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Warm Up With a Late-Winter Bass Jam from Kazimier

Check out a track from the Brooklyn producer's weird-but-lovely '?' EP.

by Catherine Fields
Mar 3 2014, 11:20pm

Today is a Monday, and in New York it's another bitingly cold and slushy Monday. With no end in sight to this chilly Northeastern winter, we've had to find ways to cope with the frosty weather—and for us, that means we're looking to comfort ourselves with chill tunes. Our most recent late-winter snowbunny jam comes courtesy of Kazimier (aka Bill DeLelles), a classically-trained New York percussionist whose ? EP dropped on Brooklyn imprint Connect today. On "Still Want U," DeLelles flexes his drumming skills with intricate pitter-patter percussion woven between swooning sub-bass tones and bleep-bloop synths. The track, which you can stream below, is as sleepy and snuggly as a warm blanket, which is exactly what we need right now. You can pre-order the EP on cassette via Graveyard Orbit.

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