Old World

by Primat

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Primat is a freshly born project from France. Smooth and versatile Primat jumps creepers to creepers to distill beats. The troop is composed of two mandrills honing organic and powerful sounds from the jungle to the city, from production to live.

After blowing minds with their take on the Busta Rhymes classic ‘Dangerous’ in the Cosmonostro advent calendar last December, French duo Primat return with a full EP to showcase their flair for cooking up brain-addling beats.
Bugged out opening track ‘Dry Land’ kicks things off with a biblical lesson before a tribal choir loop slowly swims into focus, accompanied by thundering kick drums and tripped out arpeggiated synths – a hypnotic opener that draws us into a world we know we’re not going to be keen to leave in a hurry. ‘Mandrill’ instantly snaps us out of this hypnosis, sounding like a southern rap instrumental performed by a military band from Mars, complete with ethereal choral stabs and woozy synths, whilst the eerie ‘Kano’ seems as if it could be heard playing out of a weathered gramophone from a parallel universe, to which we are granted access for 2 glorious minutes before being dragged back into the tangible world. ‘Journey’ calls on the spitting talents of Pink Tee for a slice of top quality continental hip hop over a choppy harp loop, soaked in reverb and accompanied by drums with some serious crunch and swing. ‘Papionini’ takes things into a more cosmic territory, complete with R&B tinged ‘ooos’ and a pitched-down vocal loop with serious swagger, all backed by a rolling bassline to put your speakers to the test.
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released 11 February 2014

Mastered by Kapak
All tracks produced by Primat
Executive Produced by Guillaume Bonte for Cosmonostro & Primat
Words by Luke Bolton
Artwork by 96



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