About a month ago, we noted that New York based beatmaker Nathan Broaddus was back via a track on the outstanding Friends of Friends compilation Show Me The Future. Continuing on the steam of that release, Broaddus announced his first release on Friends of Friends, Yore, which is set to compile remastered tracks from his North Dorm EP and his full-length as well as a few unreleased tracks.
“Friend [Lover]” was an early standout from that aforementioned EP but in its new incarnation it’s hazy vocal sampling lies in more evident contrast to the smooth crack of the drums. Definitely worth a listen below.
Yore is out April 16th on Friends of Friends.
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