The pairing of Adam Marshall and Christian Andersen has proven to be a fruitful one […]
The pairing of Adam Marshall and Christian Andersen has proven to be a fruitful one over the past two years. Debuting as Graze with a standout self-titled EP in 2013, the two producers have gone on to issue two LPs and a number of additional 12″s together since then, with each of the project’s various efforts landing via Marshall’s own New Kanada imprint. “WoodF” is not directly tied to any one release, but instead is a track the pair had “been sitting on for a while” and have elected to give away to XLR8R readers while Marshall and Andersen continue to diligently work on new material. Featuring the snapping, full-bodied rhythms and sweeping, sun-kissed arrangements which helped make its debut EP so effective, Graze’s latest outing is a pleasant reminder of why the duo’s prolific run has been such a rewarding one to follow since it began two years ago.