Electrosensitive is soul, psychedelic, dub, jazz, Latin, disco, house and a little bit electronic. It’s a fine collection of quality laidback songs and grooves.
Afterlife, aka Steve Miller is a well renowned artist in his field. He’s is no newbie; this is his 4th artist album and it’s worth noting that one of his albums, ‘Simplicity’ sold out in a week. Steve has cemented himself as one of the world’s leading electronic ‘chillout’ producers and DJs and has had more tracks than anyone else on the classic ‘Café Del Mar’ series. His music has astoundingly featured on over 500 other compilations.
If you were to ask people what their perception of his sound was, they would say it was ’warm, blissful, lush, melancholic, uplifting and soulful’. It would be true to say this is an accurate description of this, his newest work.
Featuring collaborations with the likes of Sharon Musgrave (lead vocalist on the classic Bassomatic track ‘Fascinating Rhythm’) on ‘Fantasy’, Juanita Grande on the Parisian dubby tune ‘Far Away’, and fellow chillout DJ and producer Chris Coco on the bluegrass tech house ‘National Dobro’, all in all this is a perfect eclectic album by Afterlife.
Electrosensitive is an album that you would be as happy to play at home to ease you into your day, or play in the intimacy of an exclusive hilltop villa as the accompaniment to that perfect poolside moment.