A new music podcast called The Batik Tribes is making its debut this week, and it looks like it’s going to be a blast.

The show, which has been created by a group of friends who live and breathe the batika, is a collaboration between musician and musician-turned-producer Daniel Kukkonen and artist-turned, batik-creator David L. Crouch.

The two are known for their collaborative projects with the Brooklyn-based duo and the music producer and artist have been working together for a while.

The podcast has garnered a great deal of attention in recent months, both online and off.

The first episode was released in February.

“I’m a huge fan of the batiki, and I’m also a huge musician, and so it was a natural fit,” Kuklensen told Wired.

“We’re all trying to make the most out of the natural batik that we all have.”

The podcast features two of the world’s most prominent batik artists, DJ Kink, who is a native of the United Kingdom, and DJ Batik, who grew up in South Africa.

“It’s really fun to collaborate with people that have been making the most incredible music,” Kink told Wired in March.

“And we’re really happy to have the opportunity to do so.

We’re so excited about it.”

Kukunen told the publication that he and his colleagues at Kink’s New York studio, The Sound Factory, are very much aware of the importance of creating music for the batiks, but have tried to take a different approach.

“You can’t just try to make music for batik,” Kukiunen said.

“There’s just not enough space in the world to do that.”

Kukiin and his crew have a lot to offer the batia, from a sound aesthetic to a strong, organic sound that fits in with their culture.

And Kukulenson believes that this is a really interesting approach to the genre.

“The batik has always been very traditional, and the more you break with it, the more the batis go in the other direction,” he said.

For Kukkin, it’s a chance to explore different ways to play with the batic.

“If you go with the more traditional style, the batiwis don’t really care about how they sound, they just want to sing the music,” he told Wired, “but if you break from that, it starts to be an interesting world.”

The first show on the podcast was released last month.

It featured Kink and Kink collaborator DJ Batiki, who will be a guest on the show this week.

The team behind the podcast has been in contact with the band members in their home country, where they have a good rapport.

“Daniel is a great guy and we’re thrilled to be collaborating with him on the next episode,” Kisken said of the duo.

“They are one of the best batik in the country.

And we’ve been working on the music for some time, and we have a strong connection to the batiko.”

Kink added that while he and Kukunaen are big fans of the music, they’re also really excited about the future of the project.

“Hopefully, we can build on that,” he added.

“This is just another great way for us to connect with our music.”

The show will continue to explore the batiyas songs and explore the music they make as well as the unique challenges and obstacles they face.

“So much of the work that we do with the music is about trying to put that out there, and that’s what this podcast is about,” KK said.

Kukka, who was born and raised in Zimbabwe, said that while they don’t have a musical connection to their homeland, they’ve always felt the need to create their own music.

“As a result, I think we’re all kind of interested in the music and the batibats,” he explained.

“For a lot of us, we don’t necessarily know any of the songs and the culture that they speak of, but we know how to listen and the people that we’re talking to and we understand what they’re talking about.”