Giveaway :: Ta-ku ‘Re ϟ Twerk’
August 30th 2012
Let’s play a little game of GUESS WHO (has just released an EP that’s reduced me to exciting squealing).
– He’s from Perth.
– He’s a graduate of Red Bull Music Academy.
– He worked with Chet Faker long before the Chocolates & Cigarettes EP.
– He’s had releases on Brownswood, Project Mooncircle and Finest Ego.
– His name pops up alongside Hermitude, Flume and Kendrick Lamar in remix projects.
Didya get it? Because I’m going to squeal again…
Perth producer Ta-ku has just released Re ϟ Twerk: a collection of reworks, remixes and original productions. It features his remixes of Hermitude, Snakadaktal, Kendrick Lamar and B. Lewis, plus a whole bunch of killer new beats. Re ϟ Twerk sees Ta-ku delve into trap, 2step and bass – and it’s impressive as ever for this prolific producer.
Ta-ku has given us access to 5 free downloads of Re ϟ Twerk. What a bro.
Want one? Send us your definition of ‘TWERK’ to email@example.com… We’ll post the winners below and send you the digital album for free!
Want it right now? Send your ears over to taku.me.
And the winners are…
Jeremy R: TWERK: a state of very fine muscle motor control over the buttocks allowing independent butt muscle movement i.e. “twerking”.
Nick H: “A young hotshot who exhibits a rather uncouth or obnoxious demeanour. Particularly when socializing. “Cool ya jets ya twerk!”
Katherine E: “Twerk is that wonderful moment when an apparently far-fetched thought that flutters into ones mind when pondering and day-dreaming about life’s endless possibilites and realises with a TWERK that “Holy shit that is totally outrageously possible! I can DO that!”… and then one makes a victory dance akin to diplo and nicky da b’s express yourself upside down booty shakin.”
James H: “My definition of TWERK would be the ability to make a shitty track sound 10/10. Twerk is making a track that has little energy in it, turning it into a track that makes you listen and bob your head up and down. Twerk is adding and removing elements of a track to make it the perfect sound, or the producers idea.”
Kevin N: “TWERK is like work but for hipsters.”