A lush, expansive, jazz-fuelled re-work...
'Day To Day Remixes’ EP

The work of Sarathy Korwar seems to open up fresh space, to unblock creative pathways.

Patching together jazz, electronics, and traditional Siddi folk music from India, the producer's debut album 'Day To Day' arrived earlier this year.

A highly idiosyncratic work, the sheer individuality of Sarathy Korwar's musical voice won the respect of Four Tet, Gilles Peterson, J. Swinscoe, and Kamasi Washington.

Ninja Tune and the Steve Reid Foundation have joined forces to curate a new remix EP, due for release digitally and on 12 inch vinyl from October 28th (pre-order LINK).

South London don Tenderlonious is on a stunning run of form right now, with his fusion-influenced sound patching together all manner of influences.

Definitely sensing a kindred spirit in Sarathy's work, Tenderlonious gets to grips with 'Dreaming' in this groove-lade, expansive re-work.

Tune in now.

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