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Although 2012’s Whispers in the Dark is the debut album from Chicago’s Supreme Cuts—the electronic duo of Mike Perry and Austin Kjeultes—it plays with the assertiveness of a more seasoned project, especially in comparison to Supreme Cuts' 2011 EP Trouble. Starting with the shape-shifting opener “Lessons of Darkness (Apology),” it’s evident that Perry and Kjeultes have spent the time between recordings honing their craft and their ability to mix several genres into their own signature sound. Much like London-based producer William Bevan (a.k.a. Burial), Perry and Kjeultes put ambient, house, dubstep, and two-step garage into a blender and hit the “pulse” switch. They then spread this concoction over a foundation of hip-hop beats. This is best exemplified in the outstanding “Belly,” as well as on the bookending title track, which gradually builds like a sonic snowball. When Supreme Cuts downshift into a mellower speed, they make good on their "R&B with a winky face" description—check out the murky “(Youngster Gone off That) Sherm.”

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Formed: 2011 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Expanding the genre of cloud rap enough to come off as a mix of Clams Casino and Cocteau Twins, the Chicago duo known as Supreme Cuts were born as a serene alternative to their hometown's other hot electronica genre of the time, footwork. Producers Mike Perry and Austin Keultjes were fans of everything from Timbaland to My Bloody Valentine when they met in 2007, and while the uptempo house music they first started recording was closer to the pounding sound of footwork than their later releases, they...
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