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Following the release of his dynamic singles ‘FAMOUS’, and TRAUMA’, UK producer MODEL 86, unveils his latest release ‘I Don’t Give A Fuck What U Say, Which Means I Do.’
The rich electronic production is the final track to be taken from MODEL 86’s ‘I Was Depressed And Anxious For Most Of My 20s Until I Came Off My Tablets’ EP, and features a hypnotic melody , alongside jaunty synth-focused chords.
Having collaborated with Palme D’Or winning director Ely Dagher on a trilogy of videos to accompany the EP release, the series premiering via DAZED, MODEL 86 is quickly carving himself a reputation as one of electronic music’s most innovative, exciting and fast-rising talents, supported by tastemakers including Gilles Peterson, Jamz Supernova and Toddla T.
Writing, producing and experimenting from an early age, Manchester-born MODEL 86 (aka Matthew Wilcock) dropped out of art college to study music and began exploring a waypoint between beats, golden age hip hop, electronica, dance and art.
Wilcock chose the pseudonym ‘MODEL 86’ due to its androgyny and much like the name, his music is a fluid, shapeshifting sound which stretches its appeal to fans of numerous genres. His diverse back catalogue of self-released material highlights Wilcock’s rich depth of influences, from artists Nils Frahm to Jamie xx; Jai Paul to Olafur Arnalds, Flume to Japanese composer Ryoji Ikeda.
‘I Don’t Give A Fuck What U Say, Which Means I Do’ is out now, and serves as the final single taken from MODEL 86’s wonderfully eclectic ‘I Was Depressed And Anxious For Most Of My 20s Until I Came Off My Tablets’ EP.