Now at his second Stil vor Talent effort, Sam Shure rolls out five exotism-infused tracks in his signature style, including one collaboration and one remix in cahoots with label veterans Niko Schwind and Oliver Koletzki.
Named after an exotic South American bird, Nandoo kicks off with a subtle bassline and gradually blossoms into a string-heavy breezy cut, as playful as it is dynamic.
Label chief Oliver Koletzki amps up the exotic appeal, adding tribal vocals and eccentric yet organic-sounding elements, leading up to a tension-filled, dance-frenzy inducing break.
With its slightly more sober musical range, Theben acts as a grounding agent, offering the perfect foundation for exploring. Piano loops, synth leads and oriental vocal elongations all make an appearance and amalgamate in an eclectic and lively piece.
Simsim serves up an evenly warm and airy atmosphere, with the artist smoothly intertwining layers of strings with engaging synth leads.