Samuraidel is a 20 years old music producer based in Seattle, whose tag line is ‘I chop up records, instead of my enemies’. Samuraidel’s style is heavily influenced by Wutang Clan, J Dilla, Madlib, MF Doom, and Pete Rock. However, more recently he has been expanding into house and electronica, where his influences stem from ESTA, Jungle, The Tropics, Disclosure, SBTRKT, Saje, and many others.
Samuraidel’s debut LP is called ‘Way of the Fastbender’ and features collaborations with Toby Kyle, BZKT, Sam Nelly, Chris Morris and Brasco Noir. It is the fifth volume in his beat tape discography.
His track ‘Rainshine’ is one of this week’s staff picks- head to the Discover page to hear it and find other handpicked gems. To find out more about Samuraidel, follow him on Clowdy, Twitter and Facebook.
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