King Monday - Kotel'naya (feat. Comfortless)
The UK based producer King Monday shares with us his track, “Kotel’naya (feat. Comfortless) from his brand new ep, Weightless.
There’s something incredibly catching about Monday’s dark, electronica and how it’s paired with Comfortless’ vocals. The rhythm of his spoken words are soothing in a way, they give the song a unique sense of rhythm, meanwhile there’s a minimal-ambient atmosphere happening underneath. As everything begins to build up, the song takes on a life of its own and we find a more uptempo beat that is intertwined with various synths and vocal samples. This is a great, late night track as it’s filled with some mesmerizing hooks and leads.
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