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General News / June 5, 2020

Actualacid recruits Marcus Woods for crushing new cut ‘Smith’

General News / June 5, 2020

Actualacid recruits Marcus Woods for crushing new cut ‘Smith’

It’s the first collaboration between Burner Records and Hausu.

Two of Ireland’s premier producers have joined forces for an abrasive and visceral anthem. ‘Smith’ is the synthesis of two artists who have routinely defied genre in recent years.

Hausu’s Actualacid first appeared with a psychedelic project ‘Boredoms 500′, but since has dipped his toes in a range of sounds, drawing from Memphis rap to vaporwave.

Burner Records’ Marcus Woods has grown from bedroom lofi hip hop producer to an artist in his own lane creating immersive and ambient sounds.

‘Smith’ sees the duo throw any preconceived notions about their sound out the window with enormous percussion and chopped speech samples from none other than The Fall’s Mark E Smith powering the track.

 

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