Hudson Mohawke feat. Irfane - "Very First Breath" (audio)

by Brice Ezell

24 March 2015

"Very First Breath" was just named was named Hottest Record In The World by Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show.
 

The Glasgow musician and DJ Hudson Mohawke is set to drop his newest LP, Lantern this summer. This release will follow what has been a productive spring for him, which included appearances at the just-concluded South By Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas.

Below you can stream “Very First Breath”, where Hudson Mohawke is joined by French vocalist Irfane.
  



Lantern is out on 16 June via Warp.

Hudson Mohawke tour dates:

Sat, Mar 28—RBMA Guest House, Sagamore Hotel—Miami, FL
Sat, May 23—Chop Shop & 1st Ward—Chicago, IL
Sun, May 24—Movement Electronic Music Festival—Detroit, MI
Thu, May 28—Irving Plaza—New York, NY
Fri, May 29—U Street Music Hall—Washington DC
Sat, May 30—The Roots Picnic—Philadelphia, PA
Sun, May 31—Brighton Music Hall—Boston, MA
Sat, Jun 06—Field Day—London, UK
Sat, Jun 06—XOYO—Field Day After-party—London, UK
Sun, Jun 07—Parklife—Manchester, UK
Sat, Jun 20—We Are Electric Outdoor—Eersel, Netherlands
Sat, Jun 27—Mula Fest—Madrid, Spain
Fri, Jul 17—Melt! Festival—Graefenhainchen, Germany
Sat, Jul 18—Longitude—Marley Park, Ireland
Fri, Jul 24—Fuji Rock—Niigata, Japan
Sat, Aug 01—Osheaga Festival—Montreal, QC
Fri, Aug 21—Lowlands Festival—Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
Fri, Aug 28—Leeds Festival—Leeds, UK
Sun, Aug 30—Reading Festival—Reading, UK

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