Premiere: Listen to the primary tracks of Coyu's debut LP, 'You Don't Know' – EDM All Day
Seven years of intense introspection and studio work have birthed You Don’t Know—Coyu‘s first ever album. The artist and his label Suara have gone by a metamorphosis as of late, heading in each darker and extra progressive instructions on the identical time. It solely feels pure accomplished physique of labor that encompasses all of the sounds which have led the artist to the place he’s at present would lastly arrive. You Don’t Know is ready to debut in mid-June, however forward of time we’ve been capable of snag an unique style of what to anticipate by a four-track sampler.
Don’t count on an LP that serves a membership operate; You Don’t Know branches far past a singular sound and exhibits off simply how versatile Coyu might be. While the sampler opens with a jarring “My First Pill,” a high-paced techno tune that includes The Horrorist, “Happiness? Go Ahead” is a gritty, industrial-leaning breaks quantity with harsh textures and eerie vocals taking part in heart stage in a kickless soundscape. “Insania,” a modular, glitchy quantity, makes out to be one of the crucial experimental items on the entire album and as soon as once more finds magnificence within the summary. Coyu closes out the sampler with “Unite,” one other curler of a techno tune outfitted with acid strains and chugging percussion constructed for conflict. Ultimately, this small piece of the album puzzle succeeds in exhibiting off a well-rounded artist who’s right here to inform a darkish story come his album’s official unveiling in June.
Order a replica of the sampler, due February 25, here.