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Prayer - Beneath EP
12" Vinyl


Beneath EP

Grade 10

Released: 29th January 2016 | 4 track ambient ep

Prayer has released music on Zomby's Cult Music records and on Warp as part of the Duo Kollaps. His music has been picked up by a wide spectrum of dj's from Benji B to Diplo. He is a classically trained musician who uses brooding melodies to drive his tumes forward. Prayer is founding member of Grade10 and he has recently done mixes for Ninja Tune's Solidsteel radio and he has appeared on RinseFM and RinseFrance as well as Radar Radio and NTS Radio. Prayer has also worked with the Tate with their mixtape series which hegot a huge respone from.

The Beneath EP has been well recieved in the music press and it got 9/10 in Mixmag, the highest mark they have given, it has been featured in Dummy magazine, Clash Magazine, Crack Magazine and the EP was premiered in XlR8R and Running was streamed via I.D magazine. The video for Hope was featured on Wonderland Magazine and the EP has been picked up lots of other smaller blogs and websites. It got two seperate blog posts on Hypem and clothing retailer also did a small feature on the record.

"The kind of track you think you’re having an epiphany to at 4am but while your revelations will surely be forgotten by the next morning, “Hope” will resurface."
India Opie Meres,
"It's an intriguing release – at times sparse, fragmentary, at others lush and expansive, it's a pervasive whispering in your ear."
"Featuring four highly textural, dense cuts, Beneath breaks almost a year of silence from the UK-based producer. With obvious nods to UK producers such as Burial, the EP is also inspired by Prayer's classical music background and the work of Max Richter and Philip Glass. Fusing haunting layers of ambience, beautifully twisted vocals, and hard-edged beats, Prayer has crafted a sonic world that has a nostalgic undertone whilst simultaneously pushing things forward. Post-dubstep sits inside classical frameworks, with sprinklings of jungle and grime, for a sprawling amalgamation of electronics."
Luke Cheadle,
"Reminiscent of early Henrik Schwarz, Prayers, is a beautiful continuation of his endeavours to bridge the gap between the electronic and the classical worlds of music."
I.D Magazine, I.D Magazine
"It's an intense meeting of these two sound worlds, darker than I’ve previously covered."
Aimee Cliff, Fader