Drowned By Locals presents two artists with forthcoming releases on DBL. Kinlaw and Adios Adios, with two bizarrely homogenous mixes. Kinlaw hails from the Bristolian underground. The same scene that, in recent years, has given the most vital contribution to the freshness and vitality of a fringe sound suspended between the many clashes, deconstructions and reconstructions of dub and UK club music. Kinlaw’s own music sounds both menacing and playful, weighing in with relentless slow beats and cranky lo-fi textures. “Cyborg/industrial/post-industrial trap” duo Kinlaw & Franco Franco’s latest album Mega Dopo Mega releases next week on Avon Terror Corps. Adios Adios is an audiovisual producer who experiments with different sonorities and forms: virtual instruments, guitars, vocals, drum machines, sampling. It is also a website dedicated to the sighting and exhaustive description of miraculous events. Examples: a broken lift, old devices returning to reclaim their place, a remote coincidence in the codes you received in an email last summer. The hysteria of a preacher who despairs at the gates of a Fast-Food restaurant, Coke-waste-rocks that leave the shore to return as a relic buried in wet sand.



Electronic, Experimental

Adios Adios – S.C.R.A.P.S

Otro – 12

Rah Band – Messages from the Stars

Hype Williams – Distance 

Adios Adios – Aguadulce (unreleased track)

Los Choli – Prisionero de la Droga 

John Frusciante – For Air 

Thoom – Shaytan

Elysia Crampton – Secret Ravine (Chakana en General)

Otro – Tarde (14 Marzo)

Adios Adios – Burned Ocean at the Hills (Love Song) (unreleased track)

Eduardo Mateo – Mejor me voy 

Antonio Vega – Palabras 

Rebe – Ay pena penita pena

Bibi Andersen – Sálvame 

Julee Cruise – Summer kisses, winter tears 

John Jacob Niles – The Hangman 

Dean Blunt & Asger Hartvig – Desert Storm 

The Raincoats – Dancing in my Head 

Adios Adios – S.C.R.A.P.S

Ray Heredia – Su Pelo  

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