Popronde Preview: Malvae, experimental electronic music from a sound collector

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Malvae is an exploratory musician and producer who samples sounds, he finds from all over the world and then shapes and incorporates into his songs. His music is well-recieved worldwide. “It’s an ear-catching style that is exemplified by the breathtaking and bittersweet “How It Hurts” (Jen Dan, The Record Stache).

 “How It Hurts” (feat. Esther Veen, also Popronde 2018 selected) was released May 2018 with Cloudkid and just dropped everywhere.

Malvae’s music here

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