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Tracklist


1Drifter
Featuring, Written-By – Psychic Twin
3:58
2Shibuya
Featuring, Written-By – Kid A
4:55

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
B3SR 002, KKT004Beat Culture Drifter / Shibuya ‎(2xFile, MP3)B3SCI Records, Kaya Kaya RecordsB3SR 002, KKT004UK & US2014

Credits


  • Artwork By – Daniel David Freeman
  • Mastered ByPiper Payne
  • Mixed ByPatrick Brown
  • Artwork By – Daniel David Freeman
  • Mastered ByPiper Payne
  • Mixed ByPatrick Brown

Notes


Kim was born in Hong Kong, grew up in Tokyo and continued on to high school in the United States. Currently a sophomore at Yale University, his exposure to a variety of cities has informed his eclectic sound, which often seems to be on the verge of unraveling, chaotic, and abrasive as much as it is streamlined and pop-minded. He began making music in 2011, not knowing where the project would go. A few months later, he sat down with a friend and came up with the name "Beat Culture," which has no meaning - instead, it keeps the music from getting boxed into any particular genre or movement. The casual way in which the project was born also reveals a kind of functionality - rather than getting caught up with names, titles and other minor details, the music seeks to affect the listener in the most direct manner possible. By 2012, Kim self-released his debut full-length album, Tokyo Dreamer.

After nearly two long dedicated years of writing, Kim is reemerging with brand new material highlighting a more mature focus, as well as a new two member live show with a drummer. In early 2014 he will release his two singles "Drifter" and "Shibuya" physically and digitally through B3SCI Records and Kaya Kaya Records (UK), while continuing to work on his next full length release.Kim was born in Hong Kong, grew up in Tokyo and continued on to high school in the United States. Currently a sophomore at Yale University, his exposure to a variety of cities has informed his eclectic sound, which often seems to be on the verge of unraveling, chaotic, and abrasive as much as it is streamlined and pop-minded. He began making music in 2011, not knowing where the project would go. A few months later, he sat down with a friend and came up with the name "Beat Culture," which has no meaning - instead, it keeps the music from getting boxed into any particular genre or movement. The casual way in which the project was born also reveals a kind of functionality - rather than getting caught up with names, titles and other minor details, the music seeks to affect the listener in the most direct manner possible. By 2012, Kim self-released his debut full-length album, Tokyo Dreamer.

After nearly two long dedicated years of writing, Kim is reemerging with brand new material highlighting a more mature focus, as well as a new two member live show with a drummer. In early 2014 he will release his two singles "Drifter" and "Shibuya" physically and digitally through B3SCI Records and Kaya Kaya Records (UK), while continuing to work on his next full length release.

Beat Culture - Drifter / Shibuya MP3 FLAC
Performer: Beat Culture
Genre: Electronic / Pop
Title: Drifter / Shibuya
Country: US
Released: 21 Jan 2014
Style: Experimental
MP3 album: 1971 mb
FLAC album: 2678 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 223
Source: Vinyl, 7"
№ Cat: B3SR 002
Label: B3SCI Records