François K. returns with a bit of his patented Deep Space madness. Starting with a tempo reminiscent of a 45 played at 33 1/3, a delicate plucked bell-synth bathed in a medium hall reverb leaves ethereal impressions and late night energy. As the melody drops a minor third, another enchanting counter melody joins the mix and adds a rather divine legato styling. After the lead fades out, a percussive interlude full of syncopated noise hits develops; leaving room for a break that introduces the main vibe and instills a sense of resolution.
The flip carries a remix from Quiet Village, also know as Radio Slave, who has been starting the Deep Space nights with positively solid performances. Taking a more dub-hyped approach, this rework pounds forward with a massive rumbling kick drum and an underlying noise wash. The main lead gets some serious filter and delay treatment making for more of a progressive drive and a versatile dancefloor hook. Still keeping the passion and charm alive, the new demise accentuates François’ tasteful tune while boasting contemporary excitement. Built with years of experience rocking the world over this installment in the story of FK’s studio sound brings enlightenment through the use of engineered electronics and massive audio constructs.