Burial Uncovers Atsmospheric New Song “Dolphinz”
Iconic electronic music producer Burial has released a new single titled “Dolphinz”, which is accompanied by the track “Chemz”, on a separate new vinyl EP. Both tracks are currently available on Bandcamp.
“Dolphinz” is a nine-minute ambience affair, opening up to whispered voices before slowly shifting to a painful, howling wind sound that is complemented by eerie undertones that evoke images of trees and puddles of water. shallow water. The track ultimately adds more tones, as its midsection is complemented by lighter, more ethereal sounds, before returning to the dark, while a brief vocal interlude regarding dolphin biology continues.
Hailing from the UK in the mid-2000s, the name Burial was generally associated with the region’s booming dubstep scene at the time, where it made a name for itself thanks to its unique rhythmic structure and fascinating cut voices. While “Chemz” and “Dolphinz” are both big deviations from its eponymous debut and follow-up. False, the old track retains Burial’s characteristic vocal sampling. The twelve-minute song is rooted in contemporary house music thanks to its snare-infused rhythm, groovy melodies, and R&B vocal samples, but its undertones are clearly Burial’s work. After a long hiatus throughout the 2010s, Burial has resurfaced in the past two years, first releasing a new compilation album in 2019 before teaming up with Radiohead‘s Thom Yorke and fellow electronics producer Four Tet. for the 12 ″ “Her Revolution”. and “His Rope” last fall. In April, it was announced that the producer would share a joint EP alongside Blackdown.