Quietly emerging from the southern London district of Peckham comes Daniel Woolhouse, the voice behind the enigmatic, but ambient Deptford Goth.
Late last year, Woolhouse brought Deptford Goth to light with the release of his first single, "Real Love Fantasy." Mixed with a soft, robotic voice, a digital drum loop and poppy synth, "Real Love Fantasy" makes a solid and warm first impression for first time listeners of the London-based producer.
For the past several months following the release of his first single, Woolhouse has been in the works of writing and producing new material for his upcoming debut EP, Youth II, to be released on October 17 via Merok Records.
"No Man," the first track released to the public off of the EP, offers a glimpse into Deptford Goth's latest work. Much like "Real Love Fantasy," Woolhouse incorporates the use of soft vocals tied in with clipped drums and distorted church organs to make "No Man" a very enjoyable listen.
Although Youth II will not be released until mid-October, Merok is giving fans a chance to pre-order the album.
Check out Deptford Goth's "No Man" below.