Stevie Kincade | Apocryphal Gospels [Ultraklystron Remixes]

Stevie Kincade | Apocryphal Gospels [Ultraklystron Remixes]

In January 2015 Australian emcee/producer dropped his first release in two years. Personal Sermons was an honest introspective in rap form. That release now receives the remix treatment from Ultraklystron.

Breathing new life into Stevie Kincade‘s Personal Sermons, Ultraklystron applies his electronic flavour to the remix release Apocryphal Gospels. Leaving the vocals from the source material very much intact the U.S. producer has focused on creating a wholly different tone for the listener. Grand electronic compositions give a more rounded feel to Kincade’s often blunt vocal delivery with sweeping synth soundscapes and tight drum loops. Occasional Drum & Bass influences shine through.

Ultraklystron‘s remix of Emergency featured on Personal Sermons as a bonus track. If you enjoyed that, you’ll also find it on Apocryphal Gospels with the rest of the release sure to offer an equal amount of pleasure.

Apocryphal Gospels is available to download via Stevie Kincade‘s bandcamp page as a name your price release.


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