The space pirate returns with a killer psy-stepper track fresh from his forthcoming album, "Among Aliens And Gods"
"The Colour from Space" is powered by a gnarly bassline, with added sci-fi sound effects, psychedelic flourishes and rave-ish stabs, all atop a steppers riddim. Honed by years of playing out live, the track is designed with the dancefloor firmly in mind. "I wanted to tell a story, by mixing different styles and influences from movies, books and several music genres to take the listener's imagination out of this world"
On the flip, Jedidah takes the pace down a notch, remaking the track into a bass drenched downtempo dream probably best listened to horizontally.
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CBS never lets me down when it comes to good Ambient music. The whole album is beautiful and gives off this relaxing, chill feel. An awesome album to enjoy, and also de-stress from time to time. Surrealistic H. Sapiens
Influenced by post-dubstep, lo-fi house, and trip-hop, 1five1’s sound draws from iconic outfits like Portishead, even as she completely pushes her own distinctive beats and textures into sophisticated spaces beyond those original inspirations. Bandcamp Album of the Day Dec 13, 2018
The two sides to producer Steve White’s music—futurism and soulfulness—sit more comfortably together than ever before on his latest album as Steve Spacek, which balances boundary-testing sonics with earnest, heart-on-sleeve lyrics. Bandcamp Album of the Day Dec 11, 2018