Deepinradio New Treats (Week_01_2020)
Written by deepinradio.com on 07/01/2020
Beneath Usual & Max Cohle – Pumpers EP (Microdrive Records)
The perfect start for a fresh new year with a great combo by Beneath Usual and Max Cohle.
A fresh two tracks EP specially dedicate to some fat groove and pumping bass line surrounded by tricky and funky sound.
Rey Aguilar & Abstrakt Audio – Soul Encounters EP (Bodytalk Records)
With its 9th release, bodytalk founder Rey Aguliar has teamed up with Abstrakt Audio to deliver their collaborative EP, Soul Encounters.
The title-track provides crispy lo-fi drum patterns, as well as a bouncy intergalactic bassline that will keep those on the dance floor in motion, even long past the after-hours.
Cosmico will make you feel the sensation of how it feels to float around the deep ends of space with its synth-driven soul and smooth, upbeat punchy hi-hats.
Stellar provides a sharper focus on the chord progression, lt keeps the overall track momentum all around with its soft-focused drums and hypnotic bassline.
Additionally, Miguel Puente provided his own deeply driven, stargazing mix of Soul Encounters.
Release Date – December 2019
Armando Mendes – Parallel Universe LP (Turquoise Records)
Portuguese artist Armando Mendes makes a huge statement with his debut album ‘Parallel Universe’, which was written and recorded over two and half years between LA, London and Berlin with legends including Robert Owens, Ithaka from the N.W.A. crew and Defected’s Jinadu.
Armando Mendes is one of Portugal’s most assured artists. His rich and musical sound is informed by jazz and funk and he has played all over the world from Russia to Australia, all while picking up more than 80,000 monthly plays on Spotify for his music. His tremendous debut album ranges across the electronic music spectrum from downbeat and jazzy to deep house and electronica.
Ithaka is the guest on the album opener ‘This Life’s All We Got,’ which is a lush downbeat song with pensive lyrics. Late night jazz house stylings define ‘Things U Do 2 Me’ while ‘Acid Yardies’ looks to the club with its serrated 303s and dub wise drums. Chicago vocal royalty Robert Owens lends his heartfelt and buttery tones to the perfectly deep ‘No Regrets’ and after an acid and piano ambient fusion on ‘MS20 Interlude’ there is more rich, spiritual and jazzy house (‘Parallel Universe,’ ‘ Khun Pui – Mae Nam’ and ‘The Melody Inside’) as well as more synth laden and electronic grooves to get dance floors moving (‘One Night in Bangkok’). The majestic, percussive and colourful ‘Tropical Affair’ is just that, then things get tender and introspective on the gorgeous ‘Electric 88’ before a radio edit of the classy pop house that is ‘The Melody Inside’ feat. Jinadu closes things out in emotional fashion.
This is a widescreen musical journey that makes a lasting impact from an artist who is looking set for big things.
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