"Human Contact" is the second installment of new star progressive label, Electronic Architects Music. The artist on release duties this month is none other than the young, polish, future progressive hero - Martin Graff who is one of many new, high calibre artists signed to the new label. He has had many a success on other international labels and boasts a truly special discography of hits on some insanely credible international labels to date.
After an impressive first single entitled ''Slave'' by Eagle I Stallian & B.D.M. the bar has certainly been set fairly high when it comes to the label ensuring strong quality control. However this brand new musical installment definitely does not disappoint. Reviewed in four categories, here's why ''Human Contact'' lives up to expectation and manages to bring us all together as one uniting force in harmony; Firstly the melody is tuneful, interesting, and well shaped as it makes the overall mood melodic and catchy. Martin Graff makes great use of the pluck in the progressive section and the breakdown. Bright but with warm low end it give body and depth. Next, for the vocals they are really soft, appealing, and creative and impeccably placed within the track itself. Mixed just right with good stereo image, not too wide and not too narrow with a warm and expressive feeling. No pitch problems can be found in the vocals and they give the tune a heartfelt aura. Now for the synths and main instruments; The kick is punchy and engaging with top click and meshes well with the bass. Being incredibly picky when it comes to bass groove it's safe to say the bass is driving with nice transient that is clear and contains nice movement throughout the tune. After the intro section comes an atmospheric breakdown with lush strings and bright chords that sound smooth and exciting. The drop is very nice and you'll no doubt enjoy the sound of the progressive lead, which sounds hyper and bright and does not have any harshness in the highs, something we cherish in every progressive tune.
Martin Graff has done a very good job indeed with making the song sound as natural as possible and for that i'm sure that your ears will be truly grateful.