19 Aug Trading Tunes with Andrei Eremin


Andrei Eremin first made a name for himself in Melbourne producing tracks for Chet Faker, Hiatus Kaiyote, Banoffee, Japanese Wallpaper and more. He then began dropping noticeable remixes of artists such as Milwaukee Banks and I’lls. Now he’s releasing his own music and really making a name for himself as a musician. His latest single ‘Anhedoniac‘ featuring Kučka, will no doubt finish in our annual Australian end of year list. You can catch him playing at the Paradise music festival in late November, but until then, check out his Trading Tunes picks.

1. Herzeloyde – ‘Pull’


“Hat tip to Tommy Faith A.K.A. the man behind Sound Doctrine, for putting me onto this guy (I always feel weird stealing other people’s recommendations). Herzeloyde is one of the most talented producers I’ve ever heard, and rumour has it that he’s just a young fella from Melbourne. His music is inspired by trap and modern dance music, but instead of fitting into the transitory Hype Machine culture that pervades this style, it feels like he’s dissected and put his own spin on it with a deep knowledge of groove, harmony and frequency manipulation. Every track’s a winner!”

Marcus Rimondini
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