British Producer Casually Here Recreates A Drum Circle On “Burst”

“It kind of works like a somewhat belligerent high intensity sound bath.”

July 14, 2015

As field recordings in electronic music go, the one used on Casually Here's new single "Burst" is a pretty cute one. "'Burst' is built around a single guitar harmonic stretched and re-pitched throughout, and drums I recorded on my phone out of my bathroom window of kids at the [elementary] school next door playing in a drum circle," the British producer (and one half of pop duo Rainer) told The FADER over email. "It was the last track I wrote for the record and it sort of just wrote itself. It kind of works like a somewhat belligerent high intensity sound bath." Get immersed below, and look out for the record, Kept, this September.

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