Over the last few weeks Australian indie-house project known as 1tbsp has given us three exceptional new singles – “Pioneer Digital Plastic Sound”, “No Nein (feat. Mietze Conte)” and “Four Tet Is My Godmother” – which also came with news of a whole new ep coming our way very soon.

That ep is titled “It’s Very Loud” and it is being released this week via his own label Sumoclic. The ep features the above mentioned singles alongside one other previously unheard gem and title-track, ‘It’s Very Loud’, which was co-written with his friend Squidgenini who also featured on his 2022 single ‘Seasons’.

“I built this around a bass line that Squidgenini played the first time we met up to write. I scraped everything else we made and cut in some samples from tracklib. This is sort of the b-side on the EP, and I tried to make it a bit of a slower burn / dubby. The main vocal in the track is this trashy pop vocal but the way I cut it created new lyrics which weren’t there originally resulting in the repeating “It’s Very Loud”.” ~ 1tbsp

1tbsp (aka Grammy Award Nominated artist Maxwell Byrne) also gives us some insight into the ep which he says was really all about self-expression and making music that excites him. 

“My new ep “It’s Very Loud” is all about self-expression and making music that excites me enough that I want to share it and use it in my DJ sets. It’s a pretty simple concept but sometimes other things get in the way, and I wanted to make this louder than previous things I’ve made.” ~ 1tbsp

Maxwell is also very excited to announce that he has teamed up with Alba Martin from Earth Agency for bookings & tours across the UK & Europe. He will be spending some time in Europe throughout June/August, so keep your eyes peeled for some event info coming your way soon!

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