Here’s an example of BitBasic’s Fractal Pants played out on his Monome:
The artworks done, the tracks are with the distributor and Farwah is set to appear in stores mid-January!
So far, we’ve had amazing responses from DJs, critics and music-lovers in general.
Graeme Mac from BBC Introducing has said Farwah was ‘easily one of the most exciting listens’ that he has enjoyed this year, also stating that it is ‘an incredible EP, scratching the surface of the Bitbasic world that must further be explored.’
Farwah will be available from Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, Myspace Music, Napster (and the other ‘usual suspects’) in the new year. We’re all looking forward to it hear and we hope you’ll be grabbing yourselves a copy.
Fans of Mr Scruff, Four Tet or Lemon Jelly would be ill-advised to miss out on this one!
Big thanks to Hannah Vincent for providing the artwork for Love & Cake Digital’s debut EP.
Drime Time, the lead track from our first Love & Cake Digital release was the opening track played on our local branch of BBC Introducing this week!
Graeme and Richard, who present the show have since said that Drime Time ‘really stood out’ for both of them and have requested some more info about us and want to hear more of our music.