“Songs to Make Up To” is a tranquil, clean cut and reflectiveÂ EPÂ from Perth’s Ta-Ku. The first run went by quick and popped up again, then sold out again and here we are down to the last 10 or so copies via Fatbeats. There really isn’t a confirmation on how many are currentlyÂ pressed. Just know, Ta-Ku makes primo hip-hop glazedÂ beatsÂ that could easily flourish into pop gems when laid beside the right vocals. This is sure to be a doozy in your collection courtesy of Future Classic Records.
RIYL: J-Dilla, 9th Wonder, Nujabes
Ta-ku returns to headphones around the globe this June with Songs To Make Up To, the long-awaited follow up to his 2013 beat suite, Songs To Break Up To. â€śLove Againâ€ť is the projectâ€™s first salvo, a collaboration with singer/songwriter JMSN and fellow bass expert Sango (Soulection) that lays handclap-ready gospel vibes all over Ta-kuâ€™s signature, soulful knock. Songs To Make Up To marks a major artistic leap forward for the Perth producer, but like the song says, â€śGive it time, give it time / This ainâ€™t no race.â€ť
Get yours on limited edition blue 12" vinyl, complete with poster insert and Ta-ku sticker.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive