Young Danish producer Slowolf is ready to share his new EP, White Feathers (out May 13), a release inspired by the birth of his fourth child Karlo. Karlo, as Slowolf tells us, was born with down syndrome, or as Andreas puts it, “an extra feather in his cap.” He added, “I like to think a little bit of his fighting spirit is reflected on this record. The record shares a message of positivity and that nothing is impossible. Karlo shows me this is true everyday.” It’s fairly collab heavy too, featuring Dream Mclean who brings some sunny and playful bars to “Palace”, while Kimbra works her magic on “White Feathers”. Elsewhere, Scrufizzer adds a dizzying flow to the otherwise hypnotising “Trya Thing” and Pell brings his rich, soulful tones and razor-sharp bars to “The Ring”.
As you’d probably guess from Slowolf’s description of the EP, the release is a positive one with colourful chord patterns, a varied but balanced mixture of instruments and melodies that sway between upbeat and playful.