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Introducing… Blue Uandi

Czeching out the experimental club music who love a trading card.

Czech duo Blue Uandi create a mixture of club music and experimental electronica. It reminds me a little of Iglooghost at times but with smooth keys and vocals from Martin alongside production and guitar from David. After their debut EP “1000 Braids” came out last year, Blue Uandi have been focusing on the idea of morphing identities. By making both their music and visual shapeshift through different identities, it means their new singles jump through different moods and genres too. Their new single “How can I Stop” is a hyperpop edm mashup but future singles will touch on trap, experimental electronica and reggaeton.

Enjoy the morphing face of Blue Uandi in the lyric video for “How Can I Stop” below. The track is about trying to stop overthinking and over analysing every situation and how it becomes a curse. The single is out now. In a lovely throwback to my childhood, each single released in this era of the duo will come with trading card artwork. Who remembers trading cards from school and the nightmarish joy that came of them each lunchtime? I’ve popped the artwork below too for fun.

For more information on Blue Uandi, check out their Bandcamp.

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