- Release Date 2015-08-23
- Label Cinematic Recordings
- Catalog CINMV12008
Traversing genres boundaries in style, this EP pulls together a mix of established tech house talent, new school techno greats and fast rising young guns making a big mark.
Up first is label boss Soy, who has nurtured his Cinematic label into an ever reliable outlet for quality techno sounds. His sublimely slow burning Spektral is an exercise in deep techno restraint. Rather than relying on any presets the track feels built from the ground up, and as a result oozes a very real soul.
John Tejada, the San Fran tech house king pin and Kompakt regular that is he, then teams up with long time sonic sparring partner Justin Maxwell for another
of their special collaborations. The stunning result is an uplifting, spiritual bit of energetic tech with crisp drums and perc and oodles of feeling in the pads that
just keeps on flowing for the duration.
Its then French producer City 2 City, who has appeared on this label before as well as on Chez Damiers Balance. His sublimely crafted Floating exactly feels like that thanks to the hovering beauty of his pads, the gentle chatter of his
distant percussion and the rubbery kineticism imbued within his drums. Its a deeply emotive, richly airy track that will make for some truly memorable moments on the dancefloor.
Finally, long time techno devotee Aubrey contributes Bubble Funk. Like the music with which he has made his name since the early nineties, this is a carefully crafted and hugely accomplished track that is riddled with pleasingly synthetic pads, hooky arpeggiated synths and lots of fine sonic details that really elevate it way above your standard club track.
With this EP, Cinematic has called upon a diverse array of talents and each to their own has come up with a compelling track that really means something.
P&C Cinematic Recordings 2015