BIG GIGANTIC | WAKA FLOCKA FLAME | BEAT FATIGUE | ANOMALIE | DEFUNK PROBCAUSE | RYAN SHAW | KOTEK | LUXAS | CHRISHIRA PERRIER
Out Now Via Lowtemp
STREAM: SPOTIFY | APPLE MUSIC | SOUNDCLOUD
TOUR DATES 3/12-6/26:
BUKU, SF, MONTREAL, GREECE, + MORE
Find a full list of tour dates below
The culmination of three-years of releases, today Gramatik introduces RE:Coil Deluxe, the combined release of both his RE:Coil Pt.I and RE:Coil Pt. II albums. In addition to the critically acclaimed project releases that feature Big Gigantic, Anomalie, Waka Flocka Flame, ProbCause, Kotek, Beat Fatigue, Defunk, Luxas, and more, the Deluxe edition also features four unreleased instrumentals for “Aymo,” “Recovery,” “Don’t Give Up,” and “Requiem For Peace.”
RE:Coil Pt. 1 marked Gramatik’s first album release in three-years following 2016’s LP EPIGRAM. Standout cuts from RE:Coil Deluxe include his collaboration with Talib Kweli and Balkan Bump “Aymo,” that many may remember from this year’s Porsche Superbowl commercial. In addition, the project also features Gramatik’s collaboration with Big Gigantic on “Better Belive it,” and “Voyager Twins” with Galactic Marvl– a new alias of legendary producer DJ Green Lantern.
RE:Coil Deluxe follows a monumental 2019 in which he celebrated the 10-year anniversary of his seminal Street Bangerz mixtape, a project that arguably put him on the map, with the release of Street Bangerz Vol. 5. Subsequent to this release, were two sold-out New York City shows featuring rare Street Bangerz only cuts that proved to be some of the most memorable shows of his career. In addition, he also took RE:Coil Pt.II on the road for a nationwide tour across 16 cities.
RE:Coil Deluxe comes to us via Gramatik’s own label Lowtemp. Established in 2013, Lowtemp was created in his vision of music being a free medium. A digtial-crusader of sorts, Gramatik – real name Denis Jasarević, has a long history of file sharing his music. Between Lowtemp, and the sharing of his full discography – including 11 albums and four EPs via BitTorrent, Gramatik has successfully revolutionized the artist-fan relationship.
This year, Gramatik will also be undertaking a number of live tour dates. Fans can catch him live beginning at BUKU in New Orleans March 21st, followed by dates across North America and Europe. Find a full list of tour dates below.
3/21 – New Orleans, LA – BUKU Music + Art Project
4/9 – San Francisco, CA – 1015 Folsom
4/24 – Charlotte, NC – Digital Gardens Music & Arts Celebration
4/24 – Nashville, TN – The Cowan
5/8 – Boston, MA – Big Night Live (18+)
5/9 – Montreal, QC, Canada – New City Gas
5/22 – Lake Como, PA – Elements Music & Arts Festival
6/4 – Ozark, AR – Backwoods at Mulberry Mountain
6/19 – Palaio Faliro, Greece – Release Athens
6/20 – Thessaloníki, Greece – Fix Factory of Sound
6/26 – Lake Cowichan, BC, Canada – Laketown Shakedown