Submerse – ‘Stay Home’ (Editors Choice)

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Album: Stay Home
Artist: Submerse
Release Date: May 26, 2015
Label: Project Mooncircle

With a few days left until his new release, we get an exclusive listen to Submerse new project ‘Stay Home’. Taking in the smooth silky feeling and textures of 90’s Slow Jams and R&B music, ‘Stay Home’ converts these into submerse’s unique style of beats. Aiming to work as the soundtrack to urban scenes of life, whether you’re roaming the city streets at night or by just staying home and capturing these moments from a window. ‘Stay Home’ also ventures into Chicago’s signature Juke/footwork rhythms on a few occasions.

Inspired by his recent move to Japan, the London beatmaker and producer says:
“Back living in Shibuya on the 9th floor I can see day turn to night and watch the city breathe.“

While his first EP’s and his recently released debut album ‘Slow Waves’ dealt with nostalgia and exploring the city life of Tokyo, submerse has finally found a place to stay and call home.

Some of our favorite tracks are: THERE ALL FUCKING DOPE!!!

‘Stay Home’ will be available worldwide on limited vinyl, including download code as well as a limited edition CD including a bonus track via Project Mooncircle/flau records in Japan on May 26, 2015.

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