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8 thoughts on “ No Good - Ifan Dafydd - No Good / Miranda (CDr)

  1. The mysterious Ifan Dafydd (pronounced ee-van daa-vith) released his debut single No Good on August 15th, , on vinyl only. The prodigious new producer has not stepped into the limelight quietly, already grabbing the ears of Gilles Peterson – who gave B-side Miranda its first outing on BBC Radio 1 - while man of the moment and undoubtedly one of the most sought-after producers of
  2. Oct 20,  · Ifan Dafydd - Miranda wpritchard. Loading Unsubscribe from wpritchard? Cancel Unsubscribe. Ifan Dafydd - No Good - Duration: 0rangeblossom , views.
  3. Jul 07,  · Ifan Dafydd - Miranda mirandasnogood. Loading Unsubscribe from mirandasnogood? Cancel Unsubscribe. Ifan Dafydd - No Good - Duration: 0rangeblossom , views.
  4. Ifan Dafydd - No Good / Miranda - 12": £ 12": £ - Expected 15th August "It's a biggie" - Gilles Peterson This is a special record - Sinden Instant Classic – Kutmah Very well received on .
  5. Jul 07,  · "It's a biggie" - Gilles Peterson "This is a special record" - Sinden "Instant Classic" -- Kutmah.
  6. We first heard the debut 12″ from Ifan Dafydd back in July, which featured “Miranda” and “No Good.” Having been compared to James Blake on numerous occasions, Ifan Dafydd is a Welsh producer who continues to not be afraid of translating his blatant influences into profound melodies, as “Miranda” diffuses the soulful sounds of Usher’s “U Remind Me” into lush harmonies.
  7. Aug 31,  · Ifan Dafydd – No good (Original) Ifan Dafydd, ‘Miranda’ Ifan Dafydd – Tree House. Sign Up to Our Newsletter. Get news, recommendations and Nialler9 events to your inbox. SIGN UP. I would like to receive these mails. Artists. Ifan Dafydd. 1 .
  8. Aug 12,  · The release of No Good is eerily timed, as it features heavy samples of a recently deceased and very talented modern British soul/jazz singer. The synth (a muted clavi by the sounds of things) and the use of multiple harmonies and pitch shifting on the vocalsïnot to mention the stirring minor chord melodydis very reminiscent of James Blake's "Footnotes."Author: Huw Ellis.

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