Today we welcome a new label, born in the city of London. Colour Codes has it all planned, a well curated introduction that begins with an artist looking to break out of his local scene. Release number one comes in digital form, out today and soon to be celebrated at a launch party in December. The man behind the music is a chap called Cramer.
Based by sunnier shores on the South Coast of England, Cramer took an avenue into production following a music focus started from an early age. It began with classical piano and it wasn’t long before he was bitten by the bug of electronica. His sound is already being supported in his hometown and it’s not surprising the word is spreading. Cramer launches Colour Code with a four track EP and we have the title track on the premiere.
‘Waverunner’ is a pleasant house groover, kicking things off nicely to start the EP. The bassline whomps, rounded and gentle with a solid underlying kick. Textures purr through the bars, while faint synths bring in the warmth.
Less is more in this one. Coming in at just over five minutes in length, the beats are steady and the elements modest. Electronic sounds dart playfully over the drifting synth line, with light lasers that shoot amidst chopped, robotic voice.
‘Waverunner’ suits the warm up, chilled in nature but poised to make you move.
Buy the Waverunner EP from Bandcamp, released today.