katogo channels mesmerising 80s aesthetics on new Antennaterra single "Moving Lips"

Following the success of their Grime Voices.remix EP, Antennaterra have dropped a new single. Leaving the mic to one side, producer katogo embraces a slower, mellower kind of grime instrumental with “Moving Lips”.

It’s one of those tracks that draws you in and holds you in the moment, with delicate, near-breathless wooden flutes, bright ringing strings and an enthralling lukeme sample from Ugandan musician Geoffrey Oryema. Embracing classic 80s aesthetics with splashing gated reverb snares and the finishing touch of a vocal snippet from Heart’s timeless “Alone”, katogo gives “Moving Lips” a deeper emotional resonance. This complex yet calming 130bpm track is a true reflection of how flexible grime styles can really be.

Check out "Moving Lips" below on Antennaterra's Bandcamp.

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