The Glaswegian producer will bring his kaleidoscopic hip-hop sound to the full-length format later this year.
The young turntablist producer came up through the ranks of Glasgow's Luckyme collective, constructing his own off-kilter take on modern hip-hop and R&B. Warp's Steve Beckett announced that he was to join their roster back at 2007's Red Bull Music Academy in Toronto, and he's been working on fresh beats for his first full-length ever since. It's now ready for public consumption, and he's decided to give the "attempt at a sort of prog rock meets vintage soul meets sleazy R&B aesthetic" the title Butter.
Two cuts from this year's Polyfolk Dance EP will get a second outing on the record ("Velvet Peel" and a new version of the title track which now goes under the name of "3.30") as well as his "Star Crackout" track, but the rest of the album contains totally fresh material, with collaborations from Nadsroic, Oliver Daysoul and LA-based boogie aficionado Dam Funk all set to feature.
01. Shower Melody
03. Joy Fantastic feat. Daysoul
06. Fruit Touch
08. Acoustic Lady
09. Rising 5
10. Twistclip Loop
11. Just Decided feat. Oliver Daysoul
12. No One Could Ever
13. Velvet Peel
14. Tell Me What You Want From Me feat. Dam Funk
16. Star Crackout
17. Allhot feat. Nadsroic
18. Black N Red
Warp Records will release Butter on October 12th, 2009.