Berlin’s cadeu returns to Hyperboloid Records with the body-jilting ‘omg’.
A label undefinable by genre and rather by attitude, Moscow’s Hyperboloid Records have paved their way with an unwavering focus in curation. Headed up by Dmitry Garin, Sergey Saburov and Alexey Devyanin (Pixelord, Gultskra Artikler, Stud), Hyperboloid has played host to a wide spectrum of musical ideas over their years in digital, vinyl and cassette formats.
With a catalogue stretching back as far as 2008, Hyperboloid have continually sewn together futuristic productions and aesthetics, all the while building a family of artists who rep this same forward-facing mentality. A regular appearance within this sizable discography is Berlin sound artist, cadeu, whose explorations in electronic mutations have led him and Hyperboloid, mutually, down varying paths of quality experimentation.
Together, they now prep cadeu’s forthcoming album ‘hy’. Named after the label, this new body of work arrives without any conceptual forms inside, instead playing with space, composition and syncopation of moving parts. In ‘omg’, cadeu intricately weaves jagged glitch with a smooth and moody dancehall-esque refrain. An intensive skit-style track, hitting in a way that is as much body-jilting as it is brain-blowing. Check it out below.
cadeu’s ‘hy’ LP will be available via Hyperboloid Records, 28th August in digital and cassette formats.
Grab it here.