Error Operator feat. ShadowBox – ‘33,000ft’

New single from the winsome Error Operator, out next month. More downbeat loveliness.

There’s an original mix and one from Henry Krinkle (previously here). The original mix is a thing of loveliness. The vocals from ShadowBox really work in harmony with the music. There’s something of Hayling about this. It’s languid and romantic in that lost love sense. Beautiful. There’s a remix by lush house artist Henry Krinkle. This is lush in a dubby kind of way. It’s more electronic but oddly works less well. Stick to the original mix. Error Operator knows what he’s doing.

Blurb: After the success of ‘Mstblove’ and ‘Never I Us’ being backed by the likes of Dazed Magazine, Mixmag, Clash & Drowned In Sound, Error Operator returns, this time collaborating with New York native and Pictures Music signing ShadowBox on vocal duties. 33,000ft is an ode to laidback electronic music, featuring a subtle sonic spectrum only adding to the ever evolving Error Operator sound. The B-Side comes complete with a sprinkling of sub bass and darkness courtesy of Florida native Henry Krinkle.

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Artwork by Thomas Durrans. http://toomuchmustard.tumblr.com/

Released by: earFOOD Recordings
Release/catalogue number: [EAR003]
Release date: Oct 8, 2012

~ by acidted on September 7, 2012.

One Response to “Error Operator feat. ShadowBox – ‘33,000ft’”

  1. That is lovely. Hits the spot. Cheers Ctel and have a good weekend.

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