Hiatus – Arrival

The best word to describe this track is Cinematic. It starts with a muted heart beat and a spoken word acting as a host of sorts. It talks about this journey of being human. Then a soft piano and heartfelt string/pad starts to fill out the picture. It keeps evolving in both the spoken word and the instrumentation and at the two minute mark the beat kicks in as if marking the next phase of our journey. Beautifully crafted and expertly executed. A pleasant surprise that elevates the genre to something deeper.

Wilson Knickit -Sunshine (Ft Sir Funk)

Deep house number with an old school vibe from Wilson Knickit. The bassline has a strong hook and layered with the vocals of “Everybody’s fine when we got sunshine” seals the deal. I can only imagine how strong this plays out on proper sound system – it’s built to rattle the dance floor. Wilson Knickit is a producer/dj from UK.

THAT KIND – Lights Go Down

Seductive beat and groove gets this track going. Track is about an association we all have with music and how a specific track can trigger a pleasurable memory on the dance floor. Production on the track is built for a big room dance floor with it’s heavy bass and clear mix with the vocals up front. That Kind is a duo (Jack & Taylor) hailing from the UK.