It is always nice when a good mate gets something signed and released. It’s always better when you know personally how much work and time went into said release. It is even better still when their release has been signed, along with multiple further EPs, to a label run by a legend as big as Brawther.
Zweizig is a name you should be keeping your eye on if you are a fan of the more minimal, inter-dimensional spacey grooves of people like Ricardo Villalobos, as by his own admission Ricardo is one of his biggest influences.
I should state here that I did not teach Zweizig production, we only assisted in the mix down side of things and gave him a kick up the arse to get things finished.
His music which is set to be released has been in the making for a decade now, and his commitment to experimentation is evident in all his tracks, a decent lesson in itself for anyone looking to make something “different”.
Released last week, the Rhythm Tension EP hit the number 4 spot on Juno Records and its reception has been expectably great. You can give it a listen yourself below or you can grab your copy by clicking on this link: https://www.juno.co.uk/products/zweizig-rhythm-tension/713829-01/
We can confidently say that the other dozen or so tracks Zweizig popped by to help get mixed down are equally as interesting, and his latest stuff is in another dimension all together, but you may have to wait until he has finished building his live set before you can hear any of that material.
You can catch Zweizig’s first live set at Penda in Birmingham on 26th May.
Event info: https://www.facebook.com/events/396016011183617/