Gramatik has been having a great year so far. From linking back up with GRiZ on another long-awaited Grizmatik single, to joining Ramzoid on a unique remix of Flume’s “Wall Fuck” he’s only just beginning to roll out what he has in store for 2017. Today, he’s teamed up with frequent collaborator Eric Krasno on “Recovery”, his first independent track since 2016.
Throughout his discography, Gramatik has consistently delivered a distinctive electro-funk/glitch-hop vibe, regardless of the tune, and his latest offering is no different. “Recovery” opens with a blissful, vintage sounding intro before quickly progressing into a funky guitar riff and soulful verse from Eric Krasno. Gramatik’s seamless electronic production and Eric Krasno passionate vocals mix perfectly throughout the incredibly smooth track. He also tweeted hinting at a release titled "Recoil" on June 17… there aren't any details on what the release is but definitely keep an eye out (see tweet below). Enjoy!
Gramatik – Recovery (Ft. Eric Krasno)
This year marks the 100. anniversary of the infamous takedown of Nikola Tesla's biggest project, the Wardenclyffe Tower. #TBT
► JUNE 17th pic.twitter.com/qP1BgLPMgq
— Gramatik (@Gramatik) June 1, 2017