Spring 2015 saw us introduced to the gorgeous sounds of Luna Semara. Her ‘Pink Room’ Ep was a highlight for Herzblut and a perfect production debut for the French artist. Both tracks garnered impressive support, with John Digweed including ‘Arp Choir’ on his ’South Beach’ Bedrock compilation.
Almost a year to the day Luna makes a return to the label with her second release and another impressive slice of electronic emotion. Mustafa opens the release in pure pleasurable fashion. Its steady bubbling synth line builds with waves of synth chords flowing back and forth. Delicate peaks and troughs make for a wonderful ride on this opening number.
Continuing the blissful journey is title track Enuma. A powerful, climbing synth line leads as warm pads and bongo’s pave the way beneath. A strong kick drum then builds momentum as the synth begins to growl. Whilst the intensity increases, the beauty is never lost and we’re brought back down with a tender touch.
Another impressive release from Luna Semara and one that leaves us excitedly anticipating the next.