OKP Premiere: Mo Kolours Puts On For "South LDN" w/ A Synth-Soaked Instrumental
The UK's Mo Kolours gifts us with some cosmic goodness in the release and OKP premiere of the new instrumental treatment "South LDN" off his forthcoming How I (Rhythm Love Affair) EP. This new joint finds him and fellow British beat-buster Henry Wu manning the keys to lace the track with intricate, yet sprawling synth work over a beat that could serve double duty on Ibiza's beachside dance floors and Chicago's dusty warehouse parties. How I (Rhythm Love Affair) hits digital shelves on March 9th via OHM and will be pressed to wax in extremely limited quantities, both of which can be preordered on Bandcamp today. Get acquainted with the cerebral heat of Mo Kolours and Henry Wu's "South LDN" and read a word or two on the track's conception from Mo below.
"This track seemed to spring out of nowhere. A random afternoon, Henry Wu in the studio. He graces the keys for a split second and that's the melody - bang! One take with the live arrangement. Good vibes. As for the name, South LDN, that just seems to fit the sound. That's where we are at. That's where we live."