“Yes, you fell into the arms of the broken rhythms of IDM and Glitch music. If you manage to solve this incredible riddle and catch each sound, simultaneously laying it into components, then you are exactly the same genius as the authors of this amazing track!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Да, вы попались в объятия ломаных ритмов IDM и Glitch музыки. Если у вас получится разгадать эту невероятную загадку и уловить каждый звук, попутно раскладывая его на составные части, то вы точно такой же гений, как и авторы этого потрясающего трека!”


“Full HD Hugs”, which is also the title track of Comakid’s upcoming EP, is one of the most alluring songs out of his latest releases.

Understated and dusty, yet also elegant and driving, the single features Brooke Howard on vocals and the result of this collaboration is nothing but memorable.

Supported by the throbbing, somewhat industrial rhythm, Brooke’s voice floats effortlessly over a mix of gritty and mesmerising synths, drawing the listener in during the verses then launching into the open chorus hook.

One can definitely hear Comakid’s versatility and wide range of influences through this tune which can easily fit in selections from lovers of various electronic music genres. The producer also just dropped "Hyper Real" on Ableton, a pack of instruments, effects and live sounds that has been making waves among the community of music makers.

Preceding the much anticipated EP, “Full HD Hugs” ft Brooke Howard will be out everywhere on July 13th via DRRT Records,

"What started the process of writing this song was a feeling of being observed, spied on, constantly scanned by technology. I imagined two lovers living the beginning of their story in a state of complete secrecy. Trying to keep everything hidden from both people around them and from that ever-present feeling of a third party ,“entity”, constantly spying on them through technology. Ultimately, the song plays on the contrast between a very modern topic and a deliberately old and out-dated overall aesthetic as it sounds dusty, lo-fi and somehow belonging to a different era." // Comakid