Scarper releases nostalgic 90's electronica with 'Lacuna' EP


Scarper releases nostalgic 90's electronica with 'Lacuna' EP

Scarper takes a nostalgic 90's computer-game-theme on his first official releases for over two years with the 'Lacuna' EP - featuring a remix from Jani R with ambient electronica soundscapes to suit.  

The London based producer & label co-owner Scarper has certainly not been idle. A string of remixes including one for bass heavyweight Reso, plus a contribution to the much lauded ‘Touched Bass' compilation alongside the likes of John Tejada & The Hacker, have kept him busy. 

Now working on his debut album due for release early next year, this is the first track to be taken from it and features remixes from fellow Plexus artists Pause & Jani R. 

Lacuna is a nostalgic slice of classic electronica, with shades of early 90's 'electronic listening music' and a touch of boards-esque wobbly ambience, all peppered with the kind of emotive melodies we've come to expect from Scarper's music. 

On the remixes - Jani R delivers an intricate ambient soundscape whilst Pause, in wide contrast, provides a low tempo bass-driven stomper.


1) Scarper - Lacuna
2) Scarper - Lacuna (Jani R Remix)
3) Scarper - Lacuna (Pause remix)

Release Date: 9th December 2016.

To coincide with the release, motion graphics designer 'Letty Fox' has created an incredible video for the track, showcasing her effortless ability to marry real life beauty with highly-manipulated digital graphics.