After discovering Lindsay Lowend over a year ago, I knew that he had great potential. Now with a more refined sound and plenty of releases, including his Wind Fish EP on Symbols Recordings and a handful of stand-out remixes, he has been creating a substantial amount of buzz around his distinctive talent. We couldn’t wait for more Lindsay Lowend music, so we’ve enlisted him for this week’s guest mix. Enjoy his eclectic offering below.
Kastle is one of those people in my life that I’ve come to appreciate every little thing he does. To the point where every time a text shows up on my phone from him, I know it’s going to be good. So when he shot one over saying I’m going to love the new artist he was about to release on his label Symbols, my interest was more than piqued. Little did I know how much that interest would explode upon hearing his latest signee: Lindsay Lowend. Young and full of a sort of weirdly-fantastic effervescent charm, Lindsay Lowend quickly rose to be my favorite upcoming artist.
I talked to Lindsay Lowend a couple weeks ago following the release of his EP Wind Fish on Symbols, dude is easily the most well-spoken guy I’ve ever interviewed. Perfect grammar. *Angels Singing* Since he explains everything you want to know so well, without further ado just click the jump to read the full interview.
Kastle, the HMIC of one of GDD’s favorite labels Symbols Recordings & pusher of all good aural sounds and producers, hit me up a few weeks ago with the preview for Lindsay Lowend‘s new EP saying he ‘had a prodigy on his hands’. I think he was right.
On deck for Kastle‘s on-point Symbols Recordings is a 4-track EP from 20 year old video game enthusiast and bass music prodigy, Lindsay Lowend. This young DC producer blends his interests in gaming and technology with a seemingly inherent feel for building depth and vibe to his music, a rare quality found in such green talent. Already picking up support from some big guns around the scene, I’d expect the Wind Fish EP to make some large waves toward the end of this summer. Available August 6th. √+
This week’s Dirt comes courtesy of the lovely Laura D and myself, Toks. We’re here to bring you the latest and greatest in everything from NU-K Garage to Dubstep and everything in between. Load up on some fresh tracks for the weekend, you know you’ll need it.
Know the glitch-funk duo, Dads on Display, that I’ve posted about previously? One-half of the duo, Tony Mendez, also has an alias, Lindsay Lowend, for his instrumental hip-hop productions. Though his tracks are trap-inspired, they don’t necessarily align with the heavy southern vibe that is typical within the genre. The Lindsay Lowend sound stays true to a spectrum of emotions with both a downtempo, introspective feel, and more of a party-friendly energy. It’s our pleasure to give you the the exclusive download of the excellent unofficial EP below, and if you need further convincing, check out the streams after the jump.
Download (25 MB .zip)