Olaf Stuut: readies new 9-track LP + shares lead track

The Amsterdammer has a 9-track LP ready + shares lead track ‘Maze (feat. Marlon Penn)’

Olaf Stuut’s new album Run sees him reaching the creative apex of his career as a producer, composer and performer. Initially known for his remix work with artists like The Acid, Max Cooper and Tonik Ensemble, Stuut has toured Europe, tearing up his native city Amsterdam and visiting cities like Paris, Barcelona and London on the way.

Lead single ‘Maze’ reveals in more than just name. The first of two collaborations with singer/songwriter Marlon Penn sees Olaf utilising a driving bass and protean song structure to prop up Penn’s dark and abstracted vocals. As the song crescendoes, this oppressive sensation becomes less prevalent, the industrial elements are shorn in favour of ambient elements and it becomes a tour-de-force in cosmic brilliance.

Run is set to be Stuut’s boldest statement. It’s intricate and raw, which is as much as you can expect from a man who lists among his production influences both Hendrix and Debussy.

01. Maze (feat. Marlon Penn)
02. Pareidolia
03. A Scape Reality
04. Lush
05. Thank You
06. Run (feat. Marlon Penn)
07. Gravity Assist
08. Extended Travels
09. Billow

Olaf Stuut’s new LP is out June 10th on the 12″ vinyl & digital format. Check out the premiere via Complex UK here




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