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Julien Dyne Shares Sizzling Single 'Copernicus'

Julien Dyne Shares Sizzling Single 'Copernicus'

Tuesday 25th September, 2018 10:07AM

Auckland multi-instrumentalist Julien Dyne (Two Farben) has unveiled 'Copernicus', the sizzling instrumental lead single from his upcoming album Teal, which is set to drop this October via London-based independent label Soundway and Japan's Wonderful Noise. The infectious beat-driven track is a shape-shifting blend of abstract grooves and zoned-out mutant melodies, featuring contributions from Lewis McCallum, Isaac Aesili, JY Lee on horns and "small amounts of Brandon Haru and Jonathan Crayford on synths." Along with those artists, the impressive list of collaborators for Dyne's new record includes Ladi6Toby Laing (Fat Freddy's Drop), Tim GuyJohn Bell and Mara TK. You can catch Dyne with his group Two Farben presenting tunes from Teal at Auckland's Anthology Lounge on Saturday 17th November with special guests, and pounding the skins for Avantdale Bowling Club's debut tour of Aotearoa in October and November. The multi-talented artist kindly took time out to shed light on his new record... 

"(The) new single is from forthcoming album Teal which I have been making for the last five years I think? The music is more closely aligned with the type of records I have been collecting and DJ'ing - more uptempo and dance floor based than my previous albums. I was lucky enough to hook up with Soundway after remixing follow NZ friend Lord Echo for his Sweetest Meditation 12" on Soundway. I have also met (label founder) Miles Cleret a few times (sold him a record on Discogs once) and been a longtime fan of the label. I'm also still with Japanese boutique label Wonderful Noise out of Osaka."



'Teal' is out on 12" double vinyl LP on Friday 19th October via Soundway and Wonderful Noise.

Links
juliendyne.bandcamp.com/

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