Olaf Stuut’s new album Run sees him reaching the creative apex of his career as a producer, composer and performer
a1 Maze (feat Marlon Penn)
a3 Gravity Assist
a4 Extended Travels
b1 Thank You
b3 A Scape Reality
Olaf Stuut’s new album Run, out June 10, sees him reaching the creative apex of his career as a producer, composer and
performer. Initially known for his remix work with artists like The Acid, Max Cooper and Tonik Ensemble, Stuut has toured
Europe, tearing up his native city of Amsterdam and visiting cities like Paris, Barcelona and London on the way.
Run looks set to be his boldest statement. It’s intricate and raw, which is as much as you can expect from a man who lists
among his production influences both Hendrix and Debussy.
Olaf’s manifold musical interests reveal a voracious fascination for music of all sorts - whether made on a computer or
performed with organic instruments. As such, his synthetic textures on Run are playful. He can warp a synthesiser to create faux
natural sounding overtones and undertones, making it sound like an acoustic instrument - as he does on the album’s gloomy
centrepiece ‘Thank You’. Available from 10.06.2016