Sunday, June 10, 2012
Friday, June 8, 2012
Absolutely lovely vibes on this one, certainly no disservice to the namesake of this track (and EP). It's undeniable that the big trend in UK bass music is a shift towards the house spectrum of things, and with tunes like this as the result - I don't think anyone is complaining. Mosca delivers his signature bouncy, melodic style on the title track of the EP, and the rest of the tracks follow similarly. Mosca was also nice enough to release dub versions of the tracks that have vocals, something both DJ and listener will surely appreciate.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
I don't even know what to say about this one... Skittery, glitchy percussion punctuates the phrases of the dreamy, Boards of Canada-esque synth that loops on in the background, all while haunting, melancholic vocals utter what sounds like some sort of retrospective warning. A shame it isn't longer, but then again, the length feels right in a weird way. One of the freshest tunes I've heard in a minute...