NYO duo Black Caviar reveal bounce-inspired crossover EP, ‘Rivington & Ludlow’
NYC duo Black Caviar unveil a masterful four-track EP, titled Rivington & Ludlow. Having already debuted three singles from the EP this past month, including all-star collaborations with G.L.A.M. and UNIIQU3, the EP sits at the crossroads between house, latin, hip-hop, and Detroit techno.
Noted as the first complete body of work the duo has released since 2020, Rivington & Ludlow illustrates Black Caviar’s unique artistry as producers and further exemplifies their genre-bending abilities. A playful delight from start to finish, the EP opens with “Been That Ill” alongside G.L.A.M, followed by “Own My Own Masters” and “U Nasty” with New Jersey club queen UNIIQU3, and wraps up with EP with their newest track, “Thicc,” which is a bouncy club anthem with hip-hop influences.
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“The inspiration for this EP came from making music in our home studio in the Lower East Side of NYC. We were working on a few songs that had a gritty hip hop vibe that felt like they worked well together. When hanging around in the neighborhood we would always walk by the corner of Rivington & Ludlow where the Beastie Boys shot their iconic album cover to Paul’s Boutique. We thought it would be fun to give a nod to one of our favorite artists of all time.“– Black Caviar
Curating remixes for the likes of Lizzo, Tiesto, Jason Derulo, Foster The People, Louis The Child, and many more, Black Caviar have also shared the stage with A-list talent at major festivals including Hard Summer, EDC Orlando, Hangout Festival, and Electric Zoo. Citing musical influences such as Timbaland, The Beastie Boys, and Fatboy Slim, the NY duo approached their music on a quest for the “perfect bounce.” Quickly garnering a reputation as one of dance music’s most versatile producers, Black Caviar fuses elements of Detroit house and NYC hip-hop, with a blend of New Orleans bounce and a twist of Latin rhythm.
Another delightful collection of music to broaden their musical repertoire, the Rivington & Ludlow EP aims to please, and shoots, then scores.
Black Caviar – Rivington & Ludlow EP
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