Russian experimental electronic artist Ka Fu has just released his latest single, ‘Empty Days’ ahead of his upcoming first album Encoding: Master. The deep, male voice meets well with Wave, the underlying Hip-Hop tone complimenting both – an unexpected mix within the experimental electronic community that proves its worth.
“In ‘Empty Days’ I’m using this code of melancholic dynamic especially in bassline and then layering minor synth leads for going closer to what once has touched me deeply and changed the life. So that ‘Empty Days’ is a statement of the power to think and to identify yourself as a unique blessed human even in a “dead-end race” and then turn the greyness of your outdoor into your personal revolution.”
The producer, originally coming from a military city in Russia, has metaphorically let his hair loose by moving the city of Milan. The result is a musician who draws inspiration from a wide variety of other artists, including Depeche Mode, Noah B and Kareful.
Data Transmission had the following to say about the track, “If you are a fan of Depeche Mode like us at Data Transmission, you are going to love Ka Fu, that’s for sure! The production of this track is incredible, you can fall in love with Ka Fu after hearing it.”
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