Dutch DJ/producer Olaf Stuut has unleashed his signature dark and abstract spin on minimalist electronic trio, The Acid’s single RA, released this June via. Infectious).
The Acid are back with the next in a string of remixes of their original track RA, released earlier this year. This time remixed by Olaf Stuut (Traum, Cocoon, Atomnation), who conjures a dreamy trip with his notoriously indefinable genre and expert use of percussion.
The Acid came together as collaboration between British Grammy-nominated producer and renowned globe-trotting DJ Adam Freeland, Californian polymath Steve Nalepa and Australian vocalist/producer/cult folk artist Ry X. First appearing in 2013 with their debut self-titled EP, the group quickly followed up with the release of Liminal, a sonically drenched body of work with clear nods to artists such as Portishead, Aphex Twin and Thom Yorke, that crosses over a range of genres, which include everything from techno and R&B to deep house and beyond.
Remixes from David August, Weval and LUKA are OUT NOW as well as a further rework from Alex Banks, set for release prior to The Acid’s summer gigs and festival dates including Appletree Garden Festival, DE and Secret Garden Party, UK .
“Ghost” is the third single to be taken from the bands debut album Liminal, released earlier this year via Infectious Music/Mute Records in North America, to widespread critical acclaim including the likes of NME, The Independent and DIY.
With her take on Ghost, Maya injects a fresh shot of energy into the heavy and atmospheric sonic soundscape provided by The Acid, giving the track a head-nodding revamp, enabling the song to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the freshest club dub plates around.
Maya Jane Coles is no stranger to the UK bass scene either, having spent the last eight years releasing a multitude of EP’s and albums, as well as stepping up on remix duties for the likes of The XX, Little Dragon and Bonobo to name a few.
The Acid came together as a partnership between Brit Adam Freeland, L.A. producer Steve Nalepa, and Ry Cuming, a.k.a. RY X, an Australian singer/songwriter. First appearing in 2013 with their debut self-titled EP, the group quickly followed up with the release of Liminal, a sonically drenched body of work with clear nods to artists such as Portishead, Aphex Twin and Thom Yorke, that crosses over a range of genres, which include everything from techno and R&B to deep house and beyond.
Maya Jane Coles’ re-work of Ghost is the first in a series of remixes around the track, which the band plan to unveil before the year is out.
The Acid is the electro collaboration trio of Adam Freeland, the globe trotting DJ and producer, Steve Nalepa, the Californian composer, producer and professor, and RY X, the LA-based artist and producer. Their debut album, Liminal, will drop on July 7th via Infectious Music.
The band have given fans a whiff of what to expect from Liminal with the release of a new video for album track, “Fame”. Directed jointly by Ry X and Dugan O’Neal, this great video features choreography from dance/performance art trio WIFE.
Enigmatic trio The Acid unveiled the video for "Basic Instinct", taken from their excellent "The Acid EP". The Acid are, Californian Polymath Steve Nalepa (Drake, The Weeknd), Globe-trotting and Grammy-nominated producer/DJ Adam Freeland and LA based singer-songwriter Ry X. Video directed by Dugan O’Neal.