What's so good?
By Bronte Martin | Mar 22, 2013

Talk about a complete sonic transformation! Rearranging and remastering up-and-coming Sydney duo Ginger & The Ghost's "One Type of Dark," Ta-ku plays up the eeriness. By "adding some serious bite with his signature drum assault," Ta-ku plays with the contrast of darks and lights and ups and downs in just three minutes time.

Ta-ku's 2013 schedule is looking pretty promising as he catapults into the spotlight worldwide. Clocking up an uncountable number of releases for labels such as Brownswood and Project Mooncircle, his collaborations with the likes of Chet Faker and Hermitude have really caught our attention -- and this track confirms our undivided attention.

"One Type of Dark" includes M.I.A-esque vocals with a trip-hop tricking beat that can be easily imagined in a night life scene, and lets be honest, just about any setting imaginable.
Brontë Martin
Montreal-based writer for Indie Shuffle, EARMILK, and DIY Magazine. Music licensing intern for Third Side Music. Music supervision intern for Vapor Mu ... learn more →