Hallucinogen is the debut extended play (EP) by American singer and songwriter Kelela. It was released on October 9, 2015, by Warp Records. In an interview with The Fader, Kelela discussed the inspiration behind each of the songs on Hallucinogen. A Message" and "Hallucinogen" were recorded at the same session with Arca before Cut 4 Me was finished
I’m beyond happy that there’s finally a tangible, touchable way to own the songs, remixes and the beautiful artwork.
Album · 2013 · 13 Songs. By setting the emotional expressiveness of ’90s R&B to the stark, adventurous sounds of UK bass music, she’s finally found the perfect formula. From the dank grime of Enemy to the title track’s snipped dubstep beats, the spaciousness of the music always allows Kelela’s melodic, love-bruised vocal to shine. As a result, Cut 4 Me never loses the biting point between invention and immediacy.
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Release Date: Oct 1, 2013 Record label: Fade to Mind Genre(s): Pop/Rock. 75 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Read text version . Cut 4 Me - Very Good, Based on 6 Critics. With her eagerly-anticipated debut Cut 4 Me, Kelela delivers on that promise. The album (whose mixtape designation is wholly inadequate) teams the young talent with an accomplished list of collaborators from the ranks of Fade to Mind and Night Slugs, each pairing somehow more striking than its already impressive parts.
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If Cut 4 Me, the first mixtape from the . -born and . based singer Kelela, worked as a simple production showcase for the various names associated with the dance label Fade To Mind, it would be well worth hearing. But Cut 4 Me isn’t that album; Kelela is too dominant a singer, and in any case Cut 4 Me isn’t really a dance album. It’s an extremely smart and idiosyncratic R&B record, and it belongs entirely to Kelela, not to her collaborators. In interviews, Kelela talks a lot about her ’90s R&B influences - I would like to do Brandy but weirder, she told FACT - but her two greatest influences come from just outside that universe.
Fade to Mind just released the Kingdom remix of Enemy, which you can stream below. Check out the album artwork above, and tracklist below.
Kelela’s debut album is technically stunning and emotionally realized. It lives in a new, outré, rhythmic pop galaxy that honors but outpaces its peers. Her 2013 mixtape, Cut 4 Me, remains a hallmark of the genre, a moment when the next-level producers of Night Slugs and Fade to Mind found a unified center within Kelela’s sinewy vocals. On 2015’s Hallucinogen EP, she further proved herself as an extraordinary ear and songwriter, guiding her rs to push further into uncharted, futuristic territory. And on Take Me Apart, her first studio album, she takes the cerebral, corporeal world she’s built into the domain where it can historically live best: a new, outré, rhythmic pop galaxy that honors but outpaces its peers
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|1||Fade To Mind (Interlude)|
|2||Keep It Cool (Jam City Remix)
Remix – Jam City
|3||Enemy (Kingdom's Destruction Before Paradise Mix)
Remix – Kingdom
|4||Send Me Out (Girl Unit Remix)
Remix – Girl Unit
|5||Send Me Out (Nguzunguzu Remix)
Remix – Nguzunguzu
|6||Keep It Cool (Rizzla Remix)
Remix – Rizzla
|7||Cherry Coffee (MikeQ's Almighty Mix)
Remix – MikeQ
|8||Go All Night (Neana Remix)
Remix – Neana
|9||Go All Night (Massacooramaan Remix)
Remix – Massacooramaan