Hiatus Kaiyote: Get Sun (Georgia Anne Muldrow Remix)

A match made in heaven, Hiatus Kaiyote has been remixed by Georgia Anne Muldrow. With soaring synths balanced by a murky, squelchy bass line, the reimagined “Get Sun” sounds like it’s from another era—maybe another planet. The super-funky rework will appear on the upcoming Mood Variant—a collection of remixes from the Australian band’s Mood Valiant album—which is set for an April release.

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A moody lament, a soulful psychedelic collaboration, an Afrofuturist pop track and more

Sevdaliza: High Alone Experimental artist Sevdaliza releases “High Alone” today, a moody lament that captivates with beautiful darkness. The synth-driven song incorporates elements of psych-rock—a genre the Iranian-Dutch singer-songwriter hasn’t ventured into before. Sevdaliza’s vocals feel especially dejected, with an almost monotone, impassive delivery that conveys a lot of emotion. The track will appear on her new EP titled Raving Dahlia which is set for release …

Lilblackkids: Planet of The Blues

Georgia Anne Muldrow is no stranger to collaborative projects (from working with Madlib to Erykah Badu, Dudley Perkins, Mos Def and others, as well as her groups Jyoti and The Blackhouse) and last week she and new collaborator Keith Rice released their four-track EP, Planet of The Blues: Part One, under the moniker Lilblackkids. The title track combines psychedelic, funk, soul and rap for a …