Hypha has been quietly developing a following that now seems to be reaching cult status, with his previous releases Whispers and Murmurs receiving accolades and support on BBC radio and a plethora of heavyweights producers in experimental electronic music, including comparisons to Hudson Mohawke and Nasty Nasty. In our own way we feel neither of those are correct as Hypha has developed a style that is uniquely his own, its both bouncy and quirky, pushing the envelope in more ways than one and yet somehow will still be some of the prettiest new music out there.
Weve also been honored in the past year to release some tunes by one of the most exciting merging producers in glitchy future-bass music production, namely sAuce. His tune Double Double-U was featured on BBC radio by the likes of Salva and also received support and big ups from the likes of Starkey and our friends on BLN FM.
It is no wonder then that Hypha and sAuce collaborating would result in something unique, beautiful and nudging experiments in Juke / Footwork, IDM and other glitchy genres. Another emerging producer from Colorado, namely DuBuddha sits in as another collaborator on Royal Keef and its evident from the track names that these sessions were well baked and very cheerful.
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