- Release Date 2015-05-18
- Label Seclusiasis
- Catalog SECLUS032
Hyperbolic Space Crochet is packed full of her signature melodic and bassy vibes yet we certainly hear a further evolution of sound from the Colorado based producer, DJ and singer. Theres a great loose jazzyness that permeates the album and one the subtle elements that ties it all together. The opening track "Climbing Jacob's Ladder" is reminiscent of purple grime sounds and grabs the listener, demanding attention right out the gate. The LPs many highlights include "Dreamtime" with its lush drifting and emotional ride, "Finding Beauty in Frustration" which is driven by funky percussion and punctuated by sultry vocals. The title cut has uplifting raving stabs and a beat that you can't help but nod your head to. The album comes to a close with "20/20" a moody offering that drips with heartache and serves as the most vocal oriented song on the album.
We launched an early taste from the LP, with the thick like syrup 'Ice Blue,' which premiered on Vice's THUMP blog. They had this to say - "ill-Esha's latest release, on Seclusiasis, finds her foraying into future bass-influenced territory. Her track "Ice Blue" is a feelsy affair, the kind of which will keep you warm and cozy..."
Look out for two forthcoming videos by SaucemonsterAV from the album as well as a number of other sick multi media elements planned around this release!
Starkey & Dev79's Seclusiasis label has been presenting a unique view of bleeding edge urban electronic sounds for years. Among the acclaimed artists they've released are Kastle, Distal, King, BD1982, Aquadrop,Todd Edwards, DNAEBEATS, DJ Pound, and the Street Bass compilations.