Made in London, remixed in Paris and Japan and released in Belfast, G3 follows up his debut LP with Koriko on Rudimentary Records; a tale of rediscovery that spans grime, dubstep, electronica and minimalistic footwork.
The project bloomed as a symbol of the producer’s time spent in the English capital and his experiences there, even containing a track called ‘ø’; an ode to the Corsica Studios club-night of the same name, presided over by Hyperdub label founder Kode9.
Today we debut the Amor Satyr flip of ‘Coming Up, Yuliya’ – a bubbly, bass-driven, carnivalesque lullaby from the French artist. Dreamy melodies, razor-sharp percussion and high velocity energy provides the G3 original with a complete re-work, blending the distinctive styles of both artists in a colourful coming together.
Another wonderful outing by Rudimentary Records, who continue to fly the flag for diverse, UK influenced zest in Belfast.
Koriko drops on Rudimentary Records on September 4th. Cop the pre-order via the labels Bandcamp page.
Artwork by Chilean artist, Alvaro Ardiles.