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Directed by Yoni Lappin, the video follows the lonely exploits of Dafydd as he moves from a graveyard to a house party, donning a panda suit in the process. After all the illicit chemicals are consumed and the party ends, the alienated, sweat-covered
His debut 12" for Push & Run, however, doesn't exactly prove it. "Treehouse" and "To Me" are first and foremost the work of a talented producer, one who can balance spacious compositions with punchy, soundsystem-specific sonic quality. Oversized bass
The 12" will drop on February 20seven days before the full-length's releasevia Gilles Peterson's Brownswood label, and will feature remixes from the unceasingly productive Machinedrum, newcomer Ifan Dafydd, and London's Deft. While you wait for that
The tuneswhich some people mistakenly thought were the work of James Blake operating under an aliaswere certainly an exciting introduction to the up-and-coming producer, but it won't be until the end of this month that Dafydd drops his first real
When Ifan Dafydd's single So Good was first played on Gilles Peterson's radio show in February, people assumed it was a new James Blake track. Played with no introduction other than a cursory "I know nothing about this guy", the song's use of densely
Having been compared to James Blake on numerous occasions, Ifan Dafydd is a Welsh producer who continues to not be afraid of translating his blatant influences into profound melodies, as "Miranda" diffuses the soulful sounds of Usher's "U Remind Me"
Klavierwerke -era James Blake, and has already been touted by the likes of Jamie xx, Oneman, and Gilles Peterson. The newcomer will drop his debut record, a two-song 12" featuring the tracks "No Good" and "Miranda," as a vinyl-only, white-label