serpentwithfeet’s latest single, ‘Receipts,’ is slow-flowing choral honey [Stream]

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The choral soul of serpentwithfeet‘s latest single is pure and euphoric in tone. Viscous in pace, the production filters slowly through listeners speakers’ in a languid lag and ultimately, proves worth the wait. Dubbed “Receipts,” the track arrives nearly a year after serpentwithfeet’s debut album, soil, released June 2018.

The refinement with which serpentwithfeet vocalizes “Receipts” reminds those familiar with the artist’s musical journey that serpentwithfeet previously studied classical vocal techniques during his time at at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. Yet, the vocal poise of “Receipts” is not attributable only to serpentwithfeet’s technique. A hip-hop entity who characteristically scales the rap to crooning continuum with ease, Ty Dolla $ign lends his inimitable vocals to the cut, which serpentwithfeet describes as “a snapshot of two brothers rhapsodizing about unseen romance.”

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serpentwithfeet’s latest single, ‘Receipts,’ is slow-flowing choral honey [Stream]

This post was originally published on this site

serpentwithfeet’s latest single, ‘Receipts,’ is slow-flowing choral honey [Stream]PerfumeGenius May 13 2017 32

The choral soul of serpentwithfeet‘s latest single is pure and euphoric in tone. Viscous in pace, the production filters slowly through listeners speakers’ in a languid lag and ultimately, proves worth the wait. Dubbed “Receipts,” the track arrives nearly a year after serpentwithfeet’s debut album, soil, released June 2018.

The refinement with which serpentwithfeet vocalizes “Receipts” reminds those familiar with the artist’s musical journey that serpentwithfeet previously studied classical vocal techniques during his time at at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. Yet, the vocal poise of “Receipts” is not attributable only to serpentwithfeet’s technique. A hip-hop entity who characteristically scales the rap to crooning continuum with ease, Ty Dolla $ign lends his inimitable vocals to the cut, which serpentwithfeet describes as “a snapshot of two brothers rhapsodizing about unseen romance.”

Photo credit: Respect Your Youngers

Aphex Twin and Massive Attack set to headline Mexico City’s Ceremonia Festival

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A city with a vibrant music scene and appreciation of electronic music, Mexico City has become a hotspot for touring electronic artists in recent years. Returning for the 2019 iteration of the event, Mexico City’s Ceremonia Festival has announced an exceptional lineup including performances from Massive Attack, Aphex Twin, and more.

In addition to the exciting headliners, Ceremonia has brought an eclectic array of electronic and indie talent to their esteemed festival. Jon Hopkins, Kaytranada, DJ Koze, and Modeselektor will provide a day full of grooves, as rebellious Russian punk rockers Pussy Riot and the unbelievably funky Khruangbin will hold down the fort with live band performances. With acts crossover acts like Yaeji, Rosalía, Ambar Lucid, and serpentwithfeet rounding out the lineup, Ceremonia is bringing a variety of must-see talent to Mexico City this April.

Aphex Twin and Massive Attack set to headline Mexico City’s Ceremonia FestivalCeremonia Fest 2019 Lineup

H/T: Consequence of Sound

Red Bull Music Festival New York announces 2018 programming

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Red Bull Music Festival returns to New York this year for its sixth annual installment, celebrating a breadth of sounds across the boroughs May 3-26.

The festival will host an array of world premieres, including Oneohtrix Point Never’s MYRIAD — a daring, immersive performance built specifically for Park Avenue Armory — as well as performances from Robyn, Fever Ray, Drift Multiply by Tristan Perch, serpentwithfeet, and John Maus.

Since the festival began in 2013, the New York installment has brought an array of invigorating public conversations to the city, including D’Angelo, Erykah Badu, Brian Eno, James Murphy, George Clinton, Giorgio Moroder’s first-ever DJ set; world premieres of live shows including Anohni’s Hopelessness, FKA Twigs’ Congregata, and Solange’s An Ode To at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; and the Larry Levan Street Party which brought out more than 20,000 New Yorkers.

More information, including the full lineup and tickets, is available here.

Red Bull Music Festival New York Calendar 2018