There are some tracks I listen to and think, 'Oh, nice.' There are others that make me want to dry heave. Then there are the ones that creep up from behind and do that bend-their-knees-into-yours thing: BAM, I'm on the floor and all the better for it. Bristol producer Coleco's "Black and Neon" is in the latter camp. It's a wily little thing – somewhere between trap and cinematic score – yet wholly satisfying. If you're feeling it, check Coleco's Spatial EP, which came out April 21 on his own label Inflect Audio. One to keep an ear on.
April 23, 2014