- The four-track record is due on November 19th.
Femme Culture label boss Elkka has a new 12-inch on the way.
Arriving November 19th via Ninja Tune sub-label Technicolour, Harmonic Frequencies touches on house and ambient over four tracks, one of which samples Julianna Barwick's vocals.
Describing the release in a statement, London-based Elkka explained how the pandemic impacted her creative vision. "Not being able to see family and friends, to perform and fully express myself left me feeling like a part of me was not being nourished. Like most people, when things opened up again, I could feel and see the colour coming back into my life."
Harmonic Frequencies follows Euphoric Melodies, an EP that also came out via Technicolour this past May. Read our review of that record. "In Euphoric Melodies, I was discovering and studying what made me feel good, what I needed to feel good," Elkka said. "Harmonic Frequencies is the journey from being deprived of all of those things back to feeling fulfilled once more."
The Welsh artist is slated to perform live shows around the UK in October and November. For more on her style, revisit her RA Podcast from August.
Listen to the title track off the new EP.
01. Harmonic Frequencies
02. Music To Heal To
Technicolour will release Harmonic Frequencies on November 19th, 2021.
Photo Credit: Alex Lambert