Khamsin & Kidswaste join on new single 'Plastic Dreams'

French producers Khamsin and Kidswaste linked up for a brand new jam, “Plastic Dreams.” Both multi-talented musicians are former members of Slow Hours Collective and have been crushing the solo recreation. Khamsin’s been recruited for remixes by ZHU and Mura Masa, to call just a few. The latter, since releasing a debut album in early 2017, has acquired elevated consideration with a Manila Killa collaboration and peak Spotify playlist placement. Needless to say, they’ve constructed fairly the listener base for this launch.

The observe is exclusive in its personal proper, with a easy melody that builds into a satisfying mixture of guitar riffs, electro-synths, and fascinating vocals. Khamsin mentioned he began on the observe just a few months in the past after which fired it off to Kidswaste.

“He actually appreciated it and advised me he wished to attempt some guitars & vocals stuff on it… I’m more than pleased with the ultimate outcome on this track, and I believe it blends completely our mutual universes.”

This is simply the beginning of some new content material from the producers, as Khamsin will probably be releasing a collection of singles within the coming months referred to as Reminiscence, and Kidswaste is engaged on a sophomore album.