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Kutmah Vinyl, CD & tapes by Kutmah at Norman Records

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Kutmah
TROBBB!

After multiple releases on Obey and Hit+Run, and doing a mix for Ninja Tune, Kutmah makes his debut for Big Dada with THROBBB!. High octane mash of fiery hip hob beats and a spitting punk attitude. Think Death Grips meets Run The Jewels and Edan. Features tracks with many guest artists, including Natureboy Flako, Gonjasufi, Jeremiah Jae, Akello G Light, and many more.

Kutmah
Closure

First released as a beat-tape back in 2011, Kutmah’s Closure at last gets the vinyl pressing that its low-slung, dubbed-out hip-hop instrumentals deserve. The tracks were made between 2004 and 2011, so we can truly trace the history of Kutmah with this release. Nine tracks and 10” of red vinyl, served in a screenprinted sleeve on Hit+Run.

Kutmah
Black Wave Tapes Vol. 1

Kutmah is thrown into grey London from the shining sun of L.A. These thumpers were previously on tape. Now pressed and squeezed onto limited edition coloured vinyl (200 copies). Ouch. You can hear sirens sing while demonic sounding bass turns over and over. Kutmah spat these out in London. You can hear the pressure all over it. Mid-paced atmosphere drenched back-room stalkers infused with menace, textural crackle and hiss, distorted tribalist beats with interesting use of vocal snippets and dystopian synth work not to mention de dark ambient sampledelic sploshings. Curious, enigmatic and surely collectible to the max, These silk screened ten-inchers are nice mood pieces for the more esoteric electronica spotter. The first bit of this review was from Robin, Brian added some more shit to make it into a complete review. It's almost the same as the other one. Co-team...GO! Lazy, exhausted and ready for our Xmas sleep-a-thon yo.....that's us.

Kutmah
Black Wave Tapes Vol. 2

If a track is called Untitled, does it still have a name? If Kutmah stands in a forest and there is nobody to hear him, does he still make sick beats that will scratch your itch? The answer is yes, and he definitely does so on this newest 10” edition of the strikingly inaccurately named Black Wave Tapes. Limited to 200 coloured vinyl copies.