The day has come!! ill-esha x General Hydroponics x Seclusiasis USB Nug Jar is out now and shipping worldwide! All pre-orders went out last week and everyone should have received by now.
The iTunes/Spotify/etc digital release of “Hyperbolic Space Crochet” is May 18th but if you want the LP plus a bunch of bonus content on a sweet limited edition USB drive, grab this now!
ill-esha – Hyperbolic Space Crochet – USB Nug Jar – $20
This 4GB USB flash drive is chock full of exclusive bonus content in addition to the LP:
Hyperbolic Space Crochet – 11 songs (Wav & Mp3)
20/20 Wav stems – make your own ill-esha remix!
2 Videos by SaucemonsterAV – sick visual interpretations of tracks 1 & 7
Beautiful high resolution art – PDF booklet plus desktop & phone wallpapers
ill-esha has been a flourishing multi-talented artist, taking the world by storm from her early adventures in drum n’ bass to being a key figure in the glitch hop movement and to the recent era of future bass exploration. What has always been consistent in her music, is the soul and passion the breathes life into the beats. Her career has seen releases on labels such as Dub Police, Muti Music, Sound Plexus, and Street Ritual – and now ill-esha’s 4th full length album, Hyperbolic Space Crochet, will see the light from Philadelphia based label Seclusiasis.
Hyperbolic Space Crochet is packed full of her signature melodic and bassy vibes yet we certainly hear a further evolution of sound from the Colorado based producer, DJ and singer. Theres a great loose jazzyness that permeates the album and one of the subtle elements that ties it all together. The opening track “Climbing Jacob’s Ladder” is reminiscent of purple grime sounds and grabs the listener, demanding attention from the gate. The LPs many highlights include “Dreamtime” with its lush drifting and emotional ride, “Finding Beauty in Frustration” which is driven by funky percussion and punctuated by sultry vocals. The title cut has uplifting raving stabs and a beat that you can’t help but nod your head to. The LP comes to a close with “20/20” a moody offering that drips with heartache and serves as the most vocal oriented song on the album.