HomeMusicHouseDeep HouseBurudu – Royal Almonds [EP] Rajrishi Murthi April 15, 2019 Deep House, Downtempo, Electronic, EP, New Release Electronic music duo Burudu recently graced our ears with the announcement of their highly anticipated return in the form of their most recent release, ‘Trading Noises‘ a few weeks ago. And come April, the exciting pair consisting of Nakul Sharma and Sahil Bhatia have finally shared the outcome of their recent radio silence with the unveil of their latest EP, ‘Royal Almonds‘ via Stavroz’s Moodfamily imprint. An ethereal 5-track effort which boasts of four wonderful originals and an equally stunning remix by Harted, Burudu’s latest body of work arrives as the higher stepping stone towards the next chapter of their musical evolution. Led by the titular cut which provides listeners with some unusual, yet mesmerising twists and turns very early on, the deceiving rhythms on each track play a central role throughout the proceedings. Next comes ‘Taken Granted‘ which progresses with its steadily increasing warmth before giving way to ‘The Dust Is Polite‘. A denser, and one of Burudu’s more overwhelming offerings in recent times, this loopy cut almost feels like a throbbing dance floor smash. On the EP’s last original titled ‘Saviors‘, the duo manage to put forth a seemingly religious experience for their listeners as the psychedelic and a bit wobbly tune seems to showcase a slighty darker and ghostly side to their production abilities. Rounded up by Moodfamily affiliate Harted’s gripping rework of ‘Saviors‘, we can’t seem to get enough of Burudu’s emphatic new release. Listen to the ‘Royal Almonds‘ EP below. You can grab your copy here.