British musician Sampha has joined forces with Richard Russell (of XL Recordings) on two fresh tracks.
The songs are set to be featured on Russell’s upcoming project Everything Is Recorded, but were premiered on the producer’s radio show a few days ago.
Richard Russell presents his new project Everything Is Recorded live on @ReprezentRadio with @Sampha & @OBONGJAYAR https://t.co/BCuEjYYkfT pic.twitter.com/0iIgc8gUkS
— XL Recordings (@XLRECORDINGS) March 15, 2017
“Close But Not Quite” (starting at the 53:58 mark) has a distinctly soothing vibe with a breathtaking piano melody. “Everything Is Recorded” (starting at the 1:13:51 mark) on the other hand shares a similar feel but in a more upbeat fashion. Sampha’s voice compliments both tracks accordingly and gracefully as well.
Russell has not yet put out a release date for Everything Is Recorded but these awesome tracks should hold us over in the meantime.
Make sure to give “Close But Not Quite” and “Everything Is Recorded” a listen above.
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