There's something very special about vester koza's music, an immediacy that makes it stand out a mile in the crowded landscape of electronica and bass music. His music is individualist, sophisticated and very beautiful – but there's a groove and instant thrill to everything he does that could only come from lifelong immersion in the dancefloor and unironic love for this country's raving history.
To launch another project he announces his new album 'loader mither', that will be released on November 23.
Unlike vester koza's previous EPs where he first found his voice, this was conceived of and completed as a single project, and its coherence adds to its emotional kick. In some senses it's a break-up record – this is explicitly documented in an arc from the fizzing excitement of the 8-bit drums in “met her in the backsies” through to the mournful ambient closer “and like that... she's gone”. But this is only one strand, and just like real-life emotions and stories, there are multiple layers to everything.
Listen to 'my well crap car (mardy mix)' from the album below.
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