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Ninajirachi and Laces chat their new single 'Prosperity'

9 March 2021 | 4:14 pm | Emma Jones

Laces talks to his collaborator Ninajirachi about their new single 'Prosperity', taken from his forthcoming debut EP.

At the end of 2020, we were introduced to the formidable creative force that is Laces. As the newest signee to NLV RecordsLaces unleashed his unique sounds with debut single 'Sunvocus' which was a promising sign of things to come. He then released 'The Ridge', the second release from his debut EP on the label, and confirmed our suspicions something seriously exciting is happening with him. Now, he's unveiled even more with another recent new single, this time in the form of 'Prosperity', featuring an extra special guest to take Laces' to fresh heights.

Teaming up with fellow NLV Records artist Ninajirachi, together the two combine their boundary-destroying musicality to create a carefully-crafted, forward-thinking and wholly impressive collaborative masterpiece. Combining a melodic pattern with delicate drum processing and Nina’s high pitched vocals, 'Prosperity' maintains an innate sense of calm and peace despite its thrilling and unpredictable nature, speaking to the refined artistry of both producers.

Laces said of the release, “Collaborating with Nina was something we had planned together pretty much since we met. I'm really glad the first time we ever really worked on something in person it resulted in such a sick track, I really feel like it represents a perfect 50/50 split of our styles of production.”

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So, with this new single out in the world and Laces EP, Field Fallacy XVI out in the world this Friday, March 12th, we got the pair to delve a little deeper into their new single for a text message interview. Check it all out below!

Field Fallacy XVI is out March 12 via NLV Records. Laces is set to launch his new EP with a special show on March 12th at Tokyo Hustle. Buy tickets here.

Introduction by Emma Jones

Images: Ninajirachi by Tiff Williams, Laces by Rochelle Flack