Swedish imprint Seaweed Records launch their new sub-label, Seaweed Rhythms with a warm, minimal house single from zlene & Mathias Hinds which includes remixes from Rowlanz and Per Hammar.
zlene aka Bäcksvart combines with the artist, friend and Stockholm local Mathias Hinds to inaugurate the new sub-label with their ‘Djup Trolling’ single which is about exploring the unknown with consistency and precision. Seaweed is inspired by Sweden’s nature and marine life as the label’s studio is located right by the Baltic shore, as they show their appreciation for the ocean with organic samples and recordings from both above and below the waters which have become a continual feature and theme within their work.
‘Djup Trolling’ kicks off the release with soothing pads and stabbing synths fused with smooth low- frequencies and organic percussion which develops wonderfully throughout the duration of the track before British producer and RLZ label boss, Rowlanz provides an effervescent remix as the minimal aesthetics bounce delightfully off the glistening synths and intricate, subtle melodies. Rounding off the release with an inviting remix of ‘Djup Trolling’ is Berlin-based, Dirty Hands founder Per Hammar as he lays focus on hypnotic atmospheres and pulsating bass stabs which together provide a cacophony of calming sonics and sensations.
Seaweed Rhythm has seen first-hand how much of the oceans wildlife has now disappeared and wants to give back to the animals and waters sampled in their work, therefore they’ve decided to donate 50% of all digital sales to various water wildlife foundations and projects.
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