Aquarius Heaven is Brian Brewster, an artist brought up between Texas and the Caribbean who has laid down some compelling, socially and politically minded verses on magical EPs for labels like Wolf & Lamb and Circus Company.
Fusing reggae, dancehall, house and hip hop he is a unique talent who has also worked with dOP, Miss Kittin, Ryan Crosson, Art Department, Mathias Kaden and many more.
Today’s exclusive premiere, ‘Nan Nan Nay,’ finds Brewster linking with Jamaica Suk (a fast rising Berlin talent, trained musician and machine music lover who appreciates jazz and shoe gaze amongst other sounds) and Damien Vandesande. The resulting track is full of fat bass, blurting synths, pained patois vocals from Brewster and a ramshackle groove that is perfectly off kilter and brilliantly organic and authentic. The digital bonus track is a dub version without the vocals which places even more emphasis on the fine synth work and boom bap of the drums.
“Life Worth Living” is available 4 April on Rhythm Cult. Find the limited edition vinyl via QRATES HERE