Berlin-via-LA polymath Eddington Again creates left-field soul with pop sensibilities, exploring human experience and spirituality through their electronic tracks inspired by the likes of Santigold, SZA, Sampha and Bloc Party. Having played alongside the likes of Dam Funk, Flume and Charli XCX, they are steadily establishing themselves as an innovator of alternative music.
Profiled in LOOK AT US zine which documents LA’s queer Black underground, Eddington told i-D magazine they hope their music provides listeners with “powerful emotion and downloads from the source.” With acclaim from Mixmag and Boiler Room 4:3, previous single ‘Blindsided’ came with a Refuge Worldwide show that was hailed as Resident Advisor’s mix of the day.
Their newest offering, ‘Core 22’ is a pulsating electronic cut, leaning more into the dance elements that often underpin Eddington’s sound.
Aligning with the timeless in the pocket feel that remains so unique to them, Eddington Again is making it clear that debut album ‘Naomi9’ is not to be missed.