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The Cyclist's Turned Boredom Into a Swampy and Swirling Thing of Wonder, Hop on Right Here

Check out a warm and cosy remix right now.
01 December 2016, 1:41pm

The thing about boredom is that boredom is a paradoxically unboring thing. Think about it: boredom is actually a strangely complex bundle of things that disguise themselves as an inescapable kind of flatness. Boredom is really anxiety and unease, sadness and disquiet, dejection and rejection. It is a painfully unpleasant sensation, one that rolls and writhes through your mind, body, and soul. Or maybe it's just how you feel when you're watching old episodes of The Weakest Link on a hungover Sunday afternoon.

Either way, something that's definitely not boring is this fantastic remix of Boredom's "Geometry" by The Cyclist, AKA Buz Ludzha. Ludzha—probably best known for this year's still-killer "Basslines For Life"—is a name to keep an eye on, and with work this good arriving so consistently, it's not hard to see why.

His swampily-swirling take on "Geometry" takes Andy Moss and James Cook's elegiac original and stuffs it into a deep house loving tumble dryer. The result is a warm and cosy six minute's worth of star-gazing bliss. Check it out in full right now.

The thing about boredom is that boredom is a paradoxically unboring thing. Think about it: boredom is actually a strangely complex bundle of things that disguise themselves as an inescapable kind of flatness. Boredom is really anxiety and unease, sadness and disquiet, dejection and rejection. It is a painfully unpleasant sensation, one that rolls and writhes through your mind, body, and soul. Or maybe it's just how you feel when you're watching old episodes of The Weakest Link on a hungover Sunday afternoon.

Either way, something that's definitely not boring is this fantastic remix of Boredom's "Geometry" by The Cyclist, AKA Buz Ludzha. Ludzha—probably best known for this year's still-killer "Basslines For Life"—is a name to keep an eye on, and with work this good arriving so consistently, it's not hard to see why.

His swampily-swirling take on "Geometry" takes Andy Moss and James Cook's elegiac original and stuffs it into a deep house loving tumble dryer. The result is a warm and cosy six minute's worth of star-gazing bliss. Check it out in full right now.

Geometry by Boredom is out soon. Pre order it here.

Geometry by Boredom is out soon. Pre order it here.