One of the most remarkable Russian electronic music producers and co-founder of Intricate Records, Vladimir Yershov shares his feeling of the approaching spring 2014 with all listeners and clubbers -- he presents the latest extended play which consists of two productions by PROFF solo.
The first one, entitled "Paradigm", is distinguished by light, even elevated sunny sound and partially exudes musical optimism that is so frequently found in the works of Eric Prydz. The second track holds a very small distance to the first one. It might seem extraordinary, but musical pieces with titles containing the phrase "What It Feels Like", no matter what genre they were composed in, are united by some sort of invisible international magic. Be it the prominent song by Madonna, "What It Feels Like for a Girl", the track by Armin van Buuren "This Is What It Feels Like" or the like-named song of BANKS from the United States. PROFF's newest production "What It Feels Like" is no exception in this context. In addition to a bright and lively reassuring melody, it comes with fantastic emotionalism, excitement and overflowing joy. Those followers who were with the label from the very beginning won't allow telling a lie -- Intricate Records did not release such an entirely harmonic and ultra-positive single for ages.