Sweat Equity’s Sommelier Release Polyrhythm Workout “Sour”
The Philadelphia-based duo Sommelier, which is comprised of Cameron Potter and Virginia de las Pozas, has been recording and writing together since capping a tour in mid-2015, and present their first collaborative release via Sweat Equity.
Listen to polyrhythm workout and lead single track of their album i said i’m not to be bothered which is scheduled to be released this week:
Sweat Equity told Mask Magazine over email, that Sommelier’s anticipated the album i said i’m not to be bothered “runs the gamut in terms of techniques and touchstones, always moving forward while maintaining a healthy sense of space and depth. From the schizoid dub opener “.4” through to the Miami Bass-tinged atmospheres of “.01,” through to the dusty, pounding kicks and warped samples of lead single “.Sour,” the record’s emphasis on clattering polyrhythms and the spaces between each hit makes the record equally enjoyable for chin-scratchers and the jackers alike.”