pioneered.
This is uncompromising music from a producer working at the top of his game.
supported by 85 fans who also own “Hard to Say / Tournesol”
This is such a brilliant album. It’s beautifully sequenced and the progression from ambient early tracks to rolling drum and bass is a joy. Any number of songs could be a favourite, but it really rewards listening the whole way through. topickering