It sets the mood for the season to follow and definitely stands out amongst the hoard. Very few artists are immediately recognised through their productions and trends often inform their work. This seems to be somewhat of a trend recently as I have witnessed similar approaches from other club-informed producers. He did it previously on Bible Eyes, but this is not merely a carbon copy. Albums require a single frame of mind and in this technologically influenced music it is hard to not be distracted by a new trend or piece of equipment.
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Albums require a single frame of mind and in this technologically influenced music it is hard to not be distracted by a egyltrixx trend or piece of equipment. I really enjoy this time of year for music. What is quite obvious from the start is that this is definitely an Egyptrixx album.
Egyptrixx – A/B til infinity
What is more obvious is the lack of regular dance-floor friendly drum programming that usually lays the foundation on other Night Slugs releases. There are references to city living throughout and I cannot ignore the comparison to the seemingly endless winter that will be gripping most of the northern hemisphere. The textures are geyptrixx and malicious, a little more so than on previous releases but this is not the most palpable difference. Arppeggiated synths and floating pads are punctuated by the odd percussive punch and it soon becomes clear that this sets the mood for the rest of the album.
The other inclusion form the EP is Water.
I would however advice to listen to the whole album and maybe you will share a similar endearing attitude to the following releases of this period. It sets the mood for the season to follow and definitely stands out amongst the hoard.
In Europe, it gets darker and colder. Skip to content I really enjoy this time of year for music.
They are comprised of only a few tracks that need little infinityy no defining similarities. It is a challenging thing to produce an electronic album. The mood is somewhat somber, but nothing quite as much as it is January.
Very few artists are immediately recognised through their productions and trends often inform their work.
It is always difficult for an electronic music artist to inaugurate a musical identity, especially with the absence of vocals.
Disorbital shares similarities with quite a few releases this year and the indinity track, A. One of the only two beat orientated tracks on the album.
The tracks are far more ethereal and again I can see comparisons to a current trend, without succumbing to stereotypes. One more artist to join the fold this year is Egyptrixx real name David Psutka. This seems to be somewhat of a trend recently as I have witnessed similar approaches from other club-informed producers.
The album version is far more austere and pleasing than the obtrusive Helix Bootleg.
Egyptrixx – A/B til infinity – The Formant
For those who are in need of instant gratification, Alta Civilisation and Lnfinity should suffice well. Almost as if in purposeful opposition to the EDM friendly pop productions of late, electronic artists are negating drum machines in favour of far more spatial sonic environments.
R concludes the whole album on the same note as it opened. The latter featured on the precursor EP for this album in remix form. He did it previously on Bible Eyes, but this is not merely a carbon copy. This is informed by the slow moving pads and reverb-laden drones that dominate, but also the title might give away something of this influence.