It’s a whole different way of painting a soundscape, and she accomplishes it to great effect.
The pieces come together, and again there’s a feeling like the nice guy you just met at the coffee shop will save you when the apocalypse hits. Do not underestimate the resources that lie within.
Hats and noise sweeps slide by, like dry ice. I love the tension in this as it continually approaches and then recedes.
Simple melodies leave the beats space to breathe, ironically leaving me breathless with switchbacks, subtle pattern changes, and detailed reverb creating just enough depth.
The simple elements that can make a great dance tune – scratchy samples hook you, driving bass propels you forward, and a great beat with subtle variation keeps you dancing.
Claustrophobic and urgent, banshees chant over frenetic drums, while tension-filled drones build hover overhead before crashing over your head in waves of sub and siren.
Most of these tunes are bangers, not anthems, the kind that the best DJs use to set a mood, make people get low, and go home with smiles.
So many tiny, fractal-like details form patterns, blend together, and become one, whole natural experience.
Exploring garage, kuduro, UK funky, Squarepusher jungle, itchy IDM, and shimmering, disorienting ambient… It’s an extremely thick 43 minutes of music but a rewarding listen, end to end.
The warning sirens and deep toms keep pace perfectly with the rugged vocals of Killa P. So good.
Sparse yet complex, it hits hard and takes no prisoners.
Each track might paint the same open field, just at different times of the day. And each painting is beautiful and deserves study.