Elusive Rec head honcho, Slavaki, claims back the label-reigns for the next instalment of signature Elusive quality material. The EP titled ‘Escalator’ comes in shape of a 180g vinyl limited to 300 numbered copies and is moments away from becoming a collector’s item, not to mention that it is being made available well ahead of a digital release. Don’t sleep on it! 4 track offering is compiled of entirely new material that exhibits Slavaki’s constantly evolving sound and is bound to pleasantly surprise both the fans of his sold out debut LP and the new audience alike. The opening ‘In Circles’ is a pulsating experimental minimal groove that miraculously resolves into a lush sonorous landscape. ‘Sunday Rain’ takes the listeners on a wondrous aural trip-out while masterfully wrapping them around a solid, yet understated dub carcass. ‘Escalator’ picks up with contagious bass line which is guaranteed to make the dancefloors move.
The 12” version of the EP culminates in vinyl-only dub wonder ‘Herb’. The track is immediately danceable, heavily mulch-layered, politically poignant and benefits from the bottomless depth of vocals. This is Slavaki’s way of thanking every single one of us who are supporting the vinyl format and a sure way to make your sets stand out in the sea of uniform mixes compiled of digitally available content.
The digital version of the EP reaches it’s highest point with the digital-only minimal jig ‘Just Play’. From the start the track bubbles with positive vibrations and touches the listeners in those most hard to reach places. Not least due to advanced mixing and mastering technique insuring that stereo signal gets a unique multidimensional feel to it. The message is simple, ‘It’s more than a perfectionism, it’s a disease!’ ‘Just Play’ is Slavaki’s way of making sure that no matter which format you chose, you will find something special to help you surpass those who are not prepared to dig deep enough. With a range of new material this wide and quality of production and execution this high – Elusive028 is not only the disease but the cure as well. Hear it and get infected!
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Cyazon Delivers A DnB Remix Of “Where Do We Go” By Dimension
The talented Producer, Cyazon, is back again with another smash remix, this time injecting his powerful signature style into Dimension’s “Where Do We Go.” Fresh from the release of his own production, “Before You Leave,” a collaboration with Au5 and Tyler Graves, Cyazon has had a busy year so far, dropping striking productions and electrifying remixes; now, showing no signs of slowing down, Cyazon delivers this dynamic new Drum & Bass remix that is poised to conquer dancefloors globally with its energetic beat and uplifting vibe. As he continues to showcase his impressive talents and skilled production style, Cyazon emerges as a powerful force within the Electronic Music realm and one to watch closely, as he keeps developing his style and finding new and exciting ways to elevate his soundscapes.
Cyazon has curated a distinct signature sound that blends elements from a range of genres like Dubstep, Electro House and Midtempo, to name a few; as he incorporates Futuristic and Cyperpunk elements, he innovates with his productions, presenting a unique and refreshing style. With such a hard-hitting signature sound, it is no surprise that Cyazon has already enjoyed several milestone achievements, including reaching over 2 million streams across leading platforms and receiving radio support from top names within the genre, like Don Diablo and Zomboy.
The track opens with a dreamy and ethereal vibe, quickly building momentum as a driving beat, powerful bassline, and punchy arpeggiator enter, adding an intense party-starter groove to the track. The uplifting energy continues through to the breakdown, where the atmospheric arrangement guides listeners through full-bodied string pads, bubbly synth progressions, and intensifying colourful sonic elements; the catchy vocals and dynamic low end create the mighty sound at the drop, delivering an anthemic vibe that showcases Cyazon’s signature production style. This new remix is an energetic and exciting listen that is unmissable for not only Cyazon’s followers but for all fans of the genre.
As Cyazon promises to keep delivering high-quality productions that consistently raise the bar and set him apart from his peers within Electronic Music, the talented Producer is poised to keep building momentum and reaching new creative milestones with each new release. Be sure to follow Cyazon across social media to keep up to date with his upcoming releases and exciting new projects. ‘Where Do We Go’ is out now and available to stream and download.
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5 Intriguing Aspects Of Aezon’s Upcoming Album, ‘Life Unknown’
I’m absolutely thrilled to share everything I’ve got on Aezon‘s soon-to-drop album, ‘Life Unknown.’ Undoubtedly, this 10-track masterpiece translates the deep thoughts of the mind and soul into electronic melodies. Make sure to jot down September 12th in your calendars!
To satisfy your curiosity, fascinating and intriguing aspects are detailed accurately below.
1. A Fusion of Emotions and Soundscapes
‘Life Unknown’ is an incredible blend of Dubstep, Techno, DnB, and PsyTrance, all woven together to create cutting-edge Electronica that pushes boundaries. This album draws inspiration from the depths of human feelings and the complexities of evolving perceptions.
Aezon’s own experiences with ups and downs serve as the catalyst for this unique creation too. Besides, you can expect dark themes throughout.
2. The Artist Behind the Sound
Aezon’s transition from a classically trained pianist/percussionist to an electronic music producer has infused ‘Life Unknown’ with a distinctive sonic fingerprint. Plus, her innate ability to translate raw emotions into harmonies and beats, gives this material a deeply personal touch that resonates with listeners.
In this case, collaborations with artists such as Ex-Inferis and Rare Holo enrich the whole album, adding layers of depth and dimension to the already striking tunes. Obviously, this peculiarity stands as proof of Aezon’s willingness to embrace new concepts with an open outlook.
4. Embark on a Transformative Expedition
Clearly, ‘Life Unknown’ isn’t merely an album; it’s an invitation. An invitation to embark on a transformative expedition through the corridors of self-reflection.
Although the instrumental elements outweigh the vocals in complexity, each tune will get you grooving to the beat while also prompting you to contemplate its sonic textures.
5. An Enigmatic Finale
As the album comes to an end, Aezon throws in a curveball: an alien invasion! This last part makes you think about things in a whole new way, making you wonder about how you see things. It’s a mysterious ending that’ll keep your mind spinning even after the music stops.
Without further ado, stay tuned for this electrifying release that promises to redefine modern electronic music and the very essence of life itself.
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Discover Why Timothy Michael Immen Dazzles With Micro EDM
Having ventured into music production during the onset of the pandemic, Timothy Michael Immen proudly presents today his skills in “Electric Dynamo.” With cheerful beats and bright synthesizers, the track exemplifies Micro EDM to perfection!
Currently, he has taken his talents overseas to Korea, where he plans to continue developing his eclectic style. In fact, he has a massive and highly formal release planned for next year, but it’s all hush-hush at the moment.
Drawing inspiration from the iconic film Bladerunner and even ABBA, Immen’s creation transports listeners to a futuristic underground club. Certainly, the instrumental arrangement speaks volumes, as well as the intense and energetic drops.
Not to mention, its lack of lyrics does not diminish its allure. Hit the play button below.
You know what’s cool? “Electric Dynamo” kinda feels like the soundtrack of a Sci-Fi odyssey. And, of course, the melodies stand out more because they have a concise and condensed structure without the build-ups you’re used to in commercial tunes.
Lastly, the Skype-recorded robotic vocals totally embrace the Space-Age vibe of this jam. So, it’s crystal clear that this simple yet essential element adds some extra flair and originality to the whole shebang.
Keep your headphones on, I’m sure there’s more excitement ahead with his forthcoming unconventional pieces.