Exclusive: Embrace the melancholic euphoria of Arthur Wimble's debut EP

Exclusive: Embrace the melancholic euphoria of Arthur Wimble's debut EP

The mysterious producer's new six-tracker is an absolute delight.

So far this year we've shared a couple of tracks from Queensland-based producer Arthur Wimble in Hearts and It Breaks - loving both for the pixelated electronic warmth he brings to the table. Brimming with delicate, soulful vocals set to restrained, intricate productions that are wholly unique in the Australian electronic music landscape, it's another (no-longer) hidden gem from the good folks at TEEF Recordings. At times sounding like James Blake rinsed through 8-bit sounds, the EP swells not unlike the organ from which it takes its name. The weather is miserable and rainy over here today, and this could not be a more perfect soundtrack. We hope you enjoy it as much as we have been below, and if so do yourself a favour and grab it via BANDCAMP.

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