OK SURE RELEASES SINGLE ‘SORRY FEAT. TANZER’ + DEBUT ALBUM PLEOMORPHISM OUT FRIDAY 2ND FEBRUARY

By January 19, 2018

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Enigmatic and esoteric Melbourne producer Ok Sure returns with new single ‘Sorry ft. Tanzer’ and announces full length Pleomorphism out independently February 2.

Latest offering ‘Sorry ft. Tanzer’ tiptoes down moody pathways before blooming into sparse, experimental electronica. Capitalizing on negative space and introducing her otherworldly vocals, Ok Sure makes light work of coaxing inner demons out to dance. Masterful in her execution, Ok Sure juxtaposes heavy industrial sonic elements with delicate lyrics dripping in vulnerability.

Initially, forthcoming full length Pleomorphism was envisioned as an ‘EP’, the original eight cuts shape shifting and evolving into the final eleven that make up the track list today. The album’s namesake a fitting omen as Ok Sure explains “Pleomorphism is the ability of some micro-organisms to alter their shape or size in response to environmental conditions”. Created almost exclusively in her bedroom, recorded and mixed by herself, the talented DIY producer has collated an eclectic mix of tracks spanning pulsating techno, deep house and electronica. She draws on a deep well of personal experience to propel the record’s sonic journey and documents a brief but significant poly relationship, and the subsequent fallout.

Between composing, producing and mastering her debut album, the enigmatic producer has lent her signature doomtronica flair to remixing tracks from Lupa J, King IV, Habits, Porsches, Passerine and Sophie Lowe. On Pleomorphism the talented Melbourne producer returns to her original flare – a kinetic combination of dark, moody and melodic music designed for dance floors.

Ok Sure’s debut record Pleomorphism out independently Friday 2nd February. 

PRAISE FOR OK SURE

“Beautifully dark stuff”
Richard Kingsmill – triple j

‘Nightshade’ leads in with pulsating synth lines, sizzling percussive textures and compelling electronic tones, billowing a swathe of inky timbres behind rich, gliding vocals.
– PurpleSneakers

“There is an attractive moodiness to much of Ok Sure’s output”
– Nest HQ

” Ok Sure is not one for pigeonholing.”
– Pilerats