The Brighton four-piece Kudu Blue encompass influences from across both time and space from 90s trip-hop & sound system culture, all the way through to Buddhist chanting.
Collectively they combine to bring on a new wave of progressive UK dance and a sound that has already won them fans including BBS stations, NME, Wonderland, and Pigeons & Planes.
Owen (keys), Tom (bass), Creeda (rhythms) and Clem (vocals) entirely self-recorded and produced the EP, using a home studio that they moved between their various homes.
Driven by talent, curiosity, and an unyielding can-do attitude, Kudu Blue give you a refreshing snapshot of dance music in the UK in 2019, a back-to-basics postcard from the underground club scene.
Lead vocalist Clementine Douglas also writes and provides featured vocals for other house and DnB artists who we support on the station, so you will no doubt quickly become familiar with her distinct vocals as she is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned within the dance scene.
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