Emma Sainsbury aka Eluize premieres a track off her Talk in Technicolour EP, the debut release of cross-continental imprint Night Tide. The release is rounded out by remixes from Hans Berg & Seth NK and a trippy spoken word recording discovered while digging in the archives.
The Australian born DJ, producer and vocalist draws inspiration from all corners of the globe and has a passion for combining the music she uncovers and shaping soundtracks for all hours of the dance floor. Her recent touring schedule has found her selecting for world class venues such as Watergate & Tresor Berlin, Le Batofar Paris, Wasteland Amsterdam, Club IIII Ghent, Lightbox London, WIP Barcelona, Lounge Lisbon, S.A.S.H. Sydney, Revolver Melbourne, and The Observatory Ho Chi Minh City.
Acting as the Night Tide imprint founder, Eluize’s EP features three original tracks that showcase her unique sound. Along with the full release of around 300 records, a limited batch of thirty records also come with a special cassette edition. The tape features a remix of ‘Up All Night’ by Seth NK, in which his version reconstructs the track into a murky vision directed by cascades of trash-canned percussion. Flip the tape over and you’ll discover a bizarre recording of a young woman describing her LSD-induced psychedelic experience.
Talk in Technicolour EP will be available April 29th via Night Tide.