Georgian musician Gacha Bakradze 1st surfaced in 2012 about R&S Records sublabel Apollo with “Remember,” a Michael Jackson-sampling downtempo trim with easy, atmospheric guitar. B-side “Dish,” nevertheless, was uptempo, shuffling long term garage area in the vein of Pariah or George Fitzgerald. Gacha’s following two produces, on smaller brands Teal Recordings and 2nd Drop Information, were acknowledged to simply his surname, Bakradze, and ranged from damaged defeat to tech-house monitors. Gacha came back to Apollo in early 2014 using the release from the EP When the Watchman Noticed the Light, which ranged from roomy downtempo monitors (featuring visitor vocals by Natalie Beridze/TBA) to moving, bass-heavy dance monitors. By the finish of 2014, Gacha acquired released another EP as Bakradze, and added monitors to John Beltran’s ambient compilation Music for Devices (one acknowledged to his name and another beneath the pseudonym Wintertime Flags). In early 2015, Gacha announced his debut record for Apollo, Send Two Sunsets, which also highlighted visitor vocals from Natalie Beridze.