bad tuner

BIOGRAPHY

bad tuner — the DIY producer who’s become a “rising star” (Billboard) in New York’s underground dance music scene and whose “hazy, percussive, and impeccably lush” (DJ Mag) music demonstrates a subtle, sophisticated touch that “feels brand new but simultaneously crawling with nostalgia” (Flaunt) — shares 24 hours, his debut single for Foreign Family Collective / Ninja Tune.“24 hours” reimagines The Chemical Brothers with a restless rhythmic k...

bad tuner — the DIY producer who’s become a “rising star” (Billboard) in New York’s underground dance music scene and whose “hazy, percussive, and impeccably lush” (DJ Mag) music demonstrates a subtle, sophisticated touch that “feels brand new but simultaneously crawling with nostalgia” (Flaunt) — shares 24 hours, his debut single for Foreign Family Collective / Ninja Tune.

“24 hours” reimagines The Chemical Brothers with a restless rhythmic knock that splits the difference between gritty 90s East Coast hip-hop and the resurgent lo-fi house scene. The frenzy of booming breakbeats and the track’s visceral wall of sound translates to the mind and body as would 200mg of caffeine. It’s a genuine rush.


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BIOGRAPHY

bad tuner — the DIY producer who’s become a “rising star” (Billboard) in New York’s underground dance music scene and whose “hazy, percussive, and impeccably lush” (DJ Mag) music demonstrates a subtle, sophisticated touch that “feels brand new but simultaneously crawling with nostalgia” (Flaunt) — shares 24 hours, his debut single for Foreign Family Collective / Ninja Tune.“24 hours” reimagines The Chemical Brothers with a restless rhythmic knock that splits the...

bad tuner — the DIY producer who’s become a “rising star” (Billboard) in New York’s underground dance music scene and whose “hazy, percussive, and impeccably lush” (DJ Mag) music demonstrates a subtle, sophisticated touch that “feels brand new but simultaneously crawling with nostalgia” (Flaunt) — shares 24 hours, his debut single for Foreign Family Collective / Ninja Tune.

“24 hours” reimagines The Chemical Brothers with a restless rhythmic knock that splits the difference between gritty 90s East Coast hip-hop and the resurgent lo-fi house scene. The frenzy of booming breakbeats and the track’s visceral wall of sound translates to the mind and body as would 200mg of caffeine. It’s a genuine rush.