Blue Sky Black Death is an excellently-named Seattle production duo; they’ve put in serious time assembling spacey, twinkling, weirdly pretty beats for rappers like Nacho Picasso and Deniro Farrar. This fall, they’ll release their new album Glaciers. The album is only five songs long, but each of them is a sprawling, expansive, softly epic piece of work. One of them is “II,” a collaboration with the Boston/Connecticut bedroom-R&B group Child Actor. It is more than 11 minutes long and deeply pretty, and you can hear it below.
Glaciers is out 10/1 on Fake Four.