Gramatik concludes the ‘Re:Coil’ saga with whopping 18-track Delux LP
The year was 2017 electro-funk engineer Gramatik was riding along his massive 26-date European Re:Coil tour, when he deliver the first volume of what is now a three-part trilogy. Re:Coil Part I was innovative not just because his pioneering musical stylings, but because the album came with the launch of Gramatik’s very own cryptocurrency coin. The GRMTK coin gave him full distribution control when it came to his own releases.
Fast forward to October of last year when Gramatik released his 8-track follow-up, Re:Coil Part II. The album was chocked full of fun collaborations with his friends and label mates, including ProbCause, Kotek, Beat Fatigue, Big Gigantic, and more. Now the Slovenian born producer and live instrumentalist is closing the chapter on his trilogy with his whopping 18-track Re:Coil Delux LP.
“This is a very special release for me, and kind of bittersweet,” says Gramatik on the Delux offering. “because it concludes the epic Re:Coil saga which has been an incredibly enlightening, inspiring and exciting chapter of my life these past few years. I’d be lying if I said this quest didn’t also come with its fair share of frustration, disappointment, and self doubt, but they were all things I overcame in the end, because without struggle there is no progress!”
Out now on to Future City Blues, the album is filled with instrumental versions of Balkan Bump, Eric Krasno, Ryan Shaw, and Anamolie, along with previous VIP treatments the Beat Fatigue-assisted “Don’t Mind It” and “Funk It” with Defunk. Not to mention, it also features Gramatik’s collaboration with Talib Kweli that was heard in Porsche’s Superbowl commercial, along with “Voyager Twins” with Galatic Marv, which is the new project of Green Lantern.
Catch Gramatik’s tour dates here.
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