Methodologically and sonically very different to his 2016 album Providence which was characterized by crisp, widescreen sonics and meticulous arrangements, Nathan Fake's new 4-track EP Sunder is rougher, more urgent and raw and definitively more beat-oriented, but retains the same warmth and emotive character. "These four tracks are like snapshots captured in a single moment. They were all recorded on an old Marantz tape deck, Jupiter 6, broken Akai drum machine and a Yamaha Reface DX," explains Nathan. "Basically just hitting record and seeing what happened, not worrying about making mistakes etc. There are no post-edits - they are left completely as they were recorded - so they're quite messy but I love that energy."