Our adoration for Maribou State is well-established and the quickly rising duo seem to affirm that love with every new step they take. Representing a slight departure from their previous material, the duo’s latest effort, “Blue Sunday”, is a club-oriented track that borrows some of the retching, contorted bass tones prevalent in jungle, early dubstep and most recently, in the likes of Tom Demac and Kyle Hall’s work. The soul samples and shuffling house rhythm’s that have come to define Maribou State’s sound are still there, but “Blue Sunday” is a less linear offering than what we’ve come to expect from the duo. The track will appear on the upcoming Truths EP, out October 28 on Southern Fried Records.
New Maribou State – “Blue Sunday”
Leave a comment