- Release Date 2014-11-10
- Label Black Hole Recordings
- Catalog BH6520
Senadee's speedy rank progression has, over the last 12 months, turned into an accelerated blur, with the songwriter's talents sought by a range of tier-one electronic musicians - BT, Oakenfold, and Chicane among them. He is also a man with a string of professional film and TV credits to his name, having composed music for everyone from ultra-cult productions houses like Rankin Film to major corporations like Panasonic, Sky TV and numerous other networks around the globe.
The first release-fruit to fall from his forthcoming album's tree is 'Robot Love', a track that brings his all-tribes 'Breakfast Club' of musical influences dazzlingly to the fore. Tonal threads - ones as ostensibly diverse as rock, indie and alt-rock, through hip-hop house and trance are drawn together and super-compressed into one intensely catchy piece of airtime-beckoning music.
Spells in Tehran, Paris, London and New York have played their parts, small and large in the formulation of Senadee's musical genetic. Through it he's ended up with a singular style - one that nimbly slaloms around electronic music's established classifications.
His Original Mix sews together club-ready beats, hooky 8-bit/chip-tone riffs, Moog-ish sub-riffs and the Iranian-born/UK-based singer's vocals, which brilliantly, exotically mix raw, laid-bare emotion with redline pushing uplift.
Mix-side, Sweden's Zoo Brazil jump 'Robot Love' onto the house tracks, with a low-slung, slow-burning interpretation. Homing in on the emotional core of the track, John Andersson dubs, echoes and shuttles Senadee's chorus about the speakers, giving it a deeper quality and more haunting appeal.
'Robot' then affects a quick traverse to more laser-lit floors. Amplifying its peak-time credentials, by respective degrees Discover Records gurus Peter Hulsman and Lostly bring it melodic and full-soar trance elevation.
'Robot Love' sets a big precedent for an album of music that promises to be as provocatively imaginative as it is hyper-creative.