Mythematica – Ambivala

Its been a little while since I have heard anything from Prague based producer Mythematica (Daniel Spacek). So you can only imagine my excitement when I discovered this beauty whilst scanning through soundcloud the other day!! If you have never heard of Mythematica I recommend you to check out his album “Mythematica“. It showcases his obvious talent in music creation and song writing. This tune here – Ambivala – is another example of his fine work, starting with a glistening harmony of bells and synths drifting dreamily into an echoey electro beat underlined by a funky bass riff. The ride simmers down for a moment of self-reflection before lifting up once more with the introduction of a woman’s vocals. The song ends by winding itself down, tucking itself into bed and slowly fading down the lights.

Great stuff and hopefully there will be more of where this came from!

Adam

Mythematica - Ambivala

Yavo – Earth Song

An inspiring landscape of noises and atmospherics created here by the ever talented Yavo. We discovered this producers a little while back and he continues to produce some beautiful pieces of music. There is no sign of desperation for the audience’s attention with his compositions… they merely exist and capture your imagination. They draw you into another world and leave you captivated at the subtlety of it all. Definitely one to keep an eye on. For more of Yavo’s stuff please visit his soundcloud page here.

Adam

Earth Song

Fearful & Keosz – Scars (featuring BlackLouis)

Listen to this! Just stop everything else you are doing, close your eyes and listen. And then listen again. Slovakian producer Keosz has been blowing us away for a while now with his dark take on atmospheric, bassy electronica, but he’s just gone and raised the bar.

The product of a collaboration with a duo from Brighton known as Fearful and featuring BlackLouis on the mic, Scars is easily one of the hardest hitting examples of bass music that I have heard this year. Everything about this track screams power and style, starting with the solitary kick drum drowned in ambient screeching, dropping with a surge of menacing bass and then exploding with the finest set of hats you could wish to hear (ok, ok, humour me, I like hats…). BlackLouis’ flow is flawless from beginning to end and  the sound is nothing short of phenomenal.

This is truly the real deal. It’s out now on Citrus Recordings as part of the Scars EP. You can buy it on Beatport.

If you hasn’t heard of Keosz before, remember the name.

James

EP cover for the Scars ep