Tag Archives: Detached Audio

Premiere: Sirus – Arashi

Sirus returns to Detached Audio with a big new single and we’re hyped to be premiering the A side Arashi! Soft chimes, skittering breakbeats and rich pads on the long intro lulled us into a false sense of security on first listen, expecting a soft liquid roller; then the drop hit us like a ton of bricks! Serious amen hardstep business…savage bass snarls and machine gun snare rolls a plenty. Look for this one dropping tomorrow at Bandcamp and other digital outlets.

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Premiere: Option – The Harbor

Detached continue their run of excellent D&B releases with a new Various Artists EP, and we’ve got the exclusive on lead track The Harbor. Produced by Hawaii-based Option, this one is a silky smooth liquid jam with beautiful depths and a hypnotic vibe – a perfect start to the week! Check it out and look for the EP dropping March 16th with more tracks from K2T & Sirus, Aardonyx and Pablo Zuazo.

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Premiere: K2T – Depths

Scottish label Detached Audio are back with the latest in their steady stream of strong releases and this time it’s label co-runner K2T at the helm. Depths sees him exploring his softer side, with mellow pads and beautiful chiming melodies layered over satisfyingly intricate percussion and warm sub bass. Lovely stuff; watch out for this coming on the Starscape EP which drops Feb 16th.

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Premiere: Sirus – New Dawn

We’re back with a super-deep exclusive today as Scottish imprint Detached Audio bring us a brand new single from Sirus! Warm bass, tight but understated percussion and soft, evocative pad work make for a classic liquid roller; delicate vibes. Hit up the Detached Audio Bandcamp to grab this one from September 1st, with remixes from label regulars Manu and K2T for good measure.

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Option – Blueshift / Section 9 [Detached]

Scottish electronica label Detached Audio are taking things a little old school on their latest release as Option explores the much neglected drumfunk sound. Eerie atmospheric-pad work and chopped-funk breaks are the order of the day and while these tracks perhaps lack the mixdown sheen of modern D&B the injection of vibe is a welcome change from the often sterile hyper-production of 2016.

Alongside the two originals from Option label boss Manu turns in a brooding remix of Section 9, flipping the drums around into a robotic, techno-infused groove with tons of analogue snap, crackle and pop. Check out the clips below and hit up the Detached bandcamp the grab the release right now!

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